Pittsburgh DUI Lawyer George Heym 

FORMER ALLEGHENY COUNTY DUI PROSECUTOR!

Pittsburgh DUI Attorney George Heym

Pittsburgh DUI Lawyer George Heym presents Pennsylvania DUI driver's

license suspension information.

 
The Law Offices of George Heym 564 Forbes Ave, Suite 810 Pittsburgh, PA 15219 412-521-2628

Refusal to participate in blood or breath test

  Once the police send the necessary refusal paperwork to the Department of Motor Vehicles you will have your license suspended for one year Even if you are not convicted of the DUI.  You will have 30 days from the time you receive notification of the suspension from the DMV to appeal the "refusal" status. If you have received this suspension notice and want to appeal the refusal - CALL IMMEDIATELY!

A Plea of Guilty to, or a conviction for, Pennsylvania DUI will result in the

following license suspensions.

  Blood Alcohol Content below .10%   The first DUI may carry no license suspension in certain cases. The second or subsequent DUI will result in a 12 month license suspension. Blood Alcohol Content greater than .10% and less than .16%    The first and second DUI's will result in a 12 month license suspension.  The third or subsequent DUI will result in an 18 month license suspension. Blood Alcohol Content greater than .16%   The first DUI will result in a 12 month license suspension. The second or subsequent DUI will result in an 18 month license suspension.

Occupational Limited License (O.L.L.) also known as a "bread and butter license".

  According to Pennsylvania Statute, a person whose license is suspended and has no more than one prior DUI may be eligible for an O.L.L. after serving a portion of their suspension. However, the D.M.V. has currently ruled that even one prior DUI conviction may make you ineligible for an O.L.L.  
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Pittsburgh DUI Lawyer George Heym

presents Pennsylvania DUI driver's license

suspension information.

 

Refusal to participate in blood or breath test

  Once the police send the necessary refusal paperwork to the Department of Motor Vehicles you will have your license suspended for one year Even if you are not convicted of the DUI.  You will have 30 days from the time you receive notification of the suspension from the DMV to appeal the "refusal" status. If you have received this suspension notice and want to appeal the refusal - CALL IMMEDIATELY!

A Plea of Guilty to, or a conviction for,

Pennsylvania DUI will result in the following

license suspensions.

  Blood Alcohol Content below .10%   The first DUI may carry no license suspension in certain cases. The second or subsequent DUI will result in a 12 month license suspension. Blood Alcohol Content greater than .10% and less than .16%    The first and second DUI's will result in a 12 month license suspension.  The third or subsequent DUI will result in an 18 month license suspension. Blood Alcohol Content greater than .16%   The first DUI will result in a 12 month license suspension. The second or subsequent DUI will result in an 18 month license suspension.

Occupational Limited License (O.L.L.) also

known as a "bread and butter license".

  According to Pennsylvania Statute, a person whose license is suspended and has no more than one prior DUI may be eligible for an O.L.L. after serving a portion of their suspension. However, the D.M.V. has currently ruled that even one prior DUI conviction may make you ineligible for an O.L.L.  
For a Free DUI Consultation Call or Text me on my Cell Phone 24/7  412-216-4984
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Pittsburgh DUI Lawyer George Heym 

Former DUI Prosecutor!

Exclusively Defending DUI Cases!