If you have been arrested and charged with driving under the influence (DUI) in Pennsylvania, you are likely anxious, frustrated and even frightened about your future. In many cases, a DUI conviction results in mandatory jail time, fines, court costs and the suspension of your driving privileges. However, one of the most important things to know is that even if you “failed” the roadside sobriety tests or tested over the legal limit on a blood or breathalyzer test, you should not assume that you will automatically be found guilty of the charges.
Many people facing a DUI offense will plead guilty to the charges without ever realizing the severe consequences they will face when once they are convicted. There are often many legal defenses available to defeat a DUI case in court. Certain legal defenses to DUI may arise by examining the circumstances surrounding the vehicle stop, arrest and chemical testing for blood alcohol concentration (BAC).
I am highly trained in identifying and utilizing the most effective DUI defense strategy to protect your freedom and your driving privileges. I can also determine whether your case can be resolved through admission in a 1st time offender program which would enable you to avoid the harsh penalties associated with a DUI conviction.
I have over a decade of experience providing skilled and aggressive representation to individuals charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs in Bucks County, Montgomery County and the surrounding counties. Contact me at (215) 752-5282 for a free initial consultation or fill out the confidential contact form for an immediate response. Appointments are available after business hours and on weekends.
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