Attorney McShane Instrumental in Supreme Court Win

Attorney McShane Co-writes Amicus in Supreme Court Win

The Supreme Court Announces its Decision in Bullcoming v. New Mexico in Favor of the Petitioner The Supreme Court of the United States has reversed the decision in the case of Bullcoming v. New Mexico siding with the argument that the prosecution using a surrogate forensic analyst who was not involved in the actual testing…

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Apple Agrees to Remove DUI Checkpoint Apps

Apple has agreed to remove apps that alert people to the location of DUI checkpoints.  As we have written before, a group of four senators wrote letters to Apple, RIM and Google requesting the censorship of apps that can be used to alert users about DUI checkpoints.  RIM removed two popular apps previously and Apple’s…

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Like a diamond, a DUI is forever.

PA DUI Mailbag: How long does a DUI conviction stay on my record?

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 facing DUI charges in York County, Pennsylvania.  If I am convicted, how long with this stay…

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