Attorneys to Fight Drunk Driving Arrest in Springfiled, PA and the surrounding area.
Have you been pulled over, arrested and accused of driving and driving? If so, you are likely feeling intimidated and unsure of what to do next.
At Giribaldi & Manaras, P.C., based in Media, we help clients in Delaware County, Chester County, Montgomery County and throughout Greater Philadelphia area fight DUI or driving under the influence charges. If you have been charged with driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated (DWI), contact us right away to schedule a free initial consultation.
Examining All of the Issues in Detail
Although Pennsylvania DUI/DWI laws seem deceptively simple, navigating through its defenses is difficult. Mandatory minimum sentences and license suspension periods are based on the defendant’s measured blood alcohol content (BAC), the presence of illegal drugs in his or her system, and any prior convictions. Because it all seems straightforward, some attorneys advertise for DUI cases, even though their legal focus is not criminal defense.
There is many factors that go into a DUI/DWI case than most people realize. In fact, not all tests are dependable, not all roadblocks are legal and not all evidence is what it seems to be. Recently, courts have even challenged the validity of results from breath tests used by the State Police. You need an attorney that knows the changes and how it may affect your rights.
The criminal defense attorneys at our firm are familiar with the standardized field sobriety tests developed by the National Highway Safety Administration. We can identify which of these are valid and whether the test was administered properly by the police who arrested you. We are also familiar with the proper administration of breathalyzer tests.
Accelerative Rehabilitative Disposition
If you are a first-time DUI/DWI offender, we will work hard to help you get into the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) program. As an alternative to trial, this intervention program is designed for non-violent offenders with no criminal record.
After completing the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition program within 12 months, you will have no criminal conviction. The criminal defense attorneys may be able to expunge the arrest from your record.
Contact Us Today
If you are facing DUI charges, we will mount an aggressive defense strategy. Contact us to get an experienced aggressive Pennsylvania DUI/DWI lawyer working on your side.