Police complain about tweeting and FB’ing leading to avoidance of DUI Checkpoints

The (Baron) Münchhausen-Trilemma, also called Agrippa’s Trilemma, is a philosophical term coined to stress the purported impossibility to prove any truth even in the fields of logic and mathematics. (Pictured to the Left is Baron Münchhausen) The following news article reminded me of this:   Twitter Helps Drunk Drivers Avoid Roadblocks Within it the writer…

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Lisa Bloom Interview with Pennsylvania DUI Attorney Justin McShane

Lisa Bloom of CBS and CNN interviews Pennsylvania DUI Attorney Justin McShane.  In this interview ignition interlock devices issues and malfunctions are discussed.  Also what makes the McShane Firm different from all other Pennsylvania DUI law firms is discussed.  The question of will alcohol inpatient treatment help me is addressed.  Finally, Driving Under the Influence of…

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What Pac-Man and Inflated and Incorrect Blood Alcohol Content results have in common

See……there is this animatronic character that we all know called Pac-Man.  Pac-Man has everything to do with inaccurate BAC results. Honestly, when was the last time you even thought about playing this great game.  Well, here is your chance. Free Online Flash Games Since its release in May 22, 1980, the little pixel gobbling creature…

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Do you believe in DUI?

I was recently asked by a frequent blog reader: "You do believe in Drunk Driving, don’t you?" They went on to write: "Sometimes I read your blog and a few others and it almost sounds like there is really no such thing." The answer is yes, I believe in Drunk Driving. It not only exists….

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Pennsylvania DL-13 INITIAL REPORTING FORM: How an ER phsyician has more power than a Police Officer

Under Pennsylvania Law, your driving license can be suspended without a hearing In Pennsylvania a police officer or Trooper cannot administratively suspend your driver’s license right on the spot for an allegation of a DUI no matter how high your BAC is.  The same holds true for a District Attorney.  All license suspensions in the…

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Why is Due Process of Law different than the Due Process of Science: Blood Alcohol Content is only an Estimate

Every citizen accused of a crime is entitled to the Due Process of Law, but why aren’t accused citizens entitled to the Due Process of Science? Every Blood Alcohol Content that is reported in Court across the entire nation is just an estimate of the true value. A bold statement no doubt, but worthy of…

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