Pennsylvania DUI Attorney Stands Up with New Zealand DUI Barrister who is Forced to Take Down his Website

I make no bones about the fact that I am a Pennsylvania DUI Attorney.  In fact I am proud of it.  Very proud it.  I am proud of the fact that I use forensic science to represent the citizen among us who is accused of a DUI.  I advertise it.  I blog about it.  I believe that what I do is right, good, truthful and ethical.  There is a legitimate purpose in making sure that truth and justice occurs in Court on a daily basis.

That being said, not everyone believes that a person accused of DUI deserves a defense, an advocate or even a lawyer.

Sadly, that appears to be the case in Auckland, New Zealand where a well-intentioned and by all accounts honorable barrister by the name of Patrick Winkler was pressured into taking down his website.  You can read the relevant news story written by Leigh Van Der Stoep "Lawyer backs down over drink-drive website". 

You can actually see the "offensive" website thanks to Google caching here.

It is a shame that this happened to Barrister Patrick Winkler.  We stand here in support of him and wish him all the best in life.

 

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-Justin J. McShane, Esquire, Pennsylvania DUI Attorney

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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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