Written by attorney George Michael Wolfe | May 27, 2014

How to Respond to Police if Stopped for OVI - DUI in Ohio

If you have made an unwise decision to drink and drive, follow these guidelines to minimize giving evidence against yourself in an OVI traffic stop.

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The Ohio BMV lists the consequences of OVI / DUI convictions, as well as those for refusing. Keep in mind that some Countries, including Canada, may deny you entry with a conviction.

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