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Landmark WV Supreme Court Ruling

On Monday, April 22, 2013, The Wagner Law Firm, West Virginia’s Premier DUI Defense Firm, owned and operated by West Virginia DUI Defense Attorney, Harley O. Wagner, received a telephone call from the West Virginia Supreme Court, advising that State of West Virginia ex rel. Pamela Jean Games-Neely v. The Honorable Joann Overington, Magistrate, Berkeley County, West Virginia, had been upheld by our state’s highest court, 5-0 unanimous. The significance of this landmark ruling is that any citizen who gets arrested and accused of ... Read More »

W.Va. DUI DRUG BILL – PART II

We at The Wagner Law Firm, West Virginia’s Premier DUI Defense Firm, strive to constantly provide to inquiring citizens the most up to date, relevant information on the DUI laws of West Virginia and related driving under the influence topics and happenings both in West Virginia and across the nation. Owner and founder of The Wagner Law Firm, West Virginia DUI Defense Attorney, Harley O. Wagner, is the West Virginia contributor for DUINewsBlog.org, the nation’s finest DUI blog site. First, an important clarification: I ... Read More »

New DUI Drug Bill Passes

At DUINewsBlog.org, The Wagner Law Firm, West Virginia’s Premier DUI Defense Firm, and that of The Wagner Law Firm founder, and West Virginia’s only exclusive DUI attorney, Harley O. Wagner, strive to keep the public advised of any and all changes to the DUI statutes and laws governing in the state of West Virginia. One very relevant and impactful change to the DUI laws of West Virginia was recently passed by both the House and Senate of West Virginia legislature ... Read More »

Handling a DUI traffic stop/arrest in West Virginia

Virtually since the day I started practicing DUI defense in the Fall of 1999, I have been routinely asked by many friends, colleagues, family members and strangers throughout the land on how to handle a DUI traffic stop in West Virginia. What should I say? What do I do? Do I submit to any roadside or police station testing? Do I agree to be interviewed? Do I ask for a blood test? On and on. Here at The Wagner Law Firm, West ... Read More »