Physical control attorney
Columbus lawyer Brandon Shroy has a history of successful defense against physical control charges
Physical Control – Under the influence is a charge similar to OVI but with one huge difference: The vehicle in question is not alleged to have been moving. This makes Physical Control a “zero-point” and “non-moving” violation—significant differences from an OVI charge. This means the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles will not assess any points against your license. Even so, physical control carries a stigma by employers and state agencies. Auto insurance companies may cancel your insurance coverage or raise your rates if a conviction to physical control is on your record. Protect yourself with an experienced trial attorney.
All attorneys are legally allowed to represent you against a charge of Physical Control. Ohio attorney Brandon Shroy has been a prosecutor and criminal defense attorney for 12 years and frequently represents clients in Franklin County, Delaware County, Licking County, Fairfield County, Pickaway County, Madison County and Union County. Let him use his extensive knowledge of traffic law to get you back on the road.