Ignition interlock systems are required for those with high blood alcohol levels or for those who refuse to take a Breathalyzer test. If the individual wishes to drive under a restricted license, they must have an interlock system installed in their vehicle. It must remain in the vehicle for as long as the restricted license is operational.
Being placed under arrest in Erie for a DUI can leave you rattled, wondering what is going to happen and whether you’ll face jail time.
A DUI stop may be illegal, the field sobriety tests might be misleading and still more tests can be mishandled. Learn more here.
Many people include alcohol in their Christmas celebrations. Ninety-six percent of the respondents to one survey said they knew someone who went to work hung over or they went to work hungover during the holidays. One-half of the survey respondents said that alcohol plays a role in their family holiday gatherings. Therefore, it is important… Read more »
We can all agree that the 4th of July holiday is a time when some of the best parties are thrown in the largest cities in America. Huge parties to celebrate our Independence Day are held throughout our country from Philadelphia, New York, and Los Angeles to Washington, Atlanta, and Charlotte. However, it is not… Read more »
Parents often feel they aren’t heard enough on their teenagers when they try to explain the dangers of alcohol consumption. Underage drinking is not only dangerous — it is illegal in every state. Explaining the penalties for a conviction on a charge of underage drinking may have more of an impact that simple telling your… Read more »
If a law enforcement officer suspects that any driver is under the influence of drugs or alcohol, he or she may choose to conduct field sobriety checks either at a sobriety checkpoint or after pulling the individual over. These are often to identify the probable cause for a DUI arrest or to determine if there… Read more »
In order to pull you over and investigate a potential incident of driving under the influence, a police officer must have probable cause that you have violated the law or are in the process of violating the law. Probable cause refers to reliable information existing to support a reasonable belief that someone has committed a… Read more »
In order to arrest someone for a DUI in the state of Pennsylvania, a law enforcement officer needs to have probable cause. Probable cause simply means that this individual has reasonable belief that a crime is being committed or has been committed. The officer has to be able to articulate clear reasons for this belief…. Read more »
DUI Conviction & Commercial Drivers License If you make your living behind the wheel of a truck as many individuals in Pennsylvania do, a DUI conviction is more than just a basic inconvenience and an expense. Instead, it could also be very detrimental to your truck driving career. This is because you are the holder of a… Read more »