DUI Penalties Attorney Lansdale, PA
DUI Defense Lawyers Help Clients Avoid License Suspension and Other Penalties in Montgomery County & Bucks County, PA
Penalties are compounded when a driver is arrested and convicted multiple times on DUI charges in Pennsylvania. In accordance with Act 24, the new Pennsylvania Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Law, penalties also increase depending on the driver’s measured blood alcohol content. See our DUI chart for details on penalties that you can expect if you have been charged and convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol.
The seriousness of the penalties is enough to convince many drivers charged with driving while intoxicated that they must do whatever it takes to find and retain the best possible defense attorney. Skillful defense strategies may make the difference between a conviction and an acquittal, or between license suspension and an Accelerated Rehabilitative Discharge (ARD).
Skilled DUI Attorneys Will Protect Your License Against Suspension in Quakertown, PA
As former prosecutors, the attorneys at Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg and Gifford can anticipate what the state will be looking for when your case comes up in court. We are prepared to argue zealously on your behalf, defending your rights and freedom.
- Did the police officer have probable cause to stop you on suspicion of drunk driving in the first place?
- Did the breath test provide a reliable measurement of your blood alcohol content?
- Were field sobriety tests properly administered?
- Is there evidence to support the possibility that your BAC level could not have been accurately assessed due to a medical condition?
Our experienced Pennsylvania DUI lawyers are eager to find answers to these and other important questions as we seek to protect your freedom after a drunk driving arrest. We have helped many clients obtain optimal results, including:
- Case dismissal
- Reduction of charges from felony to misdemeanor
- Reduction of fines and other penalties
Contact Our Bucks County Criminal Defense Law Firm to Discuss Your DUI Charges in Doylestown, Pennsylvania
Do not delay. Call or email the law firm to discuss the best path forward after your drunk driving arrest. If it is your first offense, avoid the chance that a subsequent arrest will result in a felony DUI charge. Prompt action after any drunk driving arrest is most likely to result in a better outcome.