A DUI Traffic Offense Can Mean a Serious Felony
If you have been charged with a traffic offense following an accident, you face potentially serious misdemeanor and felony charges. A conviction for vehicular homicide, manslaughter or aggravated assault by motor vehicle can mean years in prison. If the police included a DUI charge, you face losing your freedom and your driver's license for years.
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Attorney Stephen M. Misko is a former federal investigator and prosecutor. He has been involved in more DUI cases and traffic-related offenses than most other defense lawyers in the Western Pennsylvania region. Whether you are contesting a speeding ticket, or facing felony vehicular manslaughter charges, get the experienced defense you can rely on.
When It Looks Like the Evidence Is Against You — We Never Give Up
Traffic offenses such as vehicular assault or manslaughter often involve more than just facts in evidence. Even when the prosecutor appears to have a case locked up against you, we protect your rights and your future. You have a human story to tell, that is more than just evidence.
"We focus on crafting the best sentencing options for your charges. That means fighting hard to eliminate possible DUI charges, if alcohol was involved. By working with the prosecutor, we can often find ways to reduce charges to avoid a prison sentence." - Attorney Stephen Misko
Contact our offices in Butler to discuss the traffic offense charge against you. We will give you an honest assessment of your situation and begin fighting immediately to protect your future. At PennLaw, you have the right attorney on your side.