Driving After Imbibing

Harsh DAI Laws in Pennsylvania

Driving after imbibing (DAI), as the drunk driving offense is referred to, can have serious consequences. If you have been charged with drunk driving, an experienced defense attorney can help you understand and protect your rights.

Contact the drunk driving defense lawyers at MyPhillyLawyer for aggressive representation after a DAI/DUI arrest. Call 215-227-2727.

Basics of DAI Laws

  • Legal limit: The legal limit is a blood alcohol content measurement of .08 percent.
  • Tiered penalty system: There are three levels of penalties tied to different BAC levels — higher BAC levels result in aggravated penalties (.08 – .099; .10 – .159; .16 and higher).
  • Types of penalties: Jail terms vary, but fines and license suspension terms have significantly increased over the years. Additionally, penalties are broken down based upon first offense, second offense, third offense, or fourth offense or higher. Learn more about DUI/DAI Penalties.

If you have been charged with DAI, it is important to have an aggressive advocate on your side to fight for your rights and freedom.

The attorneys at MyPhillyLawyer.com are seasoned trial lawyers with a commitment to client success. We evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of your case as well as the prosecution’s case and develop your defense strategy based on your specific case.

Philly DAI Defense Lawyers

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