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 criminal 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 properly.
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.
If your Bucks County DUI attorney wins a Suppression Motion and the court determines that the Bucks County vehicle stop was improper, 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.