Administrative License Suspension
Administrative License Suspension.
June 13, 2013 | Administrative License Suspension, Court Procedure
When you are pulled over in Columbus, Ohio for an OVI, you will most likely lose your license. The Officer will most likely give you an administrative license suspension or ALS. This will be a 90 day suspension of your Ohio driver’s license, for a first offense, if you test over the limit. If you… read more
Columbus, Ohio Driving Privileges. Part II.
April 29, 2013 | Administrative License Suspension, Court Procedure, Driving Privileges
The law in a Columbus, Ohio DUI / OVI case provides for limited driving privileges 15 -30 days post arrest on a first time OVI charge. Once eligible, you can get privileges for the following reasons: Occupational, Educational, Medical, and Vocational. Part 2 of this blog series is devoted to clients who ask about whether… read more
Facing A DUI And The Administrative License Suspension?
April 2, 2013 | Administrative License Suspension, Driving Privileges, OVI / DUI Law
If you are charged with DUI in Columbus, Ohio, you might also be suspended even before you go to court. This is an administrative license suspension or “ALS”. Before going to court is the best time to hire a lawyer. Your lawyer can examine your paperwork for errors and make the best objections possible in… read more
OVI Administrative License Suspension
March 30, 2012 | Administrative License Suspension
When you are pulled over for OVI you will most likely lose your license. The Officer will also most likely give you an administrative license suspension or ALS. This will be a 90 days suspension on a first offense if you test over the limit. If you refuse the test it is one year. You… read more
Waiver Of Reinstatement Fee On A DUI
April 22, 2011 | Administrative License Suspension, OVI / DUI Penalties
The Judge said that he waived your reinstatement fee when he terminated the administrative license suspension (ALS), but the BMV still says that you have to pay it, what happened? When you are convicted of a DUI first offense in six years and placed under a 6 month to 3 year suspension it will automatically… read more
What Is An Administrative License Suspension?
November 2, 2010 | Administrative License Suspension
When you are charged with OVI and you either refuse the breath test or you submit to the test and the result is over the .08 “per se” limit, the arresting officer will serve an Administration License Suspension (“ALS”) on you. If you refuse the test, the suspension will last for 1 year regardless of… read more