Warwick Township, PA. DUI, Drug, Assault Criminal Defense Attorney – Keith McAndrews Legal
Warwick Township is a township in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, United States. Warwick Township, is in Bucks County, Pennsylvania and is 10 miles north of Northeast Philadelphia. Warwick was formed by petition February 13, 1733 by eighteen residents. It was named after a town in central England and was the home to many Scots-Irish Presbyterians. In 1819 the Township lost over half its territory to the north when Doylestown Township was established.
History is closely tied to several existing structures, i.e. the Neshaminy Presbyterian Church and the Moland House. The Neshaminy Presbyterian Church is one of the earliest religious association in Pennsylvania dating back to 1726. The Moland House was General George Washington’s headquarters when 11,000 Continental Army troops camped in Warwick Township from August 10, 1777 until August 23, 1777 while on their way to the Battle of Brandywine.
Reckless Driving in Pennsylvania
You can be charged with negligent and reckless driving if you:
- Drive under the influence/drive while intoxicated.
- Excessive speeding.
- Racing other cars.
- Evade law enforcement when you are pulled over.
- Violating road rules such as passing on a double solid yellow lines, passing a school bus with the stop sign extended, and failing to yield right of ways and stop signs.
- Texting or talking on your phone while driving.
If you have been charged with reckless driving, contact the legal team at Keith McAndrews Legal in Warwick Township, PA.