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The Heroin & Fentanyl Epidemic

When you read the news these days, it seems like there’s been a meteoric rise in the number of overdoses and deaths due to heroin and fentanyl. Sadly, the heroin and fentanyl epidemic is a very real problem that plays a huge part in the criminal justice system, especially regarding a drug-induced homicide charge.

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Dealing With a Narcissistic or Bipolar Ex/Opposing Party

A contested divorce – one in which the two spouses duke it out in court, figuratively speaking –can be stressful enough when both parties stick to the facts and present rational arguments, even if their arguments are one-sided.

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This is My First DWI. What Should I Expect?

While all drivers are aware of the dangers of operating a vehicle while impaired by alcohol or drugs, many still get caught driving under the influence. However, everyone makes mistakes. It is important to understand what you should expect if you have been charged with DUI/OVI in Ohio.

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Can You Get a DUI/DWI/OVI for Prescription Drugs?

Everyone is aware of the danger of driving under the influence of alcohol. However, some prescription drugs can impair your ability to drive safely, just like alcohol.

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OVI Charges in Ohio: All the Basics You Need to Know

Here's something not many people know: in Ohio, instead of DUI (driving under the influence), they use the term operating a vehicle under the influence or OVI. Generally, you will be charged with OVI if you have a BAC (blood alcohol content) of 0.08 percent or higher.

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Are Field Sobriety Tests Fair for Drivers Suspected of OVI/DUI?

The state of Ohio focuses on safe driving, which includes keeping the roads free of drivers who may be under the influence of alcohol. Someone stopped on suspicion of OVI/DUI could face three field sobriety tests, but based on the driver's physical or mental state, are these tests fair?

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Dealing with License Suspension After an Arrest for OVI/DUI

Driving a vehicle is second nature to most people. You may use your car to get to classes or your job, to run errands or take your family members to school, appointments and various activities.

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OVI, A First-Time Offender and The Impact of Annie's Law

Annie’s Law, or Ohio House Bill 388, became effective on April 6, 2017, and strengthened the penalties for drunk driving in our state.

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Alcohol, How It Affects Your Body and A Possible DUI

As a college student, you enjoy parties and other campus functions with your friends. You may feel that driving is no problem after you have a couple of beers, and the younger you are, the stronger this belief.

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How to Deal with Social Media Before and After a Divorce

There are many considerations to make before proceeding with divorce. For example, you and your spouse will have to get your financial records in order and make plans for where one of you will live for the time being.

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