Being arrested for Operating a Vehicle under the Influence (OVI) is a life changing event. The moment the police officer charges you with the crime of OVI your life can be turned upside down. Kane Law Offices can help you protect build a strong defense and obtain a positive outcome to your case.
Upon being arrested, you are immediately placed in a situation you may have never been in before, such as:
- You are taken to the police station in handcuffs,
- Your license is immediately suspended,
- Your car may be towed and impounded,
- You have mandatory court appearances,
- You are facing large fines, court costs, and various fees,
- You have to hire an attorney,
- You are charged with a crime that has mandatory jail time,
- You may remain in jail until your bond is posted,
- You may be required to have restrictive license plates,
- You may be required to undergo alcohol/drug treatment,
- Your vehicle may be ordered to be immobilized or forfeited to the state,
- An OVI is not expungable and permanently remains on your record,
- An OVI adds six points to your driving record,
- If you have prior OVI convictions, you are facing much more severe penalties.
To get started on your case, call us at (937) 887-4700 today.
Attorney Travis Kane has handled hundreds of OVI cases and he understands the drastic effects an OVI has on your life. As his client, he will fight to get your driving privileges reinstated, he will defend you in court as a defendant, and he will do whatever he can to keep you from going to jail.
Your case will be handled in the most competent and efficient manner. Attorney Travis Kane will do what it takes to reduce the possibility of these negative and life-altering consequences and ensure that your OVI case goes as smoothly as possible.
Drug Trafficking/Engaging in a Pattern of Corrupt ActivityOur client was charged with 15 counts of Drug Possession, Drug Trafficking, and Engaging in a Pattern of Corrupt Activity, which alleged she was working as part of a large organization selling drugs. These charges carry severe penalties and our client admitted to the police she was a large drug trafficker. After filing several motions and fighting the case, we were able to get our client out of jail and on probation after getting the serious charges dismissed. Instead of many years in prison, we helped her serve a few weeks in the local jail and then put on probation.
Domestic ViolenceOur client was going through a divorce and was charged with Domestic Violence against her husband. She had no prior criminal record and was concerned about this charge affecting her employment. After a few court appearances, we were able to get her charges completely dismissed. We then went back to court and got the charges sealed and expunged so her record remained entirely clean.
Domestic ViolenceOur client was charged with Domestic Violence after an incident with his stepson. After several court appearances and a lot of negotiating, his case was settled with a guilty plea to a charge of Disorderly Conduct. Because our client had security clearance at his employment, resolving the case in this fashion did not affect his employment and he is now eligible to get that charged expunged.
Theft/Passing Bad Check/Criminal ToolsClient was an employee at Ohio State and charged with theft-related offenses. This was significant because a conviction would result in termination at her employment. We worked out a plea bargain that avoided a theft offense on her record and she did no jail time. This preserved her employment and set her up for expungement in the future to keep her criminal record clean.
Open Container/Disorderly Conduct/ Possession MarijuanaAfter leaving a party, our client was arrested for having some marijuana on him and an open beer. Due to our client’s autistic condition, he was extremely nervous going to court and had severe anxiety. We were able to calm his nerves and he ended up getting a $50 fine only on the reduced charge.
Drug Trafficking/Engaging in a Pattern of Corrupt Activity
Theft/Passing Bad Check/Criminal Tools
Open Container/Disorderly Conduct/ Possession Marijuana