Justin McShane: The DUI Jedi!

Hi, I’m Justin McShane.  For those of you who don’t know me well I would like to tell you that I’m a fighter who is sworn to fight for the citizen accused.

The Force is Strong with Attorney McShane

The Force is Strong with Attorney McShane

Law enforcement is a human endeavor and an error prone one at that.  The result is many people are falsely accused of DUI and other crimes.  The problem becomes galactic when you factor in that the police and prosecutors are highly experienced and juries tend to believe them.  The deck is truly stacked against the common person.

Enter The McShane Firm.

At The McShane Firm we are committed to fighting for justice and to protect the innocent against wrongful prosecution.  Fighting is in our blood.  I used to be a Division I wrestler, a competitive powerlifter and a bodybuilder. I am an avid fan of mixed martial arts and I bring this fighting history and spirit to the courtroom.

When the prosecution sees The McShane Firm defending you they know they are in for a battle.  We challenge their evidence. We use expert witnesses. We will fight for every inch we can.  We come to every fight prepared with the goal of protecting our clients.

At The McShane Firm, we are protectors of justice and protectors of your rights!

PA DUI attorney Justin J. McShane is the President/CEO of The McShane Firm, LLC - Pennsylvania's top criminal law and DUI law firm. He is the highest rated DUI attorney in PA as rated by Avvo.com. Justin McShane is a double Board certified attorney. He is the first and so far the only Pennsylvania attorney to achieve American Bar Association recognized board certification in DUI defense from the National College for DUI Defense, Inc. He is also a Board Certified Criminal Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, a Pennsylvania Supreme Court Approved Agency.

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  1. Jonathan Pendingcasecantsay says:

    Wow Justin!! I am on part 7 of your youtube videos. As a scientist who became disabled last year from a neurological condition. I lost control my body movements and speech then I get a dwi drugs for my prescriptions. It’s like bizarro world that this is actually happening to me.
    I really appreciate you posting your youtube videos, my only regret is that I am not closer “Im in the Dagoba system”. Already took much of my savings for legal fees.

    But I just dont see how they are using field sobriety tests against a person with a neurological disease. I can’t do a romberg test or any of the FSTs on my medication. And if I dont take my medication I have seizures and convulsions and definitely cannot do them then.
    It’s just a bewildering system of just BS and the police report statements are unbelievable, words twisted, taken out of context. Definitely falls under ‘lying by ommission’ and then I saw your videos and it makes my blood boil with junk science they are using.
    I even found another law enforcement article listing drugs that impair. Ibuprofen was listed. I mean every damn drug was there, I mean if you are allergic to penicillin and have a reaction, it falls under being impaired and yes, they had antibiotics listed. I believe it was out of the UK.
    Seriously, police officers could be sitting outside of pharmacies poaching people left and right and probable cause was they walked out of a pharmacy and of course the police officer saw the 75 year old woman with an unsteady gait. Dui drugs charge for her.
    They stake out bars for people leaving, why not pharmacies? Whats the difference. It’s truly scary how out of control this is. I dont want to mention my disease, but it’s a degenerative disabling one and now I may become a criminal because of it.
    Anyways, I dont want to ramble. Just it answered alot of my scientific questions, as the movie quote goes: “I feel like I am taking crazy pills”.
    Probably bad quote to choose. Going to finish the videos and then pour through this blog. I mean you can get a dui for a tractor, a bicycle, a horse. Would they arrest Stephen Hawking for being impaired with his electric wheelchair? He cant do the FST’s and I cant either from a similar disease.

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