The legal limit for OVI in Ohio depends on the substance of which you are accused of being under the influence. Alcohol has a different legal limit if you are 21 (or older) or under 21.
Exceeding the legal limit for OVI in Ohio will certainly result in a charge of OVI. Many people are not aware that you can also be charged for OVI in situations when you are under the legal limit. In those circumstances, the prosecution must prove that you were impaired while operating a motor vehicle. They often attempt to do this through officer testimony, video, and audio evidence.
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