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Pennsylvania’s DUI laws are complex and you should have an experienced attorney help guide you through them. DUI enforcement is a combination of both civil (driver’s license/PennDot privileges) and criminal (punishment/incarceration) law. Additionally, a recent decision issued by the United States Supreme Court in a case named Birchfield v. North Dakota has significantly impacted Pennsylvania’s DUI laws. You need an attorney highly trained and experienced in DUI enforcement to ensure the best possible outcome for your specific case.
If you’re reading this, then you or a loved one have most likely been arrested and/or charged with a DUI. You have a lot of questions about what happened, and what is going to happen in the future.
- Did the police officer have enough information to legally arrest me for DUI?
- Did I voluntarily consent to the breath and/or blood test?
- If I refused to submit to a test what does that mean for my case?
- Am I going to jail?
The answers, of course, depend on your specific situation. There are many factors that must be taken into consideration and analyzed. You need a properly trained DUI lawyer to determine the best course of action for you.
Why Choose Anthony L. Ciuca As Your Pennsylvania DUI Attorney
I prosecuted approximately 1,000 DUI cases during my tenure as an Assistant District Attorney. I have handled every aspect of a DUI case, including search warrants, preliminary hearings, arraignments, pretrial suppression motions, guilty pleas, trials, sentencings, post sentence motions and appeals. My vast DUI experience means that I understand what you’re facing, and you can trust my informed judgment. The stakes are high, so take advantage of my experience by using it to protect yourself against the Commonwealth’s DUI charges.