D.U.I & Criminal

D.U.I & Criminal

Criminal Law

The most stressful part of facing criminal charges is the unknown.  Questions about whether I have a defense to the charges  or whether I may go to jail linger in your mind. Those finding themselves charged with a criminal offense need answers.  

As a former prosecutor, I have handled hundreds and hundreds of criminal cases. Now, as a defense attorney, I use my vast knowledge of criminal law for the benefit of my clients.  I have handled criminal cases from the lowest level of misdemeanors to the highest level of felonies.  When you hire me to take your case, you can have confidence that you are hiring a highly competent, innovative, and hard working attorney.

Don't Face the Unknown Alone.

Driving Under the Influence

As a former prosecutor and now as an experienced defense attorney, I have handled thousands of D.U.I. cases. At The Nash Law Office, I represent individuals from all walks of life in their criminal matters.  If you have been charged with a D.U.I., I am the right attorney to address your charge.  

As a former assistant district attorney, I have been on the other side of the aisle; I know what the prosecutor is looking for and how to address his or her concerns.  I am adept at negotiation and skilled in the courtroom.

Pennsylvania D.U.I Law:

In Pennsylvania, your blood alcohol contact level (BAC) plays a monumental role in determining potential fines, jail time, and license suspensions you may be facing.  If you have a BAC of .08 percent or higher, you are considered "intoxicated" for D.U.I. purposes.  If you are a minor, a BAC of .02 or greater can constitute intoxication.  Consequences for D.U.I. are more serious for higher BAC levels and for multiple offenses.

Consequences Of D.U.I. Convictions:

If you are a first time offender with no criminal history, it's possible that you may face jail, fines, and license suspensions.  However, you may be eligible for a program where you charge is dismissed in exchange for community service and supervision. If you have been charged with multiple D.U.I.s, the consequences are more severe. A second time offender faces increased jail time, mandatory jail time and/or house arrest.  A third offense may be considered a felony and carry with it a prolonged period of jail time.

If you have been charged with a DUI, give yourself the best chance of minimizing consequences by hiring an experienced attorney to handle your defense.  

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