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Law Enforcement not the Only Ones Watching for Drunken Drivers

We have all seen someone driving dangerously on area roads. Whether it is travelling at a high rate of speed or cutting us off as we approach their vehicle, other drivers can sometimes behave in ways that make it frustrating for motorists that are following all traffic rules.

Pennsylvania Bicyclist Charged with DUI

When police are looking for those who are driving under the influence, their attention is often focused on motorists displaying signs of intoxication. Most people do not think of police focusing a lot of attention on bicyclists that may be impaired, and some may not even know that a cyclist could receive a DUI charge.

Case Highlights Factors for Police in Making DUI Stops

Police aggressively target motorists that they believe are driving under the influence. Whether the suspicious behavior is observed a traffic stop or a sobriety checkpoint, motorists may find themselves undergoing additional sobriety tests to determine if he or she is impaired.

Can Accidents Caused by Drunk Patrons Lead to Criminal Charges for Employees?

When a high-profile DUI accident happens, this can often lead officials to examine what could be done to ensure that the tragedy will not be repeated. Whether it is changing the laws or more enforcement of laws already in place, the next steps will be made very well-known to those in the community.

Pennsylvania County Taking Steps to Reduce Drunk Drivers

Authorities are seemingly constantly examining ways to make penalties more severe for drunk drivers, especially those that are repeat DUI offenders. Whether it is increased jail time or a longer license suspension, officials are being serious about cracking down on the problem.

Preliminary Hearing -- The Tee Shot

Every criminal case in Montgomery and Bucks Counties starts out with a Preliminary Hearing.  When I use the words "start out," I mean that to say this is the first critical stage where a good lawyer starts to shape how the case will finish.  As I tell my clients, the Preliminary Hearing in a criminal case is just like a Tee Shot in the game of Golf.

New Technology that Can Tell When a Motorist is Impaired Being Developed

Each year, automakers heavily promote new features that are included in the most recent models. Often, these technological advances can be enough to convince someone to buy that new car that can parallel park itself or camera that can show a driver what is behind them when they put the car into reverse.

Pennsylvania's Implied Consent Laws

Many people are very familiar with the harsh penalties in place that come with a conviction for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Often, in many cases, this is the first time that an individual will have ever been in trouble with the police. When stopped by law enforcement, they may not know what will happen next.

Pennsylvania Officials Increasing Enforcement of Boating under the Influence

Summer means more people heading out to lakes and rivers to spend a day relaxing on the water. Whether swimming, fishing or simply just taking time to visit with one another, this is the best time of the year for boat owners.

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