DUI Attorney Warminster PA 18974
DUI Defense Attorney Warminster | Located in Doylestown and Langhorne, Pennsylvania
Drunk driving charges are serious and can affect your life and the lives of your loved ones. With the right criminal defense attorney in the Warminster area you can fight these charges. There are numerous reasons to contest DUI charges; these include driver's license consequences, higher insurance rates, a criminal record, mandatory incarceration, probation and mandatory DUI school. To fight DUI charges effectively, it is important to have an experienced Warminster DUI lawyer who can guide you through the legal process and explore the options available to you. For more info on current drunk driving laws in the state of Pennsylvania click here.
At the Law Offices of Richard R. Fink, our DUI attorney has decades of experience as a criminal defense lawyer, experience that includes seven years as the Chief Public Defender in Bucks County. He understands the local legal system and uses his DUI defense knowledge to help clients obtain the most favorable outcomes possible when facing DUI charges.
Serving Bensalem, Fairless Hills, Newtown, Richboro, Bucks County, Montgomery County & Surrounding
Our Warminster DUI attorney investigates all aspects of a DUI charge, looking for mistakes that the police made in effecting the traffic stop, and any search and seizure problems for the prosecution from an arrest without probable cause or reasonable grounds. DUI Attorney Richard R. Fink has successfully fought DUI charges based on unlawful stops, illegal searches and seizures, and inadequate warnings. He has also been able to contest DUI charges because of problems with the blood or breath tests, including faulty equipment, incorrectly calibrated equipment and lack of adequate training in the use of the equipment, and in many other ways.
Our DUI attorney is committed to seeking alternative penalties for clients who are convicted. In DUI cases, there are a variety of alternatives:
- Work release
- Occupational limited license
- Conditional license
- House arrest
- Intermediate punishment program
- Alcohol treatment/rehabilitation
- Credit for time served
- Diversion programs, such as accelerated rehabilitative disposition (ARD), for first-time offenders
Practicing DUI Law in Warminster for Over 40 Years
Not all clients are eligible for alternative programs. Our Warminster DUI lawyer will advise about the options available.
We handle all types of drunk driving cases, including repeat DUI, DUI resulting in death, driving while license suspended, underage DUI, commercial vehicle DUI, DUI resulting in serious bodily injury or refusal of blood or breath tests.
For more information about DUI or to schedule an appointment at our Langhorne or Doylestown location, 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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DUI Attorney Warminster PA 18974
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