How many types of DUI charges are there in Pennsylvania? How are the penalties In Pennsylvania, there are actually nine (9) types of DUI charges based on the circumstances surrounding the person’s arrest. DUI is codified under Title 75 Section 3802 of the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code. In addition to DUI, this Title also covers other […]
Drunk Driving & DUI/DWI Defense
Our criminal defense law firm represents individuals charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI) and driving under the influence (DUI) in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. While most people typically associate a DUI/DWI with alcohol, it can also involve legal prescription drugs and as well as illegal drugs and narcotics. Pennsylvania, under Title 75 Section 3802(d) […]
In Pennsylvania if you are driving with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08 or higher you can be charged with DUI. While this applies to anyone over the legal age of 21 there are also different DUI laws in Pennsylvania for different people based on age, profession, etc. These are explained below and the […]
Summary NJ DWI Laws & Penalties In New Jersey DWI laws are very strict. A person is guilty of drunk driving if he/she operates a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08% or greater. BAC refers to the amount of alcohol in your blood. While the state has set the minimum intoxication […]
You can commit a DUI in Pennsylvania and a DWI in Jersey even if you’re taking prescription or over the counter medication. Ask your criminal defense lawyer.
Your attorney should discuss what occurred prior to your arrest because this may form a basis for a motion and or possibly support defense arguments at trial
Just one DUI/DW could cost you your Life, Liberty & Pursuit of Happiness. Here are 5 things to remember this 4th of July
Pennsylvania has modified its consent to chemical testing (Form DL26B) which are also known as the OConnell warnings.
Most people assume that a DUI in Pennsylvania is only for alcohol or an illegal substance such as crack cocaine. PA classifies Cannabis a Schedule I Drug