Out Of State DUI Convictions

Charged With DUI in Pennsylvania?

Defending People From Pennsylvania and Other States

Every state has its own DUI/DWI laws. However, the states exchange information on DUI convictions. If you are a visitor to Pennsylvania and you are convicted of DUI in this state, your home state could very well suspend your driving privileges. And if you are convicted for DUI/DWI again anywhere else in the U.S., it will count as an additional conviction, subjecting you to the possibility of enhanced penalties.

Charged With DUI in Pennsylvania?

A DUI conviction in Pennsylvania will result in significant penalties, including a fine, the loss of your driver’s license and possibly a jail sentence.

You should not take risks with your future by making common mistakes in a DUI case. You should obtain legal representation from an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.

Representing People From New Jersey and Other States

Our firm vigorously defends Pennsylvanians and residents of other states who are charged with DUI in Pennsylvania. We will carefully analyze the factual and legal issues in your case, looking for a way to obtain a dismissal of the charge or reduction to a nonalcohol driving offense. Cherry DUI Law, will aggressively defend your rights and freedom every step of the way. During the legal process, we will try to schedule hearings in a way that minimizes the inconvenience to you and your need to return to Pennsylvania.

Have You Been Convicted of DUI in Another State?

If you are a Pennsylvania resident who has been convicted for DUI/DWI in another state, your Pennsylvania driver’s license will be suspended. Our firm can represent you in court, seeking a conditional license that allows you to drive for certain purposes. This license is also referred to as an occupational limited license.

Contact a Lawyer

For a free consultation with an experienced Philadelphia DUI defense lawyer, contact Cherry DUI Law