State College Pennsylvania Law Archive: englelegal

DUI Arrest in Pennsylvania: Costly Mistakes to Avoid June 17, 2024 | drunk driving

A DUI arrest can be a major disruption in your life, potentially leading to severe legal consequences and financial burdens. If you find yourself facing such charges in Pennsylvania, it’s crucial to handle the situation with caution to avoid common pitfalls that could worsen your case. At Engle, Kauffman & VanHorn, P.C., our dedicated team of criminal defense attorneys is well-versed in guiding clients through the… READ MORE

Why You Should Never Plead Guilty to DUI in Pennsylvania June 03, 2024 | drunk driving

At Engle, Kauffman & VanHorn, P.C., we understand the severe consequences of a DUI conviction in Pennsylvania, and strongly advise against pleading guilty without consulting with a skilled PA criminal defense attorney. Understand the Consequences A DUI conviction in Pennsylvania carries a range of serious penalties that can have lasting repercussions on various aspects of your life. Here’s a list of potential consequences and why it… READ MORE

How Hard Is It to Fight a DUI charge in Pennsylvania? May 20, 2024 | drunk driving

Driving under the influence (DUI) is a serious offense in Pennsylvania, carrying penalties that can profoundly impact your life. When facing such charges, understanding the legal process and seeking effective legal representation are crucial steps in mounting a strong defense against a DUI charge. The Legal Framework for a DUI Charge in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania’s approach to DUI (driving under the influence) offenses is structured to address… READ MORE

7 Reasons to Hire a DUI Defense Lawyer Even if You Were Driving Drunk May 06, 2024 | drunk driving

Facing a DUI charge can be daunting, and the impulse might be to accept the consequences if you believe you’re guilty. However, legal representation is crucial, not just for the innocent but also for those who admit fault. Here are seven compelling reasons to hire a DUI defense lawyer from Engle, Kauffman & VanHorn, P.C., even if you were driving under the influence. 1. Understanding the… READ MORE

Can Police Take Your Computer When They Accuse You of a Crime? April 22, 2024 | college student criminal defense

Our computers are extensions of ourselves—repositories of personal, professional, and, at times, sensitive information. When the specter of criminal accusations looms, the question of whether law enforcement can confiscate your computer becomes not just legal but deeply personal. Understanding the Legal Groundwork Law enforcement’s primary duty is to investigate and prevent crime. In pursuit of this duty, officers may find it necessary to seize items that… READ MORE