Criminal Law


Drunk driving is one of the biggest problems we face as a society today. Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is illegal in all 50 states. In Pennsylvania, it is illegal for anyone operating a motor vehicle to have a blood alcohol content (BAC) of 0.08 percent or above. Several reports and studies show that people are significantly more likely to die in an accident when alcohol is involved. Pennsylvania has lower BAC limits for commercial drivers (.04 percent) and has a “zero tolerance” or .02 percent BAC for drivers under the age of 21. Pennsylvania law also includes controlled substances such as marijuana, cocaine, inhalants and other intoxicants. But whatever the extent of the charges, the important issue here is what action you should take regarding your incident. 

• Underage Drinking
• Drug Delivery
• Possession of an illegal substance
• Theft, Robbery, Burglary
• Aggravated Assault, Simple Assault, Resisting Arrest
• Firearms violations, Possession of Instrument of Crime