The attorneys at the McShane Law Firm in Pennsylvania use the Pennsylvania DUI Blog to share detailed and relevant discussion regarding DUI and related charges in Pennsylvania. The McShane Firm is based in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, where Chairman/CEO Justin McShane specializes in using forensic science in his practice of DUI and criminal law. The firm’s team of attorneys have over 31 years of combined experience in both criminal and civil law.
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One of the aspects of my job that I really enjoy is explaining the science of Blood Alcohol Concentration and/or reported levels of Drugs of Abuse to normal everyday folks, judges, jurors, prosecutors and even fellow attorneys. One of the most common questions I get asked is in the area of gas...
CNN and CBS news analyst Lisa Bloom interviews Pennsylvania DUI Lawyer Justin McShane on DUID and Marijuana
CNN and CBS news analyst Lisa Bloom interviews Pennsylvania DUI Lawyer Justin J McShane about Driving Under the Influence of Drugs, Marijuana metabolites, second hand marijuana smoke and the importance of pharmacology in DUID cases. -Justin J....
One popular "solution" to the DUI problem is to toughen the laws and make harsher penalties. Here in Pennsylvania, that still wouldn't work because of shoddy police work. All it will do is lead to more truly factually or legally not guilty citizens among us being convicted and...
?Interesting article that shows how creative people are getting with Twitter. How drunk is SXSW? Follow the tweeting breathalyzer Combine a mass of Internet-obsessed geeks and alcohol, and what do you get? Aside from some very awkward social situations, the natural offspring is a...
Every Friday we will take a look at some of the most commonly asked questions about Pennsylvania DUI so that we can clear up any misconceptions and provide you with the most up-to-date and accurate information. Today: I consulted with one of the lawyers in your firm and he...
It is amazing to me how a Pennsylvania DUI is the only crime or charge that someone can be convicted of solely based on an opinion of another person. What I mean by that is that a police officer is frequently called upon during the course of a trial to render his layperson opinion (not an expert...
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania along with state and local police are all trying to make our roadways safer...or so they claim. Once again the evident hypocrisy is crystal clear when it comes to Pennsylvania DUI. Decision on DUI frustrates officials A local case of a man found asleep in...
Drunk driving is a serious problem in Pennsylvania and across the country. Like most of us, I also wish that people would not make the choice of getting behind the wheel while they are drunk. To battle this, many people are willing to adopt "any means necessary" to eliminate...
Another example of how a corrupt and over-zealous prosecutor can ruin lives: Jabbar Collins, wrongfully convicted of murdering rabbi 15 years ago, won't be retried: DA's office The Brooklyn district attorney's office won't retry a man wrongfully convicted of murdering a rabbi 15 years...
In Pennsylvania, Implied Consent means that you agree to submit to a chemical test if you are ever asked to do so by a police officer. When you go to renew your driving license, it is one of the forms you will have to sign. It is known by a couple of different names: the...