In Ohio, you win a DUI case by not giving the police officers evidence. If they don’t have evidence, it’s going to be very difficult for them to render an opinion, an opinion only, that you’re under the influence of alcohol.

How do you win or what are your best chances to prevail on a DUI case? Do not give the police evidence. Do not do the field sobriety test, those roadside gymnastics. You don’t have to. They’re voluntary. Do not do or give them chemical test evidence, like a breath test, a urine test, or a blood test. Do not admit that you’ve been drinking. Don’t lie about it. Just say, “Officer, before I say or do anything, I want to talk to Steven R. Adams or lawyers in his firm.”

Being charged with a criminal offense or a DUI in Ohio can be quite serious. It can affect your job, your livelihood, your income, and even your freedom. Make sure you have experienced, seasoned, and determined lawyers on your side. We’ve handled this thousands of times, so if you’re stopped by the man, call the man.

Steven R. Adams
Steven R. Adams was a criminal defense lawyer dedicated to DUI, OVI, and criminal defense in Cincinnati, Ohio.