The prospect of losing your freedom and driving privileges, paying high fines and increased insurance premiums, and potentially suffering a criminal record, can be daunting and overwhelming. You want experienced legal representation and an aggressive defense to protect your interests and fight for your rights.
Attorney John W. Gibson defends clients charged with Driving Under the Influence (DUI) and Driving After Imbibing (DAI). Mr. Gibson has over 25 years experience assisting and aggressively defending clients throughout the criminal process. He takes the time to explain the laws, the criminal process, and your options.
For additional information about our firm, our qualifications, and the high level of personal attention we provide our clients, please visit our Firm Overview page. For information about the benefits of retaining a lawyer, please visit our Why You Should Retain a DUI Defense Attorney page.
Skilled Drunk Driving (DUI-DWI-DAI) Defense Lawyer
If you are the subject of a DUI arrest, we have the skills, education, and knowledge to provide you with an aggressive defense. We have experience with all aspects of DUI offenses, including the following:
Bond hearings and preliminary motions – including motions to preclude evidence or statements illegally or unconstitutionally obtained
Administrative hearings – a civil hearing that must be requested with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation regarding the suspension of your driving privileges DUI-DWI-DAI Penalties – including different levels of intoxication and repeat offenders
Underage Drinking and Driving – including teenage drunk driving and DUI offenses involving minors
DUI defense for CDL holders – including the consequences of a conviction and the different thresholds for commercial driver’s license holders, such as truck drivers and bus drivers
DUI appeals – including analyzing your trial for prejudicial error, filing your appeal, preparing a brief, and arguing your appeal in appellate court
Contact an Experienced DUI-DWI-DUI Defense Attorney
The sooner you contact us, the sooner we can apply our knowledge and skill to your case. Additionally, if we represent you in your administrative hearing, we can often obtain valuable information that may assist us in your criminal defense.