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PA ARD Expungements

After successful completion of the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) Program, one may motion for an expungement.  But, what does this mean? An expungement removes the criminal aspect of your DUI charge.  So, for example, a new job you apply for runs a criminal background check and you are concerned it is going to show up.  After the motion for expungement is granted, it should not appear. However, if this new job requires a driving history, you should be aware that ... Read More »

Pennsylvania ARD Program for First Time DUI Offenders

Clients often call in panic mode after doing research online and reading the penalties they face for a first offense driving under the influence (DUI) conviction in Pennsylvania.  Those penalties vary depending on what your blood alcohol content (BAC) is and are as follows: Tier 1 (BAC 0.080 to 0.99) 6 months probation $300 fine Safe Driving Classes Court Reporting Network (CRN) Evaluation Drug and Alcohol Treatment Evaluation (if warranted) Tier 2 (BAC 0.100 to 0.159, Minors and Commercial & ... Read More »

Pennsylvania ARD License Suspensions for Out of State Drivers

Many times, clients wonder what will happen to their out of state license when their Pennsylvania driving privileges have been suspended once they are accepted into the accelerated rehabilitative disposition (ARD) program. The bottom line is that you will be able to continue driving in every other state, including your home state, except for Pennsylvania.  The question is, how do you know once you leave the courthouse after being accepted into ARD whether your suspension has begun seeing as though ... Read More »