The town of Bristol, located on the Delaware River in Pennsylvania and just across the Delaware River from Burlington, NJ, houses quaint inns, restaurants, lounges, theaters, and clubs and is host to many festivals and parades in the summertime. Bristol, PA is also the home of many Bucks County DUI charges.
Bristol, PA is a popular entertainment destination for people from New Jersey and Pennsylvania and easily accessed via I-95, the Burlington Bristol Bridge (Route 413) from New Jersey, or U.S. Route 13. These major roadways leading into and out of Bristol, PA, and the main roads within the borough of Bristol, such as Pond Street, Radcliffe Street, Beaver Street, and Market Street are closely patrolled by police at all times.
Beyond the Borough of Bristol lies greater Bristol Township, where you will find a variety of bars and restaurants located along Bristol Pike (Route 13), Bath Road, New Falls Road, New Rogers Road and also across the Delaware River on Route 130 in New Jersey.
Whether you are enjoying a night out in Bristol Borough or Bristol Township and the adjoining towns of Levittown and Croydon, or crossing over into Burlington, New Jersey be mindful that Pennsylvania local police and state troopers, as well as New Jersey police widely patrol the river areas. The DUI lawyers at Saile & Saile LLP defend DUI charges for clients in both PA and NJ. Contact us for aggressive Bucks County DUI defense.