What Is a Ovi Charge?

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An OVI charge is the penalty for a first degree of misdemeanour offense imposed on an individual who has been caught driving a operating while intoxicated. The two terms, OVI (Operating a Vehicle while Intoxicated) and DUI (Driving Under the Influence) are commonly used to refer to this offence.
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Don't know what an ovi is, but if it is similar to a dui, it depends mostly on you local state laws. Ask again with the state.
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They are the same thing. OVI stands for "Operating a Vehicle
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really depends on your state go to this website to check: http://norml.org/index.cfm?Group_ID=4516.
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This really depends on how you want to handle this matter. You can go to trial, and hope to beat the charge all together, and incur the cost of the same OR you can attempt to get
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