Category Archives: Pennsylvania License Suspension

Permalink to THE DUI SINK HOLE – LIFE LONG CONSEQUENCES OF A DUI (Part 4 of 5)

THE DUI SINK HOLE – LIFE LONG CONSEQUENCES OF A DUI (Part 4 of 5)

Here in part 4, we will examine the life-long repercussions of having a DUI conviction on your record which are all the more reasons why you should fight your charges to try to get completely out of the hole. Keep in mind that a drunk driving conviction will remain on your criminal record forever. Thanks […]

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Permalink to The DUI Sink Hole: Part 1

The DUI Sink Hole: Part 1

Being charged with a DUI is a very serious matter. The DUI sink hole opened up for you the minute the officer pulled you over and asked, “Have you been drinking?” But there’s no need to let that hole get any deeper or for you to jump into it. In this 5-part blog series “The […]

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Permalink to Another Day, Another Breath Testing Scandal in Pennsylvania

Another Day, Another Breath Testing Scandal in Pennsylvania

Recently, the elected District Attorney for Carbon County did the ethically correct thing (more or less). It appears as if the National Patent Analytical Systems DataMaster DMT units that were positioned in the Lehighton Barracks between October 25, 2011 and June 22, 2012 were not maintained appropriately.   This type of event further highlights the […]

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Permalink to Late to School, Lose Your PA Driving License

Late to School, Lose Your PA Driving License

Pennsylvania bill would take driver’s license away from truant teens It’s really sad to see lawmakers try to take the easy way out on important issues in society. Here in Pennsylvania, one proposed bill would strip truant teens of their driving license: Pennsylvania bill would take driver’s license away from truant teens Would taking a […]

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Permalink to Dear Pennsylvania DUI Lawyer: License Suspension Due to Refusal

Dear Pennsylvania DUI Lawyer: License Suspension Due to Refusal

Every Friday we take a look at some of the most commonly asked questions about Pennsylvania DUI so we can clear up any misconceptions and provide you with the most up-to-date and accurate information about Pennsylvania DUI laws and related topics. Today: Dear Pennsylvania DUI Lawyer, Please explain Pennsylvania’s Administrative License Suspension Law. The Pennsylvania […]

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Permalink to Dear Pennsylvania DUI Lawyer: The Cop Took My License

Dear Pennsylvania DUI Lawyer: The Cop Took My License

Every Friday we take a look at some of the most commonly asked questions about Pennsylvania DUI so we can clear up any misconceptions and provide you with the most up-to-date and accurate information about Pennsylvania DUI laws and related topics. Today: Dear Pennsylvania DUI Lawyer, The cops charged me for DUI and took my […]

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Permalink to Dear Pennsylvania DUI Lawyer: Driving on a Suspended License

Dear Pennsylvania DUI Lawyer: Driving on a Suspended License

Every Friday we take a look at some of the most commonly asked questions about Pennsylvania DUI so we can clear up any misconceptions and provide you with the most up-to-date and accurate information about Pennsylvania DUI laws and related topics. Today: Dear Pennsylvania DUI Lawyer, My license was suspended for one year and even […]

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Permalink to DUI Mailbag: If I Lose My License, I Lose My Job

DUI Mailbag: If I Lose My License, I Lose My Job

Every Friday we will take a look at some of the most commonly asked questions about Pennsylvania DUI so that we can clear up any misconceptions and provide you with the most up-to-date and accurate information.  Today: I am a manufacturing sales rep in Central PA and have spent the last 10 years building up […]

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Permalink to How an opinion can cost you your license and your freedom

How an opinion can cost you your license and your freedom

It is amazing to me how a Pennsylvania DUI is the only crime or charge that someone can be convicted of solely based on an opinion of another person. What I mean by that is that a police officer is frequently called upon during the course of a trial to render his layperson opinion (not […]

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