Supreme Court Of Ohio Ruling On OVI Offenses

Attorney Adam Arnold was recently interviewed by the Associated Press concerning an Ohio Supreme Court case he argued in February 2016.

“The outcome of this case is unfortunate and has established a significant constitutional infringement on the rights of all Ohioans. The Court has now opened the door to OVI convictions based on the sole opinion of a police officer. That is by no means sufficient evidence for a conviction beyond a reasonable doubt and is an obvious violation of due process. We have all lost a little freedom today,” stated Attorney Arnold.

Read the article and the Court’s opinion below.

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