OWI Defense

Don’t Drink and Drive on New Year’s Eve. Let Suhre & Associates Get You Home Safely

Suhre & Associates is helping keep roads safe this New Year’s Eve holiday with their “I’ll Drive” campaign. You drink. We drive. You win. New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day marks the end of the old year and the beginning of a new year. The estimated 92% of adults who celebrate this holiday can… read more

Can I be charged with an OWI if I smoke marijuana?

WARNING: Possession of Marijuana is still a crime in Indiana. If you have a medical marijuana card from another state, this card is NOT a “Get out of jail free” card! As seen in the new recently, several states have passed new legislation regarding the use of marijuana, including recreational use. While states have begun… read more

How to avoid being pulled over by the police for an OWI

For many people, going out after a busy work day with a few workers to enjoy in a Happy Hour or going out for the night with some friends to a local bar or club is rather commonplace. However, after a few drinks, a great night out could potentially end in tragedy. One of the… read more

Alternate means of transportation while your license is suspended-Class B Motor Driving Cycle

When you are pulled over for an alleged Operating While Intoxicated, or OWI, in Indiana, you will most likely be asked to submit to a certified chemical test, which normally would be either a breath test or a blood test. The office conducting the OWI investigation is required to inform you of your Implied Consent…. read more

Know Your Constitutional Rights

If you have been stopped by the police, you will need to know what your Constitutional Rights are: “You have the right to remain silent.” “You have the right to an attorney.” “You have the 4th Amendment right against any illegal search or seizure.” You have the right to remain silent When you are pulled… read more

Indiana First Offense for Misdemeanor OWI

In Indiana, a first time misdemeanor Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) charge will fall in one of the following categories: Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) – this offense will be charged as a Class C Misdemeanor with penalties ranging from 0-60 days in jail and a fine of up to $500. Operating with a Blood Alcohol Concentration… read more