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Pennsylvania resident facing drunk driving charges after crash

Pennsylvania takes drunk driving very seriously. Individuals charged with drunk driving could potentially experience significant fines and other penalties should a conviction be secured. After a recent accident, one local woman is now facing some hefty drunk driving charges and possibly jail time should the court rule against her.

School superintendent charged with drunk driving

Driving under the influence can have serious repercussions, especially if one is found guilty. Individuals who have been accused of drunk driving not only pay hefty fines, but they may also face social embarrassment or job-related problems. After a recent traffic stop, a western Pennsylvania school superintendent's job is in jeopardy after he was charged with driving under the influence.

Alleged drunk driving and alcohol test refusal lead to new fee

For those who are stopped and suspected of driving while intoxicated in Pennsylvania, a major question is whether they should take a blood or breath test. A new state law regarding drunk driving may change how individuals in these situations respond to breath or blood test results. According to the state law, which will go into effect on Jan. 11, there is a brand-new fee for those who refuse to submit to blood alcohol testing.

Woman faces murder charge following alleged drunk driving crash

A woman in Pennsylvania is currently facing a murder charge in the third degree in connection with a fatal DUI accident. The alleged drunk driving accident recently occurred along Route 611. It took place on a Wednesday at about 9 p.m.

Drunk driving interlock law becomes stricter in Pennsylvania

Advocacy groups that are against driving under the influence are hoping that a new drunk driving-related law in Pennsylvania will help to prevent DUI. Advocates have said it could also potentially help those who are arrested for drunk driving. The new law has to do with DUI interlock devices.

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