Quality Assurance Standards for the Police

Quality Assurance Standards for the Police

It is infinitely better to have a few good men than many indifferent ones. -GEORGE WASHINGTON, letter to James McHenry, Aug. 10, 1798 Most of us are familiar with quality assurance and quality standards. Whether it is taking the steps to limit defective parts in a manufacturing plant or creating a better user experience for…

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Budget Cuts Could Reduce PA DUI Checkpoints

Budget Cuts Could Reduce PA DUI Checkpoints

The U.S. Department of Transportation has cut its funding for Pennsylvania DUI programs by nearly 1/3 this year which could reduce the number of roving patrols and DUI checkpoints in PA. Police: Budget cuts could imperil DUI checkpoint program The U.S. Department of Transportation cut its funding of Pennsylvania drunken-driving enforcement programs by a third…

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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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Pennsylvania Bans Bath Salts and Synthetic Marijuana

Pennsylvania Bans Bath Salts and Synthetic Marijuana

The Pennsylvania State Senate has moved to ban bath salts and synthetic marijuana.  The bill now awaits Gov. Corbett’s signature to be passed into law.  Under the proposed bill, bath salts and synthetic drugs like Spice and K2 will be banned and classified as “Schedule 1” drugs. Penalties for Bath Salts and Synthetic Marijuana Unless…

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PA DUI Attorney Lectures on Gas Chromatography

PA DUI Attorney: Recent DUI Lectures

As a respected DUI attorney, I have been invited to many DUI training seminars to share my knowledge, particularly in the area of DUI blood testing. Gas Chromatography is the process used to measure blood alcohol content (BAC) and is considered by many prosecutors to be “invincible” and an “automatic conviction.” That is because most…

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There are some really bad lawyers out there who will give you bad advice about Pennsylvania DUI

The Importance of Choosing the Right Lawyer

You Will Have Almost No Chance of Winning Your DUI Case if You Choose the Wrong Lawyer If you are facing DUI charges in PA, you are up against an experienced prosecutor armed with professional witnesses (police officers) and “scientific” evidence who is looking to convict you.  The only way to stop them is having…

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Apple Agrees to Remove DUI Checkpoint Apps

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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