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Cincinnati DUI lawyer Chuck Strain is skilled and experienced in all aspects of drunk driving defense law.
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Cincinnati DUI Lawyer, Chuck Strain has practiced DUI law for 25 years and has spent the last 10 years doing nothing but defending DUI cases throughout the State of Ohio, including Butler, Warren, Clermont, Hamilton and Clinton Counties.
Cincinnati DUI Attorney Charles E. Strain is a frequent speaker at DUI seminars sponsored by the Cincinnati Bar Association, the Ohio State Bar Association and other attorney groups, and has appeared on radio talk shows and television news programs discussing DUI law. Since 1981, he has focused on Ohio DUI law, turning exclusively to DUI cases in 1996. He has completed the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration-approved course in standardized field sobriety testing and is certified to maintain and repair Intoxilyzer 5000 breath testing machines. Attorney Strain regularly attends national DUI law seminars in Cambridge, Las Vegas and Atlanta, and he is a member of the National College for DUI Defense.
So if you have a DUI arrest or any other drunk driving charge then contact Cincinnati DUI lawyer, Chuck Strain at 866-760-8747 or by completing the attached contact information form.
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