Ashland County DUI / OVI Lawyer
Defending People Charged With DUI for Nearly 20 Years
Koffel Brininger Nesbitt has been defending people charged with DUI/OVI throughout Ohio since 1994 including Ashland County. The firm's founding attorney, Brad P. Koffel, is one of the highest-rated attorneys in the state of Ohio with:
- An AV Preeminent™ rating on Martindale-Hubbell®
- Voted to the list of The Best Lawyers in America® every year since 2008
- Inclusion in the list of Ohio Super Lawyers®
If you've been arrested for DUI/OVI in Ashland County, Ohio, contact Koffel Brininger Nesbitt! Call (614) 675-4845 To Discuss Your Case
If you were arrested for operating a vehicle while intoxicated (or under the influence of drugs) in Ashland County, your arrest was likely made by the Ohio State Highway Patrol, the Ashland County Sheriff's Office or a police department in Ashland County such as the Ashland Police Department. DUI arrests originate either from a routine traffic stop or a sobriety checkpoint. Koffel Brininger Nesbitt can evaluate your traffic stop to determine whether your arrest was lawful or not. Unlawful police stops can be cause for charge dismissals or reductions.
Ashland County Municipal Court
Judge John L. Good is the current sitting judge at the Ashland County Municipal Court located in the city of Ashland at:
1209 East Main Street
Ashland, OH 44805
The Ashland County Municipal Court and Clerk of Court's hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 8:00am until 4:30pm. They can be reached by phone at 419-289-8137. Alternatively, if you need to fax a court document, the fax number is 419-289-8545.
There is also a mayor's court located in Loudonville within the County of Ashland. Loudonville Mayor's Court handles smaller cases, such as minor misdemeanors, infractions, or city ordinance violations.
Benefits of Retaining Koffel Brininger Nesbitt
One of the major benefits of retaining our law firm for DUI/OVI defense is that we are often able to represent you at your first hearing without you having to be present. This can alleviate a substantial burden. Mr. Koffel or another of the skilled attorneys at our firm may also be able to petition for restricted driving privileges, but these can potentially be difficult to obtain. If this is your first DUI offense, you may be eligible for restricted driving privileges 16 days after your arrest. For first chemical test refusal cases, eligibility for restricted driving privileges will not be offered until day 31 and potentially not be granted until the very end of your case.
The DUI / OVI attorneys at our firm are familiar with the Ashland County courts and judges. Koffel Brininger Nesbitt makes it a point to build relationships with people in the court system so that our clients are treated with fairness and respect. Koffel Brininger Nesbitt is seasoned in this area and you can trust our experience to get you the best possible results in your Ashland County OVI case.
Contacting an Ashland County DUI / OVI Attorney
After a drunk driving offense, you face both criminal and administrative penalties such as loss of driver's license, ignition interlock device installation, court fees, community service and more. Koffel Brininger Nesbitt's typical client is someone who has no prior or limited prior experience with criminal courts and is a good candidate for alternative sentencing such as treatment in lieu of probation and jail time.
Even if time isn't on your side, our law firm can act quickly for you or a loved one. Call an Ashland County DUI / OVI lawyer from our firm today to learn more about how we can help.