Dauphin County, PA (PRWEB) February 05, 2013
Pennsylvania DUI attorney Justin McShane has been integral in getting 20 DUI cases in Dauphin County dismissed due to inaccurate breathalyzer machines.
While representing the PA DUI case (3802(c)) of Jason Schildt in the Dauphin County Court of Common Pleas (Commonwealth vs. Jason Schildt, Dauphin CP, 2191-2012), defense lawyer Justin McShane propositioned the accuracy of the breathalyzer machines the police use to measure a DUI offender’s blood alcohol content. Upon investigation, it was decided that these breath test machines were not giving accurate readings of BAC levels beyond .15 percent. As a result, 20 PA DUI cases have been dismissed.
Furthermore, this groundbreaking decision can also affect thousands of other Pennsylvania DUI convictions. Judge Lawrence F. Clark, Jr. ruled that DUI offenses Intoxilyzer 5000EN breathalyzers have been providing questionable readings. The Intoxilyzer 5000EN is widely used throughout the state of Pennsylvania to determine blood alcohol content. Clark’s ruling will likely result in the reexamination of many DUI arrests throughout the state.
Attorney Justin J. McShane is the founder of the McShane firm where he specializes in defending people who have been arrested for a DUI in Pennsylvania. He is active in the National College for DUI Defense and is certified to give breath tests and Standardized Field Sobriety Tests by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
For more information on DUI attorney Justin McShane, as well as access to information on Pennsylvania drunk driving laws, please visit the McShane Firm’s profile on 1800DUILaws.com. For more information on the ruling, please visit the blog on 1800DUILaws.com.