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Pennsylvania DUI

Pennsylvania DUI

Act 24, which lowered Pennsylvania’s legal limit of alcohol from .10 to .08, was signed into law on September 30, 2003. The new Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Law creates a tiered approach toward DUI enforcement and treatment, and includes many changes to the penalties, terms of suspension, fines and other requirements. The combination of an individual’s Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) level, and prior offenses, determines the licensing requirements and penalties. The new law focuses on treatment for first-time DUI offenders, rather than strictly punishment and suspension.

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Geoffrey S. McInroy has been serving the legal needs of his clients in Central Pennsylvania as a criminal lawyer for more than thirteen years with extensive knowledge and experience in trial litigation in both state and federal courts.