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Blog Posts in July, 2012

  • July 27-29, 2012 OVI/DUI Checkpoints

    Law enforcment has announced that there will be OVI/DUI checkpoints in the following areas this weekend: Euclid, Ohio - Tonight, July 27, 2012. The location and time of the checkpoint has not yet been released. Cleveland, Ohio - Date, time and locaiton have not yet been released but likely on Saturday night near W. 117th St. As always, the Attorneys from DiCaudo, Pitchford & Yoder recommend that ...
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  • July 20-22, 2012 OVI/DUI Checkpoints

    Law enforcment has announced that there will be an OVI/DUI checkpoint in Garfield Heights, Ohio, tonight, July 20, 2012. The location and time of the checkpoint has not yet been released. As always, the Attorneys from DiCaudo, Pitchford & Yoder recommend that you designate a driver if you plan on drinking over this weekend. For more information or legal advice, contact a knowledgeable Attorney ...
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  • July 13-15, 2012 OVI/DUI Checkpoints

    Law enforcment has announced that there will be an OVI/DUI checkpoint in Parma, Ohio, tonight, July 13, 2012. The checkpoint will be set up at State Road and Tuxedo Avenue and will operate from 7 pm to 12 am. As always, the Attorneys from DiCaudo, Pitchford & Yoder recommend that you designate a driver if you plan on drinking over this weekend. For more information or legal advice, contact a ...
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  • Ohio's 12th District Court Of Appeals Upholds Use Of Intoxilyzer 8000 Breathalyzer

    Monday, July 9, 2012, the 12th District Court of Appeals became the first Ohio appellate court to rule on the evidentiary admissibility of Intoxilyzer 8000 breath-testing results. In State v. Kormos (12 th Dist. 2012), 2012-Ohio-3128, defendant Nicholas Kormos contended that the Intoxilyzer 8000 fails to comply with relevant provisions of the Ohio Administrative Code , specifically, 3701-53-04(B) ...
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  • Examining Ohio Law: Fireworks

    With Independence Day tomorrow, a lot of questions have been floating around about Ohio's laws regarding the purchase and use of fireworks. Ohio has strict laws as to what types of fireworks can be set off and by who. Failure to adhere to these laws can result in stiff penalties, including fines and potential jail time. Lawful Fireworks Section 3743.01 of the Ohio Revised Code states that the only ...
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