A guard who was at a security checkpoint at the Philadelphia Naval Yard in South Philadelphia was injured after a car crashed into the security booth he was in on Monday night.
The guard, whose identity has not been released, was taken to the University of Pennsylvania with neck, back and hip injuries and is listed in stable condition.
The driver who crashed into the guard shack was arrested under suspicion of DUI. His identity has not been released.
So often, people believe that if you have been taken into custody for drunken driving that there’s no chance of escaping the charge. This is not always the case, depending on how law enforcement officers handle an arrest. Sometimes mistakes are made and those mistakes can mean all the difference in whether a DUI charge sticks or whether it is reduced or dismissed.
A good and experienced and knowledgeable DUI defense attorney will want to file pretrial motions so that evidence against their client can be suppressed. A good attorney will never shrink from taking full advantage of potential mistakes may have been made by law enforcement officers in relation to DUI evidence. If such a motion to suppress is successful, a DUI case could be dismissed or the charges substantially reduced.
Attorney Steven Kellis has over 20 years of experience in successfully arguing for DUI clients. He has been both a prosecutor and a defender so he knows how the law works. Mr. Kellis can be contacted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call today to schedule an appointment for a free consultation and legal analysis for you and your case. Mr. Kellis will help you decide what your best options are in order to win a favorable outcome. You need the best defense on your side that is skilled, knowledgeable and has over 20 years of DUI case experience in the state of Pennsylvania. Call today.