You don't want a DUI, but you do want to go out to the bar with your friends, and you don't want to pay for an Uber ride home. If you cannot get a ride with someone else, or if you think they may also be too intoxicated to drive, what should you do?
Police recently arrested a man in Ohio on suspicion that he was driving while under the influence. The arrest happened after he crashed into a police car, and the whole incident was caught on camera.
You wake up in the morning after a night of drinking with friends. You did not want to drive drunk, so you slept on a friend's couch. You roll off, drag yourself out to your car and start heading home.
The ramifications of a DUI or an OVI get worse every time you get arrested. The idea behind this is to discourage people from becoming repeat offenders.
When stopped in Ohio on suspicion of drunk or drugged driving, most adults will be arrested on operating under the influence (OVI) charges. If the driver who is stopped is a minor, then they'll likely be charged with operating a vehicle after underage consumption (OVAUC) charges.