Articles Tagged with DUI / OVI enforcemnt


The reporting of Bruce Springsteen’s DUI arrest shows that, even if a person is presumed innocent in court, they can still be convicted in the press.  In addition, Jeep’s publicized decision to pull The Boss’s Super Bowl commercial was an over-reaction.  The media coverage and cancel culture are not the only problems.  The evidence made public so far brings into question the propriety of Springsteen’s prosecution.


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Hangover-man-after-party-300x210The 2020 holiday season may see a decrease in partying, but there will still be a seasonal increase in enforcement of DUI (called ‘OVI’ in Ohio). The Ohio State Highway Patrol plans an increased presence in December, and the federal government has proclaimed December of 2020 to be ‘National Impaired Driving Prevention Month’. You may be avoiding holiday parties and other large gatherings this season, but if you are on the road at night, officers will be watching closely to see if you should be stopped. There are ways to avoid being stopped, charged with, and convicted of OVI in Ohio.

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