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December 2012 Archives

How to handle a DUI stop in Pennsylvania

While the holiday season is meant to be festive and reflective, it may not be so for law enforcement officers across Pennsylvania. They are charged with keeping roads safe and getting dangerous drivers off the road. Also, December is deemed National Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month, so we expect a number of people to be stopped on suspicion of DUI.

Man pleads guilty after fatal hit-and-run crash

A 24-year-old man from Bristol Township, Pennsylvania, was recently given a prison sentence with a minimum length of six-and-a-half years and a maximum of 13 years. After his release, he will be on probation for five years. According to allegations, the man was drinking and driving in an Audi on New Falls Road in the aforementioned township.

Working father killed after fall in water tower

A water tower in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, was the site of a recent incident. The tragic workplace accident resulted in the death of a 31-year-old man from Jacobus, Pennsylvania. According to reports, he and two other workers were inside of an empty water tower when the 31-year-old fell to his death. Another employee-a 38-year-old from New Jersey-was suspended by his safety harness for more than three hours during the ordeal. The third employee was not injured in the incident.

How DUI offenders in Pennsylvania can benefit from DUI court

With less than a week before Christmas, our readers likely know that the public efforts on drunk driving prevention are in full swing. Additional patrols will be in force during the weekend, and more public safety advertisements will be seen on television. Indeed, we support these efforts because prevention is the key in limiting drunk driving accidents (and thus saving lives), but we also believe that DUI courts have not received the recognition deserved for their roles in changing the culture of DUI enforcement in Pennsylvania.

Double fatality in crash should remind drivers of dangers

Thanksgiving is over and Christmas and New Years are fast approaching. Officials are often concerned about an increase in the number of car accidents seen during this time of year as some people choose to behave irresponsibly and get behind the wheel of their vehicles after having too much alcohol.

Police officer charged with drunk driving

Every Pennsylvania driver must follow the law when it comes to impaired driving. Essentially, anyone operating a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08 and above can be charged with a misdemeanor. The law applies to everyone, even police officers. So there is a sense of irony when a police officer is charged with a DUI.

Two children struck by pickup truck in yard, one dead

A 66-year-old man is in custody after he was allegedly behind the wheel of a vehicle that collided with two children, killing one of them. The pedestrian accident occurred in New Castle, Pennsylvania. Two children were playing in the yard just before 2 p.m. when the 66-year-old man reportedly drove into the yard. That man is currently in custody at the Lawrence County jail with no bond.

Costas' gun control statements draw criticism

Halftime during the prime-time Sunday night football game is usually reserved for recapping the day around the NFL. It is commonly non-partisan and designed to give fans an updates and analysis on football games. However, during halftime of game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys, broadcaster Bob Costas used his segment to advocate for gun control as part of his reporting on the murder-suicide involving Jovan Belcher, a linebacker for the Kansas City Chiefs.

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