Efficient Legal Defense For DUI Charges
If you were charged with driving under the influence (DUI) in Pennsylvania, don’t ignore the matter or simply plead guilty. The consequences of a conviction can be severe and long-lasting. Depending on your intoxication level and driving record, they can include jail time, very steep fines and the loss of your driver’s license.
At Decker Bradburn, Attorneys at Law, we are here to effectively represent Penn State students and other individuals charged with drunk driving. Our State College DUI defense lawyers are experienced with:
- Driver’s license issues — We can help you defend or regain your driving privileges after a DUI arrest.
- Driving under the influence of drugs — If you have been charged with drugged driving, our attorneys can help you push back against the charges. You cannot be convicted without sufficient evidence.
- Breath, blood and urine testing — We can help you assert your rights, including the right to refuse a roadside breath test.
- Field sobriety tests — These tests can be highly subjective. We know how to challenge prosecutors who try to use them against you.
We know how to take advantage of any procedural errors or flaws in the prosecution’s case. Our ultimate goal is to get your DUI charge dismissed outright. If that is not possible, we may be able to mitigate the impact through the accelerated rehabilitative disposition (ARD) program.
It’s Vital To Protect Your Good Name
While a DUI charge may not seem very serious right now, it’s critical to consider the future impact of a conviction. The job market is challenging enough for recent college graduates, but a criminal conviction on your record can make employment prospects even more elusive. When deciding between two resumes touting identical skill sets, an employer will always choose the applicant with the cleaner record.
Don’t Wait — Call For A Free Consultation
Learn more about how the attorneys at Decker Bradburn can diligently defend you against drunk driving charges and other criminal offenses in Pennsylvania. Simply call our State College office at 814-470-8023 or email our office today for a confidential consultation.