In Ohio if you’re convicted of OVI or a DUI it’s a six point offense. Six points. You will get a six-point warning letter from the Ohio BMV. Those points will stay on your driving record for two years. After the two-year period from the conviction date they will be erased. If you accumulate on your traffic record within a two-year period 12 or more points you will get suspected by the BMV. Now, if you get a DUI reduced to a reckless operation, in Ohio a reckless operation is four points, not six points.
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