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Pennsylvania DUI

If you are involved in a DUI auto accident it is important to hire the right Philadelphia criminal lawyer to help you navigate through the difficulties of the charge. A DUI car accident in Philadelphia can lead to many questions regarding liability.

Charged with a DUI or accident involving drunk driving in Pennsylvania? Contact the Philadelphia criminal lawyers of KMKM Law Group, P.C. Our team of Philadelphia lawyers will explain how the charge applies to your particular matter and provide you with the utmost professional and aggressive criminal defense. Our lawyers will provide you with a better understanding of the Pennsylvania DUI charge and provide you with excellent support and legal service during this difficult time, fighting aggressively to make sure that your freedom is protected.

The State of Pennsylvania prohibits the operation of a motor vehicle by a driver with .08 percent or above blood alcohol concentration (BAC). The .08 BAC limit is the standard measurement used across the U.S. for an "impaired" driver. 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. The Pennsylvania law also includes controlled substances such as marijuana, cocaine, inhalants and other intoxicants.

Pennsylvania has an "Implied Consent" law. This law means that all drivers on the roadways of Pennsylvania agree to submit to a chemical test of their blood, breath or urine if an officer of the law suspects that they are under the influence of drugs, alcohol or both. If you refuse to submit to such a test, your drivers license will be suspended for one year on the first refusal. You are considered guilty of a DUI if you refuse a test and each time you refuse this test the penalty increases. Like many states, the refusal to submit to testing often brings on harsher penalties than an actual DUI.

When you need a Pennsylvania lawyer who understands the trials and tribulations that come with a DUI or drunk driving accident, contact KMKM LAW GROUP, P.C. We are available 24/7 to answer all of your questions regarding your DUI. Call us today at 215-423-5500 to get information about your particular case.


Call us today at 215-423-5500 to get information about your particular case.

When you need a Pennsylvania Criminal Defense Lawyer contact KMKM LAW GROUP, P.C., to find out about your options concerning your DUI Case.