Monday, January 16, 2012


If you have been charged with a DUI, DWI or DAI in Pennsylvania and are considering accepting the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) Program but would like to know a little more about what implications this will have on your Driver's License, the following tips will give you a better idea as to what general guidelines the courts use:

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Generally, if your BAC was less than .10%, you will not face a license suspension unless other factors are involved. 

If you BAC was .10% - to less than .16%, you may have a 30 day suspension of your driver's license unless other factors are involved.

If your BAC was .16% and higher, you may have a 60 day suspension unless other factors are involved.

Contact Attorney Paletta to learn more and schedule your initial consultation today!