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DUI & DWI Attorneys In Doylestown Pa.

Law enforcement may pull over any driver they suspect to be driving under the influence and subject them to a field sobriety test, as well as ask permission for chemical testing.

Operating a vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol is illegal in every state. The crime can be referred to as driving under the influence (DUI), operating under the influence (OUI), driving while intoxicated (DWI), or operating a motor vehicle intoxicated (OMVI). Regardless of name, it’s illegal for a person to operate a car, motorcycle, truck, commercial vehicle or, sometimes, even a bicycle if their abilities are compromised by the influence of prescription medication, alcohol, or illicit drugs. This can be measured by established DUI standards, like blood-alcohol concentration (BAC).

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DUI Laws

DUI Offence Basics

Field Sobriety and Chemical Tests

Refusing a Field Sobriety Test and Chemical Test

“Per Se” and “Zero Tolerance” Laws

DUI Convictions

Plea Bargains

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