You were charged with an OVI, and now your Ohio license is being suspended. This is one of the worst things that could happen. You rely on your car to get to and from work and to run errands. It’s impossible to go about your daily life without it. What are you going to do?
You do have options at this time. Here’s how to challenge your Ohio license suspension after you have been charged with an OVI.
Appealing Your Suspension
Under Ohio law, you can appeal your suspension as early as your initial appearance on the charge or within 30 days of the initial appearance. Your appeal may be successful if the police did not arrest you for the right reasons or if there were any other errors with how they acted. Additionally, if the police didn’t file the paperwork properly, then your suspension may not hold up.
Requesting Certain Driving Privileges
You may be able to ask the court for restricted driving privileges so that you can go to work or school or engage in other required day-to-day activities. For instance, if you have to take your child to school and you only have one car and no other option, you might be able to get permission to do this.
Working With an Attorney
An attorney could help you make a request for your license to be reinstated and legally get you back on the road as soon as possible. All you need to do is reach out for assistance.
Contact Ferguson Legal Group, LTD
Have you been charged with an OVI? Then contact Ferguson Legal Group, LTD, where you’ll find the right person for the job among our team of experienced and skilled attorneys. Receive your free consultation today by calling 937-502-1040 or contacting us online.