Out-of-State DUI Arrests in Dayton

Arrested for a DUI charge in another state? Call Our Dayton DUI Attorney

The laws of the state of Ohio treat out-of-state residents equally harsh when they have been arrested in Dayton. If this is your situation, you will be required to address the charge even though you may live far away or across the country.

Court appearances are difficult and you may wonder how to proceed and address the situation. Most states belong to the "Driver License Compact" which is an interstate compact that allows states to exchange information concerning license suspension and traffic violations of non-residents with the state where they are licensed.

Call (937) 660-8429 for a free assessment of your case.

What to Do if You Live in Another State

If you have been arrested on a DUI charge in Dayton but live in another state, penalties will be imposed upon you that the laws of Ohio allow. Additionally the National Driver Register (NDR) is a computerized database of drivers who have had their licenses revoked or suspended or have had serious violations such as DUI/OVI convictions.

If a driver has been reported to the NDR, your license in your home state may be revoked or suspended. A lawyer can appear for you in court in most cases and make efforts to resolve the situation with the least amount of trouble for out of state residents.

Seek assistance from our OVI and DUI lawyer in Dayton, OH. Gounaris Abboud, LPA is experienced with both the Driver License Compact and the NDR. We can navigate the interstate complexities to fight to get you the best result possible.

Legal Guidance for Out of State Residents

An out of state resident can be arrested and charged with a DUI in Dayton, affecting their driver's license in their home state. You may not have your license immediately confiscated, but you can be assessed points and charged according to the laws of Ohio. This type of DUI/OVI case is complicated by fact that you live elsewhere and are facing charges in the Dayton area. You can expect that the state of Ohio will take measures against you, as will the BMV.

In order to protect your rights and ensure that correct procedures are followed in your case, the legal services of our out-of-state DUI attorney should be retained. An experienced and knowledgeable lawyer from our firm can guide you through the difficult process of getting your case properly prepared and presented to the court and the BMV.

Act now by calling our firm!