The Hamilton County OVI Task Force will be conducting a DUI between 9 p.m. and 1 a.m. in the 2700 block of River Road in Sedamsville.
For more information about DUI's
According to an article on Foxnews.com, some jurisdictions are considering adding cameras to their stop signs. Thankfully Cincinnati voters, voted to ban traffic control cameras back in 2008. But, keep this in mind if you are traveling, especially in the Maryland/DC area.
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Nicholas Klingensmith is a former prosecutor, who has tried 100's of cases, argued numerous motions to suppress and has experience with just about every facet of a DUI/OVI Law. Visit his website KlingensmithLaw.com for more information about DUI Defense.
Nicholas Klingensmith, Attorney at Law
212 West 8th Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
80% of Law Enforcement Officials use Social Media to Investigate Crimes
A recent survey conducted by LexisNexis shows that 4 out of 5 law enforcement officials have used social media in some manner to help with investigations. This should not be a surprise to anyone, yet people seem to forget much of what they post is public and can be viewed by just about anyone, including law enforcement. In fact there is even a wikipedia page dedicated to the "Use of Social Networks in Investigations" filled with high profile examples of defendants and suspects handing investigators evidence on a silver platter. Numerous times as a prosecutor, I simply "Googled" or "Facebooked" a defendant's name and was treated to some favorable evidence, with very little effort on my part.
Limiting the viewing of wall posts or galleries to "friends of friends" on Facebook, may seem like a nice barrier protecting your private information,when in actuality there is a good chance, one of those "Friends of Friends" is a detective, police officer or prosecutor. Think about this, according to one study, the average facebook user can reach 31,170 Facebook users through "Friends of Friends." Chances are at least one of those "Friends of Friends" is working for law enforcement.
An OVI is the same as what people commonly refer to as a DUI, DWI or even Drunk Driving. They all refer to the same thing, operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs.
Ohio imposes serious criminal sanctions for operating a vehicle under the influence (OVI) or driving under the influence (DUI) conviction. Mandatory penalties can include incarceration, fines and a shattered reputation. If you are facing OVI/DUI charges, as well as other criminal charges, do not take the situation lightly. It is important to take these charges seriously.
As a former Asst. Prosecutor for the City of Cincinnati, Nick has prosecuted numerous OVI's. This includes Motions to Suppress, Trials and Plea Negotiations. Nick's background gives him the understanding and the experience to help you with your OVI.
Put this experience to work for you and contact Nicholas Klingensmith today at 513-258-2377.
Nicholas Klingensmith is a criminal defense attorney with Ernst & Assoc., LLC., with offices conveniently located in Downtown Cincinnati at 212 W. 8th St. Nick is a former Asst. Prosecutor. As a former Asst. Prosecutor for the City of Cincinnati, Nick Klingensmith has prosecuted hundreds of cases. This includes Motions to Suppress, Trials and Plea Negotiations. Nick's background gives him the understanding and the experience to help you with your criminal defense. Put this experience to work for you and contact Nick Klingensmith today at 513-258-2377.
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