Effective DUI defense requires knowledge of field sobriety tests, breathalyzer tests and blood alcohol tests. We will leave no stone unturned in collecting evidence to build a case in your defense.
It all starts with an immediate and thorough investigation.
We will begin an immediate investigation into the evidence that is being used to prosecute you. Whether you were given a breath test or blood alcohol test, arrested after a field sobriety test, or given no breath or blood test — or you were involved in a drinking and driving accident — we can defend your rights.
Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD)
If you’ve never been charged with a crime before — or, in some cases, even if you have — Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) gives you the opportunity to clear your criminal record. If you have been charged with driving under the influence, you may be facing jail time and loss of your driving privileges. With ARD, you can remove the possibility of jail time, reduce or eliminate the loss of your driving privileges, and have your criminal record expunged. ARD is also available in non-DUI cases.
Our attorneys are persistent and will take every necessary step to secure an ARD in your case. ARD can help you minimize future penalties, protect your professional and/or driver’s license, and minimize the consequences of your arrest.
What drunk-driving charges can mean for your driver’s license.
A DUI charge may result in the loss of your driver’s license, including suspension or permanent revocation if you have multiple offenses. Our attorneys can provide your defense against the criminal charges while also representing you at any administrative hearings related to licensure. We may even be able to negotiate to preserve your license or minimize the duration of the suspension. We will help you with applying for an occupational license or a probationary license. We can also assist you with appeals from Pennsylvania Department of Transportation determinations.
Contact our attorneys today to find an effective solution to your legal matters.