Traffic violation and OVI/DUI defense

A familiar scenario. You get a speeding ticket in Ohio, but were driving less than 20 miles per hour over the speed limit. At that speed, you can waive a court appearance and plead guilty just by signing the back of the ticket and paying your fine.

That procedure may save you time in the short run, but before you sign the back of that ticket and plead guilty, we recommend calling an experienced traffic ticket attorney. Without your realizing it, multiple traffic ticket convictions can add up to lots of points on your driving record, and you eventually may face the risk of an administrative drivers license suspension, or a possible increase in your insurance premiums.

Our attorneys can look at your traffic charge and explore whether you have any less severe options. Put your mind at ease by contacting the traffic violations defense attorneys at the law firm of Hunt Legal Group.

Arrested and charged with DUI?

DUI defense lawyer from the law firm of Hunt Legal Group will meet with you to discuss your situation and your best interests. Given the seriousness of DUI, DWI, and OVI charges, it is important for you to fully consider the potential for a swift and effective defense.

If you had a breathalyzer test administered to you by the arresting officer, there are important questions that our DUI defense attorneys want answered. The sensitivity of the breathalyzer testing equipment means that if your test was improperly administered, your results may be questionable. Defendants who challenge breath tests on this issue may have their charges dropped if there is sufficient reason to believe that your blood alcohol level was not accurately measured. Anyone who is facing DUI, DWI, or OVI charges who had a blood test or urine test administered, should contact Hunt Legal Group for their own Westlake, Ohio, DUI defense lawyer.

If you have been arrested for drunk driving or driving under the influence, you were probably charged with other crimes under DUI law, such as BAC (excessive blood alcohol content). Juveniles will often face charges like MIP (minor in possession) and a conviction on these charges will have dire consequences in the future. The complexity of the challenges facing defendants of DUI charges are navigable if you get in touch with DUI defense attorneys from the law firm of Hunt Legal Group.