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Charles Rowland’s Legal Guides

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  • Forced Blood Draw In Ohio (What Happens After Missouri v. McNeeley?)

    What is the status of Ohio’s forced blood draw law [R.C. 4511.191] following the decision in Missouri v. McNeeley, 2013 U.S. LEXIS 3160 (2013). Introduction In Missouri v, McNeely, the United States S

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  • Driving Under The Influence of ADD/ADHA

    Are you impaired, or is the officer misinterpreting the symptoms of ADD/ADHD when administering the standardized field sobriety tests?

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  • The DUI Court Process

    Sometimes the scariest part of a DUI arrest is not knowing what comes next. In this video Dayton DUI attorney Charles M. Rowland walks you through the court process from arriagnment to disposition.

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  • What To Expect When You Go To Court

    Sometimes the scariest part of a DUI case is not know what comes next.

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  • Dayton Ohio DUI Checkpoint Announced for November 19, 2010

    The Dayton Police Department and the Combined Agency DUI TASK FORCE of Montgomery County will operate a sobriety checkpoint tonight on N. Gettysburg Ave. Dayton, Ohio Major John M. DiPietro, spokesman for The Combined Agency DUI TASK FORCE of Montgomery County, announce...

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  • You Cannot Challenge the Machine in Ohio (State v. Vega)

    In this local news story, Dayton DUI attorney Charles M. Rowland II makes the case for allowing Ohio attorneys to challenge the breath testing machine in court. The obstacle that stands in the way is a 1984 decision, State v. Vega, that prevents such measures. Here, Rowland argues for fairness.

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  • Ohio Thanksgiving Holiday Enforcement Initiative Announced

    Ohio State Highway Patrolannounced statewide plans for a two-week enforcement initiative which will begin Veterans Day and run through Thanksgiving weekend in an effort to reduce fatal and injury crasheson area roads, while also arresting impaired drivers, apprehending wanted fel...

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  • Driving Under the Influence of Ecstasy

    Part I: Ecstasy “Ecstasy,” 3,4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) is popular among recreational drug users ages 17-25 who take the drug to experience heightened responsiveness to intimate touch, in

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  • Can You Be Stopped in Ohio for A Cracked Windshield? What about Window Tint?

    Part I: The Issue State v. Kendall, 2010-Ohio-227, 2009-CA-0010 (OHCA5). In this case, the State of Ohio appeals the August 12, 2009 Judgment Entry of the Morrow County Municipal Court granting defen

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  • INVALID SAMPLE” (Breathalyzer) WHAT IT IS AND WHAT IT IS NOT

    The Problem “I was standing by the machine. It beeped and the officer told me to blow. I blew and blew. The officer got really mad and told me that I was messing with the machine. He said I had t

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