Facing an OVI charge can be quite an overwhelming ordeal, especially if it’s your first one. The potential punishment for an OVI varies greatly, depending on the circumstances of your unique case. Jail time ranges 3 days to 6 months. You may also have to pay a fine, and your license may be suspended. Watch this brief video to learn more.
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Whether you’re charged with a DUI, misdemeanor, or felony, the prospect of facing trial is stressful. Worse, there’s also the possibility of jail time if things don’t go well for you in court. To help you face these legal adversities, you need an attorney who can work on an effective defense strategy and make sure your civil rights are upheld throughout the process. A Willoughby criminal appeals attorney at Fortress Law Group, LLC provides clients with comprehensive legal representation from trial to appeal, if needed.
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