DWI & DUI LAWYER
DWI / DUI Charges in Pennsylvania
With your livelihood at stake, and the increased penalties for driving under the influence (DUI), choose an experienced DUI lawyer to properly evaluate your case, and explain the possible DUI sentencing implications. The Law Office of Andrew Gay, Jr. will review all police documents with you and prepare your best trial strategy.
In Philadelphia County, you must consider non-trial options, such as Treatment Court for those with prior DUI/DWI convictions. In Philadelphia and the surrounding counties, there are County and State Intermediate Punishment (IP) Programs available to help you avoid many of the penalties associated with a DUI conviction.
Due to recent changes in the DUI law, Pennsylvania has dramatically increased penalties for driving under the influence (DUI). A DUI conviction will seriously impact your personal life and employment, including possible jail, fines, license suspensions and the requirement of an interlock device in your car following the restoration of your license. If you have one or more prior convictions for DUI in the previous ten years, the consequences are even more severe.
If your license is suspended due to a DUI conviction, Andrew Gay, Jr., will verify whether you are eligible for Ignition Interlock Limited License (IILL).
If you are experiencing a first arrest and no one was injured, we will ensure you have the option of participating in Pennsylvania’s Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) Program, allowing you to avoid prosecution for your DUI arrest, and have it expunged from your record.
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Speaker: Andrew Gay, Jr., Philadelphia Criminal Defense Lawyer
“I believe that what people look for in a criminal defense lawyer is someone who’s really going to be on their side. Someone who they know is going to conduct that investigation for them. Someone who they know is going to keep in touch with them about how their case is progressing and what they’re looking at. They want to know how likely is it that they’re going to have a favorable result here.
One thing that I truly believe that I do differently from other lawyers is that I spend the time with a client to truly talk about their problem. I really do concentrate every single day on returning all calls that come into my office. I make myself accessible.
If you’re facing real serious charges, then of course you’re going to want your lawyer to explain to you what could possibly happen. I’m going to walk you through the bail process, to coming in for an interview to prepare for your preliminary hearing to handle the preliminary hearing and any subsequent hearings that happen after that right up to trial.
You need to know what to expect next. You need to know what to expect in the short run and you need to know how long the process is going to take. And you also need to know what it is that your lawyer’s going to do to prepare for your trial.
To get out of bed at 3:30 or 4 in the morning is ordinary for me and what drives me to do that is trial preparation wins every single day out of the week.
I want to hear from a client. I want to hear what happened. I want to hear their perspective on things and I want their thoughts to be incorporated into how the case is handled.
I never let up on my preparation. I don’t ever let up on my investigation and right up until the time of trial, I’m always prepared to win.”
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