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DUI & Driving with a Suspended License

If you have ever been cited for driving while intoxicated or a DUI (Driving Under the Influence), you know that your driving privileges get suspended for a certain period of time, depending upon your blood/alcohol level. So what happens if you are then caught driving...

DUI & License Suspension

If you've pled guilty or have been convicted of a DUI, odds are that your driver's license has been suspended. It is standard operating procedure in the Pennsylvania judicial system to revoke the driving privileges of those that are guilty of driving under the...

DUI & Sobriety Tests

When a client comes to me to discuss a DUI, there is always confusion regarding the officer's use of field sobriety tests. First, a field sobriety test is just one tool at the officer's disposal in forming probable cause to make an arrest for DUI. Pennsylvania courts...

DUI & the Implied Consent Law

Each time you renew your driver's license in Pennsylvania, you sign a form that permits the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to draw blood, breath or urine if you arrested by police for driving under the influence. This form of permission given by you to the Commonwealth...

DUI & Ignition Interlock

In Pennsylvania, if you plead guilty to or are convicted of a second or subsequent DUI, one of the consequences of your conviction is that you will have to have an Ignition Interlock device installed in your vehicle. The Ignition Interlock is a piece of equipment that...

DUI Suspension

One of the consequences of driving under the influence of alcohol ("DUI") is that your driver's license is typically suspended. Depending on how intoxicated you were at the time of your arrest and how many previous DUI's you have had, the length of the license...

New DUI Procedure…At Least for Now

If you have not heard about it, you will! Recently, a Daughin County Common Pleas Court Judge ruled that certain breathalyzer machines used by the police when stopping an individual suspected of driving while intoxicated are flawed and not reliable for readings above...

DUI Checkpoints…

Police departments in Pennsylvania are increasingly using DUI checkpoints as a tool to deter drunk driving and catch impaired drivers. While the courts have found these types of roadblocks to be perfectly legal, if the police fail to follow certain protocols...

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