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Charges Reduced from Super OVIs

Updated: November 18, 2019
Nicholas Gounaris
By Nicholas Gounaris

Nick Gounaris attended Miami University and received a Bachelor of Arts degree and then went on to attend
University of Dayton School of Law where he received his Juris Doctorate. In 2011, Mr. Gounaris was awarded a 10.0 “Superb” rating by Avvo, which is an attorney rating website recognized around the nation. He provides clients of the firm with competent legal representation and focuses his law practice in the areas of DUI DefenseCriminal Defense, Family Law Issues, Federal Criminal Law and Personal Injury cases.

At Gounaris Abboud, we are dedicated to reducing our client’s charges whenever it is possible to do so and getting them a satisfactory sentence. Recently, a client came to us with many criminal and traffic charges that she needed to defend in the Xenia Municipal Court and Fairborn Municipal Court. In both cases, she was charged with serious OVI violations. In one case, the woman had a Super OVI, which could have carried sentences such as months in jail and high fines.

Also, the woman had a refusal of a breath test charge with a prior OVI conviction in 20 years. This charge can result in a mandatory minimum of 20 days of jail and up to six months of incarceration. Thankfully, the attorneys at Gounaris Abboud were able to negotiate with the courts in both cases and keep the client out of jail completely. While she still had to serve some penalties for her offenses, she was extremely pleased that she was not forced to spend time in jail for her wrongdoings.

If you have been arrested for an OVI in the state of Ohio, then you will want a dedicated and hardworking attorney on your side as well. You can hire a lawyer at our firm to assist you in your OVI case and work to achieve a reduced sentence or full dismissal on your behalf. The attorneys at this firm have over 20 years of combined courtroom experience which they will use on your behalf. The firm serves clients all throughout the state of Ohio in multiple courthouses, and they will tackle almost any crime whether a misdemeanor or a felony. The attorneys can also handle federal or juvenile court proceedings. Don’t hesitate to hire a Dayton criminal defense attorney to tackle your case today!

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