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Tim Huey
Tim Huey is an Ohio criminal defense lawyer who focuses on Ohio DUI, OVI, vehicular assault and homicide cases. He is the Immediate Past President of the Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, has served as the OACDL DUI chairman for more than 10 years. He is the Ohio Delegate to the National College for DUI Defense as well as a Life Member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He is regularly contacted by news media regarding DUI / OVI related stories including the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Columbus Dispatch, WBNS-10TV, WSYX 6, NBC 4 and their affiliates. He has been a frequent guest of Bob Connors, Joel Riley and John Corby on 610 WTVN radio. At the Huey Defense Firm our basic philosophy in handling each case is “what if it was me?” If you need our help please do not hesitate to call day or night.

Firm: Huey Defense Firm

Areas of Practice: Criminal Defense, DUI – OVI Defense, Vehicular Assault, Vehicular Assault, Drug and narcotics offenses

Address: 3240 West Henderson Road Columbus Ohio 43220

Phone: 614-519-3133

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Professional Affiliations: Immediate Past President of the Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. OACDL DUI Chairman. Ohio Delegate to the National College for DUI Defense. Life Member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

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If you would like to contact the author, please visit: http://www.serious-ohio-dui-defense.com/


Watch out Ohio – Drug Recognition “Experts” are Here

Ohioans, especially baby boomers taking any prescription medicines, should be very nervous. Why? You are now the focus of the newest toy in the Ohio drunk driving, DUI – OVI, enforcement toy box. The Feds have given Ohio lots of money to obtain and use this toy.  Recently both the Columbus Dispatch and WBNS 10TV interviewed me for stories about the new DRE training program.  Amazingly, in the 10TV story, the spokesman for the Ohio Highway Patrol asserted that officers ... Read More »