There is a lot to know about Pennsylvania drunk driving charges, especially for accused individuals facing them. Accused individuals should understand the elements of a DUI charge because DUI charges can have a significant impact on their lives.
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Frequently, when discussing insurance coverages with new clients, they will proudly inform me that they chose (and have been paying for!) "full coverage" on their policy. Said aloud, it sounds great! But on paper? There is only one problem - you will never see it on paper because it DOES NOT exist in Pennsylvania. Unfortunately, unscrupulous or uninformed insurance agents may sell you a policy with the promise that you are receiving full coverage but the term is a misnomer. The laws of the Commonwealth only require citizens purchasing automobile insurance to purchase the following coverages in the minimum amounts stated:
Like most parents, you are probably looking forward to and yet dreading the day your teenager gets his driver's license. On the upside, you will no longer have to drive your son to and from school, baseball practice, the mall or various other destinations. He might even run the occasional errand for you. On the downside, you will worry every time he gets behind the wheel.
Knowing how to defend against drunk driving charges can be one of the most important things an accused individual can do. Legal protections against DUI charges can help accused individuals safeguard their freedom and future when they have been accused of a drunk driving offense.
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