Category: Court Procedure


How an experienced DUI Attorney can make a difference.

Written by admin on June 29, 2012 in Court Procedure, Driving Privileges, DUI Defenses, DUI Law, DUI Penalties

As former prosecutors we can tell you that an experienced DUI defense attorney can make a significant impact on the outcome of your case.  Many people either mistakenly believe that there is nothing that can be done and that they might just as well plea no contest, and other people mistakenly believe that all attorneys …Read More »

What Happens At The Motion To Suppress

Written by admin on March 30, 2012 in Court Procedure

A motion to suppress evidence will first have to be filed by your Akron DUI or OVI Lawyer.  If you case does not resolve itself then the case will likely be set for a hearing on the motion. The hearing is typically 60+ days after being charged with a DUI or OVI in the Cincinnati area.  …Read More »

DUI/OVI

Written by admin on March 1, 2012 in Court Procedure

Charged with a felony DUI or OVI in the Akron area?  You need an experienced lawyer that can explain the process and advocate for you each step of the way. We will file a request for the evidence the prosecutor intends to use against you at trial.  We will also file a request for the preservation …Read More »

Should You Testify?

Written by admin on January 12, 2012 in Court Procedure, Uncategorized

You have the choice to testify as a defendant in a criminal case.  However, most lawyers will advise against this.  Reason being, you are subject to cross examination by the prosecutor who is not confined to the scope of direct examination. This can be detrimental to your case.  The prosecutor will ask leading questions that …Read More »

Risks And Benefits Of Discovery Process

Written by admin on December 27, 2011 in Court Procedure, Uncategorized

You have a right to see the evidence in your case.  This is called the discovery process in a criminal case. A request for discovery will ask for records and information specific to your DUI case whether it is a breath test, blood test, urine test, or refusal.  It will also include the following basic …Read More »