Proven OVI Defense Attorney in Navarre, Ohio

Limited Clients. Proven Results.

By limiting the number of clients we represent, our OVI Defense Law Firm has been able to focus on results.  OVI Attorney Robert Stiefvater has been successfully representing individuals since 2003.  If you were charged with OVI in Navarre, Ohio, call Stiefvater Law, LLC to find out if we are accepting new clients and to discuss your defense.  Our OVI Defense Attorneys will explain every step of the process.  Put our experience to work for you in Navarre, OH.

The Navarre OVI Lawyers at Stiefvater Law, LLC owe their ongoing courtroom success to the following:

Being courtroom prepared by staying current with changes in OVI laws;

Limiting the number of clients we represent; and

Striving to achieve each client's goals.

Contact Stiefvater Law, LLC and discuss your case with an OVI Lawyer experienced in the court that is going to hear your case. An OVI charge in Navarre or anywhere in Ohio is serious. You have questions. We have the answers. Our OVI consultation includes discussing the facts of your case and providing an honest assessment of your legal exposure. We pledge that we will not hard sell our services. The Navarre OVI Defense Lawyers at Stiefvater Law, LLC want everyone who faces an OVI to be confident and comfortable with their legal representation - even if they do not hire our Navarre OVI Law Firm. We limit the number of OVI clients we represent because our OVI Defense Attorneys should be just as confident and comfortable with our clients as our clients are of us.

OVI Penalties in Navarre, Ohio

OVI in Navarre, Ohio has serious consequences. At a minimum, OVI is the most serious misdemeanor charge you can have in Ohio (first degree misdemeanor). Depending on your specific circumstance, OVI can even be a felony.

Every conviction for OVI has mandatory jail time and license suspension.

Contact an OVI Defense Attorney in  Navarre today to discuss the facts of your case and to build your defense.

Administrative License Suspension

Even before you are convicted of OVI, you are penalized. If you have been charged with OVI in Navarre then you most likely have or will be put under an Administrative License Suspension, or ALS. An appeal of this suspension must be filed within 30 days of the arrest or you may lose the opportunity to challenge the ALS.  Even if you beat your OVI this suspension will remain if you have not appealed it. The length of your pretrial Administrative License Suspension varies.  For example, an Administrative License Suspension is as follows for a:

Failed Chemical Test with Two Priors in 10 years

Mandatory two year license suspension. No driving privileges for first 180 days.

Refused Chemical Test with Two Priors in 10 Years

Mandatory three year license suspension. No driving privileges for first year.

Effective Navarre OVI lawyer

Whether you are defending your first OVI or if this is not your first offense, you deserve a strong and effective defense. Like so many others before, trust the Navarre OVI Attorneys at Stiefvater Law to protect your rights, your license, and to keep you out of jail.

While challenging your OVI charge in Navarre, Ohio, we will:

1. Protect your Rights throughout the process;

2. Review all of the evidence in order to build your best defense; and

3. Explain the process so you understand what is happening.

Result Driven Navarre OVI Lawyer

Our Navarre OVI Defense Lawyers will work tirelessly to defend you. Stiefvater Law is a result driven firm. Many clients come to us feeling that there is no way to beat their Navarre OVI. Even when the evidence points to guilt, there are several avenues to challenge that evidence. Keeping that evidence out of trial often results in a finding of not guilty or a pre-trial offer to a reduced charge. Put our experience to work for you in Navarre, Ohio.

OVI Penalties

Call Navarre OVI Attorney Robert Stiefvater to determine what penalties you are facing.  OVI can be a felony or a misdemeanor.  Several factors will determine the degree of the charge as well as the penalties you are facing if you are convicted.  Conviction of a first lifetime OVI can result in a jail sentence of up to six months!  There are also mandatory minimum jail sentences with every OVI conviction.

The State of Ohio, through it's lawmakers, has decided to be strict with the penalties for OVI.  In fact, Ohio has some of the most strict OVI penalties in the country.  If you are convicted of a Navarre OVI, then you can be subject to the following range of penalties:

Second OVI in 10 Years

If you are convicted of your second OVI in 10 years then you face these penalties:

Mandatory minimum 10 day jail sentence up to six (6) months;

Mandatory fine of $525 up to $1,625;

Mandatory license suspension of one (1) to seven (7) years;

Mandatory Alcohol and or drug assessment and recommended treatment;

Possible yellow license plate (DUI plate or “party plates”) and interlock device; and

Mandatory 90 day vehicle immobilization.

Second OVI in 10 Years and a High Test or Refusal

If you are convicted of your second OVI in 10 years and have a high test result or refusal of test then you are facing the following penalties:

Mandatory minimum 20 day jail sentence up to six (6) months;

Mandatory fine of $525 up to $1,625;

Mandatory license suspension of one (1) to seven (7) years;

Mandatory Alcohol and or drug assessment and recommended treatment;

Mandatory yellow license plate (DUI plate or “party plates”) and interlock device; and

Mandatory 90 day vehicle immobilization.

Contact the OVI Defense Attorneys at Stiefvater Law to find out if we are currently accepting new clients.  We are the OVI Defense Lawyers in Navarre, Ohio, 44662.

Below is part of the State of Ohio’s OVI law. This is found in the Ohio Revised Code, Section 4511.19:

OVI (with a prior)

(2) No person who, within twenty years of the conduct described in division (A)(2)(a) of this section, previously has been convicted of or pleaded guilty to a violation of this division, a violation of division (A)(1) or (B) of this section, or any other equivalent offense shall do both of the following:

(a) Operate any vehicle, streetcar, or trackless trolley within this state while under the influence of alcohol, a drug of abuse, or a combination of them;

(b) Subsequent to being arrested for operating the vehicle, streetcar, or trackless trolley as described in division (A)(2)(a) of this section, being asked by a law enforcement officer to submit to a chemical test or tests under section 4511.191 of the Revised Code, and being advised by the officer in accordance with section 4511.192 of the Revised Code of the consequences of the person's refusal or submission to the test or tests, refuse to submit to the test or tests.

Cities in Stark County: Wilmot, Waynesburg, Tuscarawas, Washington, Uniontown

Zip Codes in Navarre, Ohio: 44662