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Law Offices of James Crosby

Occupational and Probationary Limited Licenses

If you’ve lost your driver’s license because of a traffic violation, DUI, or another suspension in Pennsylvania, one of the first concerns you likely have is about getting to work each day. Even when your license is revoked, you may have options for getting a license to get to and from work or drive during certain hours.
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Appeals Process

Commencing an appeal with the Pennsylvania DMV (also known as PennDOT) can be a harrowing experience. Whether you recently lost your license due to excessive speeding or a DUI offense, loss of driving privileges can result in the inability to travel to and from work and/or school.
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Breathalyzer, Blood, Urine, Field and Sobriety Tests

Just because a breathalyzer, blood, or urine test indicates you have a blood alcohol content (BAC) above the legal limit does not necessarily mean that: 1) it’s accurate; 2) the officer was legally justified in giving you the test; 3) the test was conducted properly; and 4) the results are admissible in court.
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DUI Penalties

If convicted for drunk driving in Pennsylvania, you could have your license suspended, you could be fined, and you could even be sent to jail. Additionally, if you’ve been convicted of a DUI offense within the last ten years, you will be required to install an ignition interlock device on your car at your own expense.
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ARD Program

All types of drunk driving charges should be considered serious. If you are charged with a related offense in Pennsylvania, you need to have someone who is working to protect your rights. This person is not going to be a member of law enforcement.
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Multiple DUI Offenses

Having multiple DUI convictions on your record could jeopardize a lot of things in your future. Make no mistake you are facing mandatory jail time and significant license loss.
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First DUI Offense

In the State of Pennsylvania, a DUI conviction can complicate your life in ways most people never imagine. While the penalties for a first-time DUI can include a $300 fine, incarceration, six months probation, a drug and alcohol assessment, and alcohol safety training, there are other consequences to consider as well.
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Common Defenses for DUIs

If you are facing a recent arrest and charge under Pennsylvania’s DUI statute, you are likely experiencing extreme anxiety about how this charge will affect your employment, your family, and your criminal record. The best first step following a DUI arrest is to contact an experienced Pittsburgh DUI lawyer and arrange a meeting as quickly as possible.
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DUI and CDL in Pennsylvania

Once you get a commercial driver’s license (CDL), your job depends on it. In fact, many people make a career out of being a commercial driver. One threat to losing your license could put your entire career in jeopardy, even your ability to drive your personal vehicle.
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Driving Privileges

If you are facing a suspension of your driver’s license, you need an experienced Pittsburgh driver’s license restoration attorney on your side. The loss of a driver’s license can lead to difficulty with employment or school attendance, leaving lasting negative consequences beyond those that simply appear on your driving record.
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