Recently I was in court with a client who is facing a Driving Under Suspension (DUS) charge. For the past few weeks now he has been working to clear up a whole slew of old tickets and warrants so he can get his license valid again.
My client shared with me about the fear and stress he would have driving around knowing that he was violating the law. He then expressed to me the relief he can see awaiting him once all of his tickets, warrants, and suspensions are resolved and how he will be able to drive and relax knowing that he will be free and clear.
If you or a loved one can relate to my client’s experience and you’ve been meaning to get your license valid again, NOW is the time! Let Attorney Robert Botnick help you get going on the the road again, free and clear, and avoid another DUS ticket.
Last week in Hamilton County, Judge Robert Ruehlman ruled that the traffic cameras installed in the village of Elmwood Place (Pop. 2188) run afoul under the law. He ultimately determined that the local traffic camera ordinance is invalid and unenforceable. His ruling is in line with what most motorists in Ohio already think: red light and speeding cameras do nothing to reduce traffic violations and merely exist as money makers for the cities in which they’re installed.
Now legislators in Columbus, from both sides of the aisle, are proposing legislation to ban these cameras across the state. At this time, there is no state law allowing or prohibiting these traffic cameras from existing. These cameras are currently operating in Cleveland, Parma, Akron, East Cleveland, Ashtabula, Columbus, and Toledo. Although they won’t add any points to your license if they catch you, they will set you back around $100 a pop.
If you have been issued a red light or speeding ticket, whether by camera or cop, contact our office to see how Attorney Robert Botnick can fight for you.