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We Defend Pennsylvania DUI Charges in Philadelphia, Montgomery, Chester, Delaware, Bucks, Lehigh, Northampton, Lackawanna, Carbon, Luzerne and Monroe Counties.
If you've been arrested for a Pennsylvania DUI, it's important to hire an experienced attorney who understand PA DUI laws and will fight for your rights. The Pennsylvania DUI lawyers of Levow DWI Law are a group of four lawyers dedicated to DUI DWI defense. We are trained and qualified in the roadside field testing by the same government organization that trains the police, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Evan Levow is one of only a handful of attorneys in the state certified as an instructor in field sobriety testing. This means he is qualified to teach police officers how to administer the field tests you may have taken. We are going to know if something was done improperly with your field sobriety testing. That may be one way to weaken the state's case against you. We have advanced training in breath and blood testing, and will thoroughly evaluate your Pennsylvania DUI charge to determine your best defense and course of action. Clients don't hire us to hold their hands and plead them guilty - clients hire us to fight their cases and give them the best possible advice on how to proceed in their situation. There are many challenges that can be made to a DUI charge. Please call us today for a for a free evaluation and to discuss your case.
Levow DWI Law DWI Attorney Zachary Cooper has been selected as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyers Rising Star, for outstanding young lawyers, as seen in Philadelphia Magazine, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014. No more than 2.5% of the lawyers in a state are named to the Super Lawyers Rising Stars List. Zachary Cooper was also selected for Suburban Life Magazine’s 2012 Awesome Attorneys Report, recognizing those lawyers "who go above and beyond to meet clients’ needs, from the suburbs to the heart of Center City." Mr. Cooper has received Martindale Hubbell’s® highest rating for legal ability and ethics: AV® Preeminent™
WARNING! If you refused to take a breath, blood or urine test after being arrested for a Pennsylvania DUI, your license will be suspended for a period of not less than one year. You should take immediate action if you refused the chemical test. Contact the Pennsylvania DUI lawyers at Levow DWI Law for proper evaluation. The arresting officer must forward a Notice of Refusal (DL-26 Form), to inform Pennsylvania Department of Transportation of operator's refusal. Once received, PennDOT forwards a license suspension order within (30) days from date of correspondence. The operator has this time period, (30 days from correspondence date), to appeal to civil proceeding.
Pennsylvania DUI laws are stricter than ever. You need the help of an experienced Pennsylvania DUI defense lawyer to help you try to avoid the harsh consequences of a drunk driving arrest. The Pennsylvania DUI attorneys at Levow DWI Law will devote the kind of personal attention to your case that you need to resolve it.
If you've been arrested for a Pennsylvania DUI, you may not know what to do first, particularly if this is your first experience with the criminal justice system. You're not the only driver to be unnerved by a DUI investigation - one minute you're driving, and then suddenly you're outside of your car along a busy street or freeway. The attorneys at Levow DWI Law will help you navigate the state's complex criminal justice system and ensure that every aspect of your drunk driving case is skillfully addressed.
You may wonder if there's any point in fighting your case. After all, the district attorney wouldn't be pursuing a drunk driving case against you without having all the evidence needed to convict you, right? That's a valid assumption, but it's not fully accurate. The Pennsylvania DUI attorneys at Levow DWI Law have successfully fought many drunk driving charges and helped their clients to avoid the substantial repercussions of a driving under the influence conviction.
If you're like many drivers arrested for DUI, you may worry that your blood or breath test that showed a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08 percent or greater means that a conviction is inevitable. However, The attorneys at Levow DWI Law will challenge your chemical test result and attempt to create reasonable doubt in your alleged guilt.
Pennsylvania DUI laws are extremely complex, and the lawyers at Levow DWI Law have the advanced scientific and legal knowledge you need to aggressively fight your drunk driving charge.
The consequences of a Pennsylvania DUI conviction can negatively impact every aspect of your life, but they don't have to. It's entirely possible to successfully fight a drunk driving charge. That's why it's important to hire a qualified PA DUI lawyer. The Pennsylvania DUI attorneys at Levow DWI Law will thoroughly evaluate your case and begin devising an aggressive defense strategy to your drunk driving charge during a free consultation.
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