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What is the one-leg stand test?

If you have ever wondered exactly what happens when a person is asked to perform a field sobriety test by officers, you are not alone. Many people in Pennsylvania have heard stories about these tests or maybe even seen some versions of them portrayed on television or in movies but they may not fully understand what is involved.

Will a breathalyzer test get you convicted?

Residents of Pennsylvania must abide by the law of implied consent. Implied consent determines that if you are driving, you have implied that you will consent to any breath analysis test if an officer decides to administer one. While some people may think it's better to refuse taking this test, Marros Law Office will show to you why that's not the best decision.

Are field tests for drunk driving accurate?

If you are like most people in Pennsylvania who have been arrested for and charged with drunk driving, you will want to understand how you might defend yourself in this situation. It may well seem that you have few rights but the reality is that you always have the right to a defense when facing criminal charges as this is a fundamental tenet of the criminal justice system. 

What is the ARD program?

If you've been charged with DUI-related crimes in Pennsylvania, you may have heard that there are programs available to help clear your record. Marros Law Office is here to guide you as you learn more about your options, including the ARD program.

The tools used to determine if you are DUI

Pennsylvania residents who are under suspicion of drinking while driving will usually be subjected to two different types of tests: field sobriety tests and breathalyzer tests. These tests are crucial to law enforcement officers, who use them to determine what a person's charges should be.

How fast does your body metabolize alcohol?

Imagine that while driving through York, you are stopped by a law enforcement officer. You did have a drink a few hours past, yet felt as though you waited a sufficient amount of time for it to not affect your judgment or your driving abilities. When asked to take a breathalyzer test, however, you register a blood-alcohol content reading of 0.08 percent, which you know is enough to be arrested for DUI. Yet an hour later, a blood test is administered which shows your BAC to be 0.02. You see this as proof that the earlier test was wrong. Your arresting officer, however, says that your body has just metabolized the alcohol in that time. Is that possible? 

Decisions to make if you are stopped on the Fourth

If you’re into celebrating the Fourth of July holiday at a lake or campsite, chances are there is going to be alcohol involved. After all, what’s a barbeque on a hot summer day without a cold one. Also what’s a fireworks show without a nice glass of wine. Indeed, many people who enjoy the holiday will have a drink or two, but what happens when it is time to go home?

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