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Detailing how alcohol gets into your lungs

If there is one image that has become the universal symbol of drunk driving, it is a person standing on the side of the road blowing into a hand-held breath measurement device. You are likely aware that in most states (Pennsylvania included) the legal blood-alcohol content limit is .08. Yet one question that many who come to see us here at the Marros Law Office have after having been arrested for driving under the influence is why do authorities rely on the breath measurement to determine the alcohol content in the blood? 

What is an accidental firearm discharge?

As a Pennsylvanian resident and a gun owner, you know that practicing gun safety is the key to avoiding injuries, incidents and breaking the law. However, some may argue that accidents can happen regardless of your intentions. What should you know about accidental firearm discharge? Can you still get in trouble for misfires? Is an accidental discharge considered negligence?

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