My question involves criminal law for the state of: Ohio
I was pulled over for speeding. The car smelled like burnt marijuana and beer. The officer gave me a field sobriety test, then I refused a breathalyzer.
I was arrested and taken to the station for a breath test which I passed. I then was required to submit a urine sample for analysis.
No marijuana was found in the car. I told the officer that me and my passenger did smoke but it was in a parking lot 2 hours prior. My passenger said the same thing.
I was never provided the results of my test. I tried to call the prosecutor twice to obtain them, but my voicemails were not returned. I finally last week got ahold of the arresting officer and he verbally told me the results, but that's all.
Since I was not provided the results, can the test results be entered as evidence? I am looking at Ohio Revised Code 4511.19(D)(3) and 4511.19(E)(2).