All drivers in Pennsylvania are said to have given "implied consent" to a blood, alcohol or urine screening to test for the presence of alcohol or a controlled substance. Therefore, there are penalties for refusing to submit to chemical testing when lawfully requested...
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Month: July 2015
Spotlight Issue: DUI and prescribed medication
Can you be charged with a controlled substance DUI even if you are only taking medication as prescribed by a doctor? The answer is "yes." Pennsylvania DUI statute §3802(d)(2) makes it a crime for anyone to drive under the influence of a drug or combination of drugs to...
Spotlight Issue: Should I plead guilty to my DUI charge?
If you've been charged with a DUI you might be feeling like it is pointless to try to fight your case. You may feel this way because you believe that you were driving badly or failed your Field Sobriety Tests (FST's) or had a blood draw that shows your blood alcohol...