The Pennsylvania Constitution ensures that residents of the state are protected from unreasonable search and seizure whether it involves a person, possessions, papers or homes. Probable cause is necessary for police to conduct search and seizure under the 4th Amendment, which helps provide protection from unreasonable searches. When your constitutional rights are violated, the search and seizure that was performed may be unconstitutional and inadmissible in court.
Erie drugged driving attorney
Twenty-eight percent of the people who died in traffic crashes during 2016 were killed in alcohol-impaired accidents. During 2016, 10,497 people were killed in drunk driving accidents. That averages to about one alcohol-related driving fatality every 50 minutes. When you think about a DUI accident, you assume that one of the drivers involved in the… Read more »
When you hear of a driver charged with DUI or driving under the influence, you assume that the driver was drunk. However, while driving under the influence of alcohol is common, driving under the influence of marijuana is also become a growing problem in Pennsylvania and throughout the United States. DUI laws in Pennsylvania prohibit… Read more »
A News Release by the Governor’s Highway Safety Association (GHSA) last week stated that a comprehensive update of the 2015 report Drug-Impaired Driving: A Guide for States was being released. The report provides data, research, and other information to help states and policymakers deal with drug-impaired driving. The report has updated data on drug use… Read more »
Many people realize that they can be arrested for DUI and convicted if they choose to drive while impaired by alcohol. If their BAC is above the legal limit of .08, they face serious consequences for a DUI conviction including fines, jail time, probation, and losing their driver’s license. Likewise, most people realize they can… Read more »