A person arrested under Title 75 of the Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Code for driving under the influence will generally be involved in two cases. First, there is the criminal case. If found guilty, a person may face jail time, fines, mandatory alcohol education programs, and the loss of driving privileges. In addition, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDot) will try to take away a person’s the driver’s license in a separate action.

Under Pennsylvania’s DUI law, the punishment for a DUI depends upon whether it is a first, second, or third conviction, and is also based upon a person’s blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level. Punishment under Pennsylvania’s DUI law is divided into three levels, one for people who drive with blood alcohol content from .08 to .099%, another for blood alcohol levels from .10 to .159%, with the most severe punishment for persons with a BAC level higher than .16%.

Attorney Aaron Holt understands how a DUI conviction can change a person’s life, never forgetting that our most important goal is obtaining the best results for our clients, whether that means fighting procedural battles or representing our clients before a judge or jury. We work hard for our clients, explaining their options and keeping them updated about the status of their cases.

When you need an attorney in Central Pennsylvania to represent you against charges of driving under the influence, contact Holt Law. To arrange a consultation, please give us a call at 717-562-1777.