Defense For Multiple DUI Offenders

Both Pennsylvania and New Jersey have mandatory minimum penalties for multiple driving under the influence (DUI), driving while impaired (DWI) and driving after imbibing (DAI) charges. Unlike with a first offense, these penalties cannot be reduced or eliminated by completing a rehabilitation program.

If you or a loved was arrested for second or third drunk driving offense, you need an experienced criminal law and DUI defense attorney to provide an aggressive defense on your behalf.

At Hark and Hark, we have more than 15 years of experience representing clients in over 1,000 DUI cases. Our criminal defense lawyers understand the laws and how to protect our clients’ rights from pretrial to verdict.

We will investigate the case against you, question the police officer who arrested you or concluded you were drunk driving, and challenge the accuracy of field sobriety tests and breath or blood tests.

With Hark and Hark, you receive quality legal advice from an attorney who is dedicated to protecting your rights and freedom. Call us today to arrange a free consultation with an experienced and aggressive New Jersey and Pennsylvania DUI defense lawyer.

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Information About Pennsylvania’s DUI Treatment Court For Multiple DUI offenses

Were you charged with your second or third DUI? Is your criminal record clear of violent crimes? If so, you may qualify for Pennsylvania’s DUI treatment court. This court offers a program for multiple DUI offenders to help them be sober and productive members of society. Attending the program may reduce your mandatory jail sentence.

See our web pages about the Intermediate Punishment programs in Chester County and Montgomery County.

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To learn more about the DUI treatment court or other possible ways to reduce some of the consequences of multiple DUI offenses, contact Hark and Hark online or call our 24-hour hotline at 1-877-4-HARK-LAW (1-877-442-7552).

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