Many states, including Ohio, do not specifically have habitual traffic offender (HTO) laws on the books. Instead, multiple offenses are handled with increasing levels of penalties, such as larger fines, longer jail time and the loss of driving privileges. You need to address these issues as soon as possible. Even one speeding ticket or DUI on your record can lead to more stringent penalties the next time you are pulled over.
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Franklin County Multiple Violation Attorney
If you need a Columbus attorney for repeat traffic offenses, contact Laura Helmbrecht as soon as possible. Offenses such as reckless driving, eluding police, driving left of center, vehicular assault and vehicular homicide can carry devastating penalties based on your driving history and the points assessed to your license. Let our firm help you fight these charges and attempt to get points removed from your license for previous traffic violations.
OVI/DUI Repeat Offenders
Ohio is aggressive in prosecuting individuals charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated. Repeat offenders, however, face even more devastating consequences. If you have a previous OVI or DUI offense on your record, you are still entitled to a vigorous defense. It is imperative that you contact an experienced lawyer as soon as possible to protect your rights and your driving privileges.
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If you have questions regarding repeat offenses, contact Laura Helmbrecht, Attorney at Law , by calling 614-370-7777 or by completing our online contact form . We offer initial consultations, and we accept all major credit cards for payment. Do not wait — call right now.