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DUI After Reds Baseball Game

DUI and OVI stops and arrests can occur at any time.  Police in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky are especially on the lookout following Cincinnati Reds and Bengal home games.  They are aware that many of the fans who attend the games drink beer and other alcohol while at the game and at the local bars after the game.  Since many people park their vehicles in Covington and Newport, those police agencies are also on the lookout for impaired drivers. DUI and OVI are essentially the same charge in the two states.  Kentucky driving under the influence is charged as a DUI while Ohio calls it OVI for operating a motor vehicle while impaired.  The standards are basically the same in that a person can be charged for driving while impaired by drugs and/or alcohol or driving with a blood alcohol concentration over .08. If you are stopped for DUI in Cincinnati or Northern Kentucky, know your rights.  If you refuse the breathalyzer, your license may be subject to immediate suspension.  If your breath alcohol is over .15 in Kentucky, you will likely be charged with an aggravating circumstance which, if convicted, will mandate a minimum of 4 days in jail. Of course the best advice is to take a cab or find a sober driver if you have been drinking.  If, however, you are charged with a DUI, contact an experienced criminal and DUI defense attorney.  For a consultation, contact Michael W. Bouldin at [email protected] or call 859-581-6453 , that is 859-581-MIKE.  Michael Bouldin is licensed to practice law and handles DUI cases in both Ohio and Kentucky.

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