School Board Member Charged with DUI

Posted By Rogan Law || 8-Jan-2012

Drinking and driving is one of the most serious and common criminal offenses in our country. Police officers are ever vigilent patrolling the streets to ensure that intoxicated drivers don't endanger the public and fellow motorists. Pennsylvania law establishes a .08% BAC (Blood Alcohol Content) threshold for criminal prosecution for Driving Under the Influence (DUI).

The Scranton Times-Tribune reports that a local school board member was charged with DUI. The police report charges the board member with having a BAC between .10 - .16, with careless driving, and with failing to signal.

If you have been charged with DUI or careless driving, then you need to defend your rights today! Breathalyzer devices are often the sole evidence supporting a charge for DUI and may be innaccurate Don't let the heavy hand of the law take away your driving privileges and your hard-earned money without a fight Hire a NEPA defense attorney today to fight the charges.

A Wilkes-Barre criminal defense lawyer will ensure that your rights are protected! If you are charged with a DUI and want to fight the charges then hire a Pittston defense attorney at Rogan Law today!

Categories: DUI, Legal Rights