DUI Is Not The Only Alcohol Offense That Could Affect Your Life

The serious consequences of alcohol offenses should not be overlooked. Criminal sanctions range from loss of driving privileges to possible jail time, and a conviction may have collateral consequences for college entrance, employment or loans. The potential penalties demand that you have an experienced attorney address your case.

Contact the Law Offices of Patrick F. Lauer, Jr. LLC, in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, at 717-303-3042 or by email for a free consultation to discuss your specific case.

Offering Representation Across All Age Groups

At our firm, we believe everyone has the right to strong defense when facing DUI charges. That's why we represent individuals of all ages, from juveniles to adults, including college students. We can help you address your DUI charges, including:

  • Underage drinking: On a first offense, a citation for underage consumption of alcohol carries a three-month driver's license suspension, whether or not the person was in a car at the time. On a second offense, the suspension is one year.
  • Underage DUI: Drivers under the age of 21 can be charged with driving under the influence at a BAC of .02 or greater (any alcohol in the blood). Enhanced penalties apply at BAC levels of .10 and .16.
  • Furnishing alcohol to a minor: This is a jailable misdemeanor, and can apply to college students who are over the age of 21 and provide liquor to their underage friends or parents who provide alcohol for an at-home party. Additional criminal charges and civil liability are possible if the underage drinker injured someone while driving.
  • Other alcohol offenses: Other alcohol offenses include public drunkenness, open container, or attempting to purchase liquor by a person under the age of 21.

Defending The Rights Of Individuals In Pennsylvania For More Than 33 Years

Our attorneys' skill and experience is matched only by their commitment to get you the best possible outcome for your case. We will aggressively advocate on your behalf to ensure your rights and future are protected. To arrange a free initial consultation, call 717-303-3042 or send us an email.