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Getting Around Following a DUI Conviction

Although it may be tempting to drive with a suspended license after your DUI, it simply is not worth it. Penalties for driving under suspension include a $500 fine plus mandatory jail time of 60 to 90 days because the original offense causing revocation was alcohol-related. If you are under the influence of alcohol and caught driving with a suspended license, the penalties are stiffer.

Pennsylvania bus driver facing drunk driving and other charges

Police in Pennsylvania recently arrested a school bus driver who they say was operating a bus while impaired. She is charged with drunk driving. She is also facing a child endangerment charge, as a student was in the vehicle with her. According to reports, at approximately 6 p.m., May 15, police initiated a traffic stop with a Crestwood School District bus due to a broken

DUI conviction and employment background screening

A DUI conviction can alter your life in many ways, such as making it more difficult to secure a job in the future. Since most employers in today’s world conduct background checks, there’s a very good chance they’ll see the DUI on your record. While this doesn’t necessarily mean you won’t get the job, it can definitely work against you. This is particularly true if

Pennsylvania has serious penalties for drunk driving

Have you been charged with driving under the influence of alcohol? Is so, you may be wondering what this means for your future. Drunk driving is a serious offense in Pennsylvania. If convicted, the potential penalties can have a significant impact on your life. According to current state laws, the severity of DUI penalties are determined by your blood-alcohol level, the number of offenses currently

When business partners go through a divorce

Are you married to your business partner? If so, a divorce can mean big changes for both your personal and professional lives. Since the well-being of your company and employees is on the line, it’s imperative that you know which steps to take and the types of mistakes to avoid in the weeks and months to come. Here are a few things to keep in

Drunk driving: Know your rights regarding DUI checkpoints

Summer is quickly approaching, and you know what that means — more DUI checkpoints are on the way. In Pennsylvania, these checkpoints to check for drunk driving are legal and are commonly seen over the summer, as there seems to be a connection between warmer weather, summer holidays and driving while impaired. While the intention behind these checkpoints is good, they can result in arrests

Drunk driving thought responsible for crash that injured 2

A young man in Pennsylvania has found himself facing criminal charges following a recent incident in Pittsburgh. This gentleman is accused of hitting a pedestrian with his motorcycle, causing his passenger to suffer injuries and leaving the scene of the accident. Authorities believe that drunk driving was behind this event. According to a recent news report, on Saturday, April 21, a 20-year-old male was operating

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