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Don’t Wait To Get A DUI/OVI Defense Lawyer

If you face drunk or drugged driving allegations, it’s critical to get help from an experienced trial lawyer as soon as possible. Ohio law imposes harsh penalties for these offenses. A conviction could lead to severe fines, suspension or revocation of your driver’s license, community control sanctions and possible jail time.

At Kelley & Ferraro, LLP, we know how to defend your rights. Here, you will benefit from the insight and experience of a former prosecutor with more than 13 years of experience. Our defense attorney has handled more than 100 trials and thousands of cases. He knows the keys to success in OVI/DUI cases.

Possible Defenses To A Drunk Or Drugged Driving Charge

Depending on your situation, you might have one or more strong defenses to the criminal charges. Here are some common ones:

  • Often in these cases, an accusation may not be accurate or the police officers did not properly do their job.
  • Law enforcement officers must have sufficient legal grounds before they can stop someone on the road. If they didn’t, you may be able to get the charges dismissed.
  • Breath samples could be administered inaccurately by police officers or the breathalyzer may not have been properly calibrated before use.
  • Similarly, a blood sample could be tampered or processed incorrectly.

Our legal team can assess the evidence and circumstances of your case to uncover all possible grounds for fighting the charges.

Learn About Your Options During A Free Consultation

Let’s talk about your case and how we can fight for you. Call our criminal law attorney in Cleveland, Ohio, directly at 216-867-6523. You can also reach us online.

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