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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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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How Do You Beat a DUI In Pennsylvania? The Truth

How do you Beat a DUI in Pennsylvania? As a Pennsylvania DUI Attorney I’m always running into someone new in my travels across the beautiful Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the United States. From Harrisburg to Philadelphia to Pittsburgh and states beyond, one thing that stays the same is the “magic question” that everyone seems to…

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What to Expect if You’re expecting a DUI: Omnibus Pretrial Motion

We have been examining the steps in the process that a good Pennsylvania DUI Attorney would take in professionally and aggressively handling a Pennsylvania DUI.  The next step you can expect to face is the preparing and filing of the Omnibus Pretrial Motion.  In the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, this must be filed within 30 days…

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Pennsylvania DUI Attorney has the video that will forever prove that SFSTs are not valid

As a Pennsylvania DUI Attorney, I get asked a lot of questions when I meet people socially.  I was just at the Harrisburg International Airport where my flight was delayed and I struck up a conversation with another modern day refugee who was now stranded with me as we cycled through what seemed like endless 15 minute…

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