In Ohio, if you’re charged with OVI, your license gets taken from you immediately in 2 situations. If you test over the prohibited level, which for a breath test is .08, or if you refuse to take a chemical test, the officer is supposed to take your license. If you take a blood test or a urine test, the results will be pending, and the officer should not take your license. If they have taken your license, it’s especially important that you call the attorneys at the law office of Stephen R. Adams. We deal with that situation all the time. We know exactly what to say, how to argue, to get your license back at that point. Even good people can be caught up on the wrong side of the law. You or your family member has never been in this situation before. We’re in this situation every day. We’ll explain it to you, we’ll walk you through it, and you will feel comfortable with us representing you. If you’re stopped by the man, call the man.