OVI Bail Bonds
One of the most common crimes in the United States, operating a vehicle impaired, can often result in hefty fines and even more severe punishments. If a police officer suspects you of an OVI, the officer will first run a background check and take your fingerprints before proceeding further. In some cases, officers may ask you to give blood to determine your blood alcohol levels or confirm traces of other illegal substances.
You may also hear DUI which stands for Driving Under the Influence. Both of these refer to operating a vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Many variables can effect the price of what your OVI bail bond will be set. Some of those being; your previous driving history, the gravity of the OVI offense and any previous OVIs.
Note that it does not matter if you feel intoxicated, if you get pulled over and your blood alcohol level is over the legal limit, you may be arrested for an OVI. Contact Chuck Brown II Bail Bonds for your OVI bail bond needs.