Tag Archives: Implied Consent

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Attorney Dorward Brilliantly Defends PA DUI Case

At The McShane Firm, we pride ourselves on having the the hardest working, most dedicated DUI Attorneys in Pennsylvania.  Recently, Attorney Shawn Dorward secured a total not guilty verdict in a DUI case for a client he had been defending for almost two years.  Most importantly, Attorney Dorward was able to secure a “not guilty” […]

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Test Your Comprehension Skills with Pennsylvania DUI Implied Consent Warnings

Pennsylvania DUI Law Review: DUI Refusals Because of Confusion Under  Pennsylvania DUI Law, when you are arrested you are given the Implied Consent Warnings commonly called the O’Connell warnings, which is in PennDOT DL26 form.  It is read word-for-word and often with no explanation of what the legal terms mean or explanation of what the […]

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Implied Consent: It Doesn’t Matter if You Don’t Understand

In Pennsylvania, Implied Consent means that you agree to submit to a chemical test if you are ever asked to do  so by a police officer.  When you go to renew your driving license, it is one of the forms you will have to sign.  It is known by a couple of different names:  the […]

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