A Bucks County DUI-drunk driving case usually starts with either a traffic stop or a Bucks County car accident. The Pennsylvania and Federal Constitutions determine how a Bucks County police officer is permitted to initiate a traffic stop. Hundreds of Federal and Pennsylvania court cases further define when Pennsylvania police can pull a driver over.
It takes an experienced Bucks County DUI-drunk Driving lawyer to determine whether the local police or the Pennsylvania State Police had a sufficient legal reason to stop your vehicle. Caterina Saile, Esq. of Saile & Saile LLP has the legal knowledge and local Bucks County court experience to determine whether or not the police acted according to the current laws.
If a local Bucks County police officer or a Pennsylvania State Police Officer conducted a stop of your vehicle improperly, an experienced and aggressive Bucks County DUI attorney will seek to file a Suppression Motion to challenge your DUI car stop.
If your Bucks County DUI attorney wins a Suppression Motion and the court determines that the Bucks County vehicle stop was improper, evidence against you may be excluded from being presented at trial. It may be impossible for the Bucks County District Attorney to prove a DUI case against you in the Bucks County Common Pleas Court in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.