Archive for the ‘DUI’ Category

Why You Should Always Refuse Field Sobriety Tests in Pennsylvania

We’ve all seen it on television or in the movies: a driver suspected of being drunk is asked to count…

How to Avoid Overserving Guests at a Holiday Party

It’s holiday party season. Whether you’re an employer hosting your employees for a year-end celebration or are having friends and…

DUI Breathalyzer Accuracy Is Not Always Reliable

 There was once a time that breathalyzer machines were largely thought to be inaccurate. In fact, a study done in…

Pulled Over for a DUI in New Jersey? What to Do Next

When you get pulled over under suspicion of a DUI charge, especially when you are under the influence of alcohol…

Common Defenses Against DUI Charges, Part Two

In our last blog post, we discussed three defenses against a DUI charge that can get defendants out of legal…

Common Defenses Against DUI Charges, Part One

Whether you were slightly over the limit or are facing your third offense, there are common defenses that have proven…

3 DUI Charges You May Not Know About

Most often when someone hears DUI, they think of someone swerving between lanes or reacting slowly. However, the resulting behavior…

Why You Should Refuse Any Field Sobriety Tests When Pulled Over for Suspicion of DUI

Nobody wants to be pulled over and charged with driving under the influence (DUI), but it’s always a good idea…

What Happens at a Preliminary Hearing for DUI in Pennsylvania

 Being pulled over or charged with Driving Under the Influence is a tremendously overwhelming experience. No matter what the specific…