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Bucks County License Suspensions Lawyer

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Located in Doylestown and Langhorne, Pennsylvania | Bucks County DUI Attorney

One of the penalties for a second or third drunk driving conviction in Pennsylvania is a driver's license suspension for either 12 or 18 months, and some cases, for five years. The length of time your license will be suspended is dependent on the number of prior DUIs, the level of your blood alcohol content (BAC), and whether or not you refused testing. It is important to have a seasoned Bucks County DUI attorney help you preserve your driving privileges or reduce the amount of time your license is suspended.

At the Law Offices of Richard R. Fink, our criminal defense attorney has decades of experience, including seven years as the Chief Public Defender in Bucks County. He uses his knowledge and experience to help clients fight driver's license suspensions.

Serving Bensalem, Fairless Hills, Newtown, Richboro, Bucks County, Montgomery County & Surrounding

Experienced, with a widely-known reputation as a highly-regarded criminal defense lawyer, Richard R. Fink defends DUI charges and license suspension actions in Bucks County, Montgomery County, Lehigh County and throughout Pennsylvania, in State and Federal Courts. Contact us online or at 215-741-1212.

For a first offense DUI, the focus is frequently, but not always, on treatment rather than punishment. Only an experienced attorney can tell you how your case will be handled by the prosecution.

A second or third offense DUI, can result in up to five years in prison , with mandatory minimum sentences of 90 days or one year in prison. We sort out which penalties you are facing and how to best defend against it. The license suspension period, normally 12 months can become, for a fourth DUI, either 12 or 18 months, depending on the level of Blood Alcohol Content.

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Drivers of commercial vehicles convicted of DUIs face a one year prohibition against operating commercial vehicles — even if the DUI stop was made while you were driving your personal auto! Minors convicted of underage DUI will have their licenses suspended for up to six months after a first offense.

If the government is attempting to suspend your license for refusing to take a blood test, contact us immediately so that we can file an appeal of the suspension. We seek special licenses, such as an occupational driver's license or limited license, so you can continue to drive.

For more information about DUI license penalties or to schedule an appointment with our Bucks County DUI attorney, contact the Law Offices of Richard R. Fink at 215-741-1212.

Free initial consultations are available. 24/7 service. We accept major credit cards.


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Bucks County License Suspension Lawyer

THE LAW OFFICES OF RICHARD R. FINK

Located in Doylestown and Langhorne, Pennsylvania | Bucks County DUI Attorney

One of the penalties for a second or third drunk driving conviction in Pennsylvania is a driver's license suspension for either 12 or 18 months, and some cases, for five years. The length of time your license will be suspended is dependent on the number of prior DUIs, the level of your blood alcohol content (BAC), and whether or not you refused testing. It is important to have a seasoned Bucks County DUI attorney help you preserve your driving privileges or reduce the amount of time your license is suspended.

At the Law Offices of Richard R. Fink, our criminal defense attorney has decades of experience, including seven years as the Chief Public Defender in Bucks County. He uses his knowledge and experience to help clients fight driver's license suspensions.

Serving Bensalem, Fairless Hills, Newtown, Richboro, Bucks County, Montgomery County & Surrounding

Experienced, with a widely-known reputation as a highly-regarded criminal defense lawyer, Richard R. Fink defends DUI charges and license suspension actions in Bucks County, Montgomery County, Lehigh County and throughout Pennsylvania, in State and Federal Courts. Contact us online or at 215-741-1212.

For a first offense DUI, the focus is frequently, but not always, on treatment rather than punishment. Only an experienced criminal defense attorney can tell you how your case will be handled by the prosecution.

A second or third offense DUI, can result in up to five years in prison , with mandatory minimum sentences of 90 days or one year in prison. We sort out which penalties you are facing and how to best defend against it. The license suspension period, normally 12 months can become, for a fourth DUI, either 12 or 18 months, depending on the level of Blood Alcohol Content.

bucks county DUI attorney

Drivers of commercial vehicles convicted of DUIs face a one year prohibition against operating commercial vehicles — even if the DUI stop was made while you were driving your personal auto! Minors convicted of underage DUI will have their licenses suspended for up to six months after a first offense.

If the government is attempting to suspend your license for refusing to take a blood test, contact us immediately so that we can file an appeal of the suspension. We seek special licenses, such as an occupational driver's license or limited license, so you can continue to drive.

Practicing DUI Law in Bucks County for Over 40 Years

For more information about DUI license penalties or to schedule an appointment with our Bucks County DUI attorney, contact the Law Offices of Richard R. Fink at 215-741-1212.

Free initial consultations are available. 24/7 service. We accept major credit cards.


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