Ohio State J.T. Barrett charged with DUI

Ohio State J.T. Barrett charged with DUI

Ohio State J.T. Barrett charged with DUI

Ohio State J.T. Barrett charged with DUI:  If you have been charged with a traffic ticket in Virginia do yourself a favor and call Bob Keefer’s office.  Bob’s staff will schedule a FREE CALL with Bob to discuss your options.  Bob has over 30 years experience and will share the knowledge he has gained over that 30 years plus with you.  You can also see some of Bob’s CLIENT REVIEWS here.

Ohio State J.T. Barrett charged with DUI:  In late October, J.T. Barrett was charged with Ohio’s version of DWI called OWI.  Barrett was stopped by police when he attempted to avoid a roadblock that police had set up to catch Ohio State students returning to campus.  These roadblocks have very specific requirements in notice, signage and how they treat persons stopped by the roadblock.  The reason for this specificity is that roadblocks are not consistent with the 4th Amendment.

Ohio State J.T. Barrett charged with DUI:  Barrett picked a poor time to drink and drive as he is 20 years old and cannot legally drink in the United States.  The drinking age was manipulated by the Federal Government with legislation cutting off highway funding to states who did not adopt the 21 year drinking age.  Barrett apparently did not know that he could refuse to talk to the police by politely stating “I want a Lawyer.  If I am not under arrest, please let me know.”  Barrett also did not realize that he could legally refuse the preliminary breath test device given at roadside.  Barrett also failed to realize that he could decline to perform the roadside gymnastics that are designed to generate probable cause to arrest.

Ohio State J.T. Barrett charged with DUI: Urban Meyers picked Barrett to be starting quarterback in the last game against RutgersBarrett had an outstanding game with three touchdowns.  Because of his arrest, Barrett has been suspended for one game.  He will be eligible thereafter if Coach Meyers chooses to call upon him.

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Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyers

Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyers

Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyers

When choosing among Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyers, contact Bob first.  Bob has over 30 Years Experience helping people with legal problems.  You can set up your FREE CALL right now by calling 540.433.6906, our number answered 24/7 or by emailing info@BobKeefer.com.  The call is free and entirely confidential.  Get the benefit of Bob’s more than three decades of experience.

Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyers: In the summer of 2015, Nick Diaz picked up a number of serious traffic charges including two DWIs. Diaz is a UFC fighter who has done very well in the UFCDiaz picked up his two DWIs in Lodi, California.  Diaz was able to work out a very good plea agreement.  Essentially, he entered a guilty plea to the first DWI and the second was dismissed along with several other associated traffic charges.  Diaz will have to pull a few of incarceration because his first DWI conviction was for a Blood Alcohol Content above the mandatory incarceration range.  Diaz also picked up three years of probation and a mandatory alcohol education class as well as a suspended license.

Diaz should have had Bob’s FREE APP for dealing with the Police.  Using the App, Diaz would have refused to discuss his situation by politely asking for a lawyer.  He would not have given the officer his drinking history, if any, or the location of any such drinking.  Diaz would not have provided a time line to help the prosecution if such time line was necessary.

Diaz would have refused the standardized field sobriety tests which are voluntary.  Without the field tests, it would have been much harder to establish probable cause to arrest Diaz for DWI either time.

Diaz would have refused the preliminary breath test which is a search and is also voluntary.  Diaz would have submitted to the evidential blood or breath but he would have made it clear that such submission was involuntary but occurring due to threat, coercion and duress.  #harrisonburgrecklessdrivinglawyers

 

 

Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyers

Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Lawyers