If you have been criminally charged with driving under the influence (DUI), referred to as OVI in Ohio, it is very important to realize that you will be facing not one, but two separate court hearings. Following a DUI arrest, this will immediately trigger what is known as the Probationary License Suspension that stems from drunk driving. You will have 30 days of the mailing date that you received the notice to request a hearing with the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles.
This hearing, commonly referred to as the BMV hearing, differs from the criminal case in that it will not directly deal with the aspect of your guilt. Instead, it will determine the fate of your driving privileges. You do not personally need to be present at this hearing; it is perfectly legal to be represented by your defense attorney at this point in time. Protect yourself with our firm's top-rated Dayton DUI lawyer at your BMV hearing!
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For most individuals, having a valid license makes all the difference between living a successful life and struggling. It can even be the difference between maintaining a job and losing it. If you are currently facing a BMV hearing, it is highly encouraged that you get the legal assistance of an experienced Dayton DUI lawyer from Gounaris Abboud, LPA as soon as possible.
Why can you trust your case with our firm?
With years of experience, we stand ready to help you through both this and the criminal process – fighting tooth and nail to help you defend your best interest. Our firm is prepared to go the extra mile no matter how complex your case may seem.
If you would like to learn more about how we can help with your BMV hearings, please do not hesitate to contact a Dayton OVI/DUI lawyer from our legal team as soon as possible.