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Driving Under the Influence of Drugs

When most people think about a DUI, they visualize someone driving after drinking alcohol. However, alcohol is only one of many different substances that can impair your ability to safely drive a car. If you drive while you are under the influence of a drug, you can...

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Can You Get a DUI on a Bicycle?

In addition to being prohibited from driving a motor vehicle while you are under the influence of alcohol or drugs, you may also face DUI charges for operating other types of vehicles when you have been drinking. It is even possible for you to be convicted of a DUI...

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Can Passengers Drink Alcohol In a Car?

While you likely know that you are prohibited from driving while you are drinking or have used drugs, you might wonder whether it is legal for passengers to drink alcohol while they are riding in vehicles. In Pennsylvania, it is illegal for a passenger or a driver to...

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What Is the Difference Between DUI and DWI?

You might have heard the acronyms DUI and DWI used interchangeably. DUI stands for driving under the influence. DWI may stand for driving while intoxicated or driving while impaired by drugs or alcohol. Depending on the state, these two terms can refer to the same...

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Can I Appeal My DUI Conviction?

If you go to trial to fight your DUI charge and are found guilty of the offense, that does not mean that your case is necessarily over. You have the right to appeal a conviction for a crime to a higher court. If you win your appeal, you may be granted a new trial, and...

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What Are Aggravating Factors in DUI Cases?

Many states have two different types of drunk driving charges, including driving under the influence offense that typically may be charged when your blood alcohol concentration is 0.08% or higher. The other type of DUI charge in those states is an aggravated DUI. What...

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Proving a DUI Charge at Trial

If you are facing charges of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol in Pennsylvania, you will need to decide whether to accept a plea offer or to instead take your case to trial. If you choose to go to trial, the prosecutor will have to prove the DUI charge...

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DUI with Blood Alcohol Over .16

In West Chester and throughout Pennsylvania, driving under the influence is treated seriously by law enforcement officers and the courts. If you are stopped by the police on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol, you may face even more serious penalties...

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DUI While on Probation

Getting a DUI in Pennsylvania is bad at any time. When you are already on probation for a different criminal conviction, getting a DUI charge can be especially problematic. If you are convicted, your probation may be revoked. You may also have to serve time for both...

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Understanding Underage DUI in Pennsylvania

Many teens and young adults look forward to turning 21 so that they can start drinking alcohol. Some teens and adults who are under the age of 21 simply don't wait and begin drinking while they are still too young. If you drink alcohol and then get behind the wheel of...

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What Is A Terroristic Threat In PA?

You might think that threatening another person with violence is okay in Pennsylvania as long as you do not act on your threat. However, in some situations, making threats of violence is illegal and can potentially lead to serious consequences. For example, if you...

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