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Pennsylvania Politician Gets Jail for DUI Driving Under the Influence

Pennsylvania Politician Gets Jail for DUI Driving Under the Influence

A former state lawmaker from Lehigh County has been sentenced to at least three months in prison following his arrest for DUI driving under the influence and assaulting his wife. Former State Representative Joseph Brennan (D) was arrested in August 2012 after he punched and choked his wife at their home in Lehigh County, then drove away while under the influence of alcohol. This was his second DUI arrest in two years. He pleaded guilty to the domestic violence simple assault and driving under the influence charges, and was sentenced on Thursday. After a request from his wife, Brennan was able to avoid a jail sentence for the domestic violence simple assault charge. However, since this was his second DUI conviction in the last two years, he was sentenced to serve...

DUI Driving Under the Influence Mom Arrested

DUI Driving Under the Influence Mom Arrested

A mom from Dauphin County was charged Saturday with DUI driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs after she crashed her car with her 15-year-old daughter in the vehicle. In addition to the DUI driving under the influence, Summer Heikes of Middletown, was also charged with endangering the welfare of a child and possession of an open alcohol container or controlled substance in a motor vehicle. She was charged with making a false police report, driving with a suspended license and other traffic violations too. Police report Heikes was traveling too fast for conditions and was unable to stop her car at a stop sign at an  intersection. Her car slid through the intersection in a one-vehicle crash, police said. Fortunately no one was injured in the crash. Ms....

Criminal Defense, DUI Driving Under the Influence and Traffic Law Awesome Attorney Award

Criminal Defense, DUI Driving Under the Influence and Traffic Law Awesome Attorney Award

Michelle A. Fioravanti has been voted by Suburban Life magazine as a 2012 Awesome Attorney in the areas of Criminal Defense, DUI Driving Under the Influence and Traffic Law for her representation of clients in West Chester, Chester County and Norristown, Montgomery County.  Hundreds of Suburban Life readers and attorney peers cast their votes, and Ms. Fioravanti was determined to be at the top of her field in Criminal Defense, DUI Driving Under the Influence and Traffic Law. Early this year Ms. Fioravanti was recognized by Main Line Today magazine as one of the best Criminal Defense lawyers in Chester, Montgomery, Delaware, Lancaster, Bucks and Berks Counties. Facing criminal charges? Contact the Law Offices of Michelle A. Fioravanti at 484-876-1543 or...

HOF Catcher Carlton Fisk Arrested for DUI Driving Under the Influence

HOF Catcher Carlton Fisk Arrested for DUI Driving Under the Influence

Hall of Fame catcher Carlton Fisk, perhaps best known for his home run in the 1975 World Series, was arrested for DUI after police in Illinois found him passed out in a pickup truck in a cornfield. Fisk, 64, was behind the wheel of his F-150 pick up truck with the engine running when police arrived. Fisk was taken to the hospital, and refused to take a blood alcohol test. There was an open bottle of vodka in the truck. Fisk was released after posting bail in the amount of $300, and is scheduled to appear in court this Thursday. If Fisk was arrested driving under the influence under these circumstances in Pennsylvania, it is likely he would receive ARD if it was his first offense. He would be facing a one year suspension of his driver’s license for refusing...

Bobby Brown Pleads Not Guilty to Third DUI Driving Under the Influence

Bobby Brown Pleads Not Guilty to Third DUI Driving Under the Influence

Bobby Brown pleaded not guilty to his third DUI arrest. The most recent two drunk driving arrests occurred within the last 7 months. The New Edition singer and former husband of late icon Whitney Houston entered the not guilty plea on Friday through his lawyer, opting to skip a personal court appearance. The judge accepted the plea and ordered Brown to attend three Alcoholics Anonymous meetings each week until the next court hearing. Brown was pulled over around 1 a.m. on October 24, 2012, for erratic driving in Tarzana, California. After detecting the odor of alcohol, the police asked that he exit his vehicle and take field sobriety tests, which he failed. Brown had previously been arrested in Los Angeles in March for talking on his cell phone while driving and...

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