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To Test Or Not To Test

Judge Christine Ward of Pennsylvania was cited for DUI over the weekend after admitting to state troopers that she had too much to drink. The Judge, who works on civil litigation cases, has been accused of being intoxicated while driving.

According to WPXI of Pittsburg, Judge Ward “staggered as she walked…and at one point Ward fell to her side.”

During the incident, Judge Ward was observed by the police to have “exhibited difficulty standing on her own as she leaned on her vehicle.” Once Judge Ward had been arrested and “taken to the hospital for blood work,” police reported “she refused to submit to the blood test three times.”

Is the Judge trying to tell us to follow her lead and refuse the test? (three times)

If you or anyone that you know has been arrested for driving under the influence, please do not hesitate to call the Law Office of Carmody, Stewart, & Mixon at (601) 948-4444.

More information on this case can be found at: http://www.wpxi.com/news/allegheny-county-judge-facing-dui-charges/389314471

About Victor Carmody

Victor Carmody
I am the owner and managing partner of Victor W.Carmody Jr.P.A. My practice has taken me into all 82 counties of this state and most of the cities. I have also been priviledged to have represented clients in 15 other states. And as founding regent of The National College of DUI Defense I have relationships with almost 1000 DUI attorneys around the country, and I keep constant contact to share ideas and techniques to better assist in and out-of-state clients. I have always enjoyed helping people with their DUI problems.

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