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Typically, a criminal investigation begins when someone notifies the police or law enforcement officers of an alleged crime. Investigators may question witnesses or they may interview the person accused of committing a crime.

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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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If you are facing state or federal criminal charges, a local criminal attorney can help you during the investigation, arrest, discovery and trial phases of your case. Be careful: proceeding against the government without a lawyer is a surefire way to inadvertently waive your rights and incriminate yourself further.

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If you feel like you have been on your heels recently and are ready to fight back, contact an experienced and aggressive criminal defense attorney at the Law Offices of James Crosby. Based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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If you were recently charged with a felony or misdemeanor crime, you need a Pittsburgh criminal defense lawyer right away. Not only can a qualified criminal defense attorney from the Law Offices of James Crosby shield you from the often ruthless tactics employed by the Commonwealth prosecutors, but he can ensure that your rights are protected from the moment of ...

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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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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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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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