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October 2014 Archives

ENM Law News: Reduced Penalty for Speeding Ticket in Berks County

A client was ticketed for driving 82 mph in a 55 mph zone. Our attorneys were able to convince the police officer to change the violation to 5 mph over the speed limit. This amended violation resulted in a reduced fine and drastically reduced the number of license points that the client received. This was a crucial change because the accrual of 6 license points results in sanctions for the license holder. You don't have to automatically plead guilty when you receive a traffic ticket in the mail. Instead, contact us to see if we can help. Call (610) 372-5128.

ENM Law News: No License Suspension After 1543(a) Charge

Attorney Julie Marburger was able to obtain an excellent result for a client charged with a license violation. The client had not had a license for over 20 years. The client was recently charged with driving with a suspended or revoked license, commonly known as a 1543(a) violation. A 1543(a) violation carries a $200 fine and an additional license suspension of either 1 or 2 years. Attorney Marburger was able to convince the police officer to withdraw the 1543(a) citation and was able to get the client's driving privileges restored. If you've been charged with a 1543(a) violation, we can help. Contact our office today at (610) 372-5128

Spotlight Issue: Mandatory DUI Sentences

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So you've been charged with a DUI in Berks County and you aren't eligible for the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) program (see our prior posting about the DUI ARD program in Berks County). Now what? Our attorneys will meet with you to evaluate the best course of action for your case. Our attorneys will also be able to advise you on the length of sentence that you may be facing. DUI's carry mandatory minimum sentences. These mandatory minimum sentences are usually based on how many prior DUI's you have been convicted of in the past ten years and what your blood alcohol content (BAC) was at the time that you were driving. However, this isn't always the case. Other factors affecting your sentence include, but are not limited to, whether you had drugs in your system when your blood was drawn, whether there were children in the car at the time you were stopped by the police and whether you were involved in a motor vehicle accident. Below are the mandatory minimum sentences for each DUI tier.

ENM Law News: Not Guilty of Second Offense DUI

Following a bench trial in Berks County, DUI defense attorney Dan Nevins won a full acquittal for a client charged with a highest tier (BAC above .16), second offense DUI. The Client was facing a mandatory jail sentence of 90 days, an 18 month license suspension and several thousand dollars in fines and costs if convicted.

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