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Out-of-State DUI/OVI

Business Travelers and Tourist Drunk Driving Attorneys

DUI/OVI charges are hard enough to face without additional complications. There are appearances to be made in court, communications with the Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) or the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), and complying with any programs you have to enroll in. Imagine having to do all of that in another state.

We can help you deal with the difficulty of defending yourself against an out-of-state DUI/OVI. One of the ways we can do that is by working to minimize the number of appearances that you have to make.

We help people from outside of Ohio who have been charged with DUI/OVI in Ohio and people from Ohio who need help in dealing with the suspension of their Ohio driver’s license due to a DUI in another state.

At The Farrish Law Firm, L.P.A., our Cincinnati out-of-state DUI defense lawyers offer preeminent DUI/OVI defense for the residents of Ohio and Kentucky. Attorney Kelly Farrish is recognized as one of the top DUI/OVI defense attorneys in the Cincinnati area. Attorney Farrish was named in the Business Courier as the Outstanding Attorney for OVI/DUI in Southwestern Ohio, 2009, 2010, 2011. Kelly Farrish was named as one of “America’s Best Attorneys” in 2012.

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Issues of Out-of-State DUI/OVI

While a state that did not issue your driver’s license cannot suspend your license, the states do communicate with each other about these issues. The suspension of driving privileges in another state will result in a suspension of your driver’s license in your home state. We help people from Ohio deal with the consequences of an out-of-state DUI and out-of-state people deal with Ohio DUI/OVI-related suspensions.

For people in this situation, the suspensions may compound each other. We can work to lessen that compounding effect.

Another issue for non-residents who are charged with DUI/OVI in the state of Ohio is that any programs that you are required to take part in must be approved by the Ohio Department of Health. This means that you will have to return to Ohio for any required programs.

Contact Us

When facing DUI/OVI charges and other criminal charges, The Farrish Law Firm, L.P.A. should be your first call. Speak directly to attorneys with decades of experience 24 hours a day because your life cannot wait. For out-of-state DUI/OVI defense representation that brings skill, experience and a reputation for success into the courtroom, call 513-403-9699, or simply contact us online to set up your free initial consultation. Telephones are answered 24 hours a day. Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express are accepted. Payment plans are available.