Defending Clients Against OVI

n attorney experienced in all areas of criminal defense can be extremely helpful to drivers facing OVI (operating a vehicle while impaired) charges. Depending on the circumstances involved in the case, there is the potential for jail time, serious fines and loss of driving privileges as well as other penalties that can impact every part of your life.

The Law Offices of Ravert J. Clark can be extremely helpful to drivers here in Cincinnati as well as the surrounding area. Featuring 30 years of criminal law experience with hundreds of cases going to court or appellate, Jay Clark understands how the courts and laws work, and he is recognized by legal colleagues and clients alike for his effective representation. He works with clients to get the facts and then conducts his own investigation, often uncovering details that the prosecution missed or ignored. With challenges to your legal ability to drive and so many other life-changing penalties involved, it is always advisable to work with an attorney who aggressively protects your rights. To learn how Jay Clark can help you, call 513-854-3810.

OVI/DUI Charges We Handle

We represent clients facing their first or subsequent drunk driving charges. The potential penalties include the following:

  • First offense: License suspension of six months to three years, fines up to $1,000 and three days to six months in jail
  • Second offense: License suspension of 1-5 years, fines up to $1,500 and 10 days to one year in jail
  • Third offense: License suspension of 1-10 years, fines up to $1,500 and 30 days to one year in jail
  • Fourth offense: License suspension of three years to permanent, fines up to $10,000 and 60 days to one year in jail

Positive Tests Do Not Mean Guilt

A positive test does not automatically translate into a guilty verdict. OVI/DUI defense lawyer Jay Clark has extensive experience working in the courts of Ohio and will explore every opportunity to get the charges dismissed or reduced.

The smart first step for the driver who has been charged with OVI/DUI (or underage OVI) is to contact us immediately so we can start building a strong case. Failure to request a driver's license suspension hearing means that your license is automatically revoked. We can help drivers with this process, but you must request a hearing within 30 days of the arrest.

Contact Us To Discuss Your OVI/DUI Case

Call our offices at 513-854-3810 or use the intake form of this website to request a free initial consultation.