POLITICIANS DON’T GET ELECTED BY MAKING THE LAWS MORE REASONABLE
Have you ever heard a political election ad where a politician talks about the laws being too harsh? Have you ever heard politicians saying, “boy, these laws are really tough on everyday hardworking people so let’s make the laws more lenient and reasonable?”
Politicians will never make the laws more lenient! It the exact opposite. Politicians are always looking to make headlines by making the laws more severe. They are always trying to impose much tougher penalties. That is exactly what the politicians are doing with the Pennsylvania DUI laws.
If you need any further proof that laws are politically charged, then take a look at the discrepancy between DUI laws and distracted driving laws. Both are dangerous and lead to many accidents and deaths.
For a DUI you are looking at license suspension, thousands in fines, and possible jail time. For distracted driving it’s a $50 fine and no points on your license.
Follow our blog postings where Mike Sherman Law will explain how the Pennsylvania DUI laws have just become a lot tougher!
On December 23, 2018, there will be sweeping changes to Pennsylvania’s DUI laws. For the first time, there will be a FELONY DUI offense. You need to stay up to date with this information.
If you have been charged with a DUI, you need to get the right attorney, especially if you are facing a felony DUI. A felony conviction will severely impact the rest of your life. When the stakes are high, get the experienced attorney who isn’t afraid to fight for you. Call Mike Sherman now.
Why Mike Sherman?
- Mike Sherman is a former attorney for the Pennsylvania State Police. He knows both sides of the law and uses that knowledge to benefit his clients.
- Mike Sherman wrote “the” Pennsylvania textbook on Pennsylvania DUI law, Driving Under the Influence Law and Practice.
- He has advanced scientific training on the chemistry of drugs and alcohol and can challenge mistakes that the government may make in their evidence.
- His knowledge of science and case law is widely respected throughout Pennsylvania. He often speaks at conferences and seminars to teach other attorneys how to handle these cases.
If you are facing a serious DUI charge, don’t delay. Call now to set up your free consultation at (412) 471-5000.