Our client, in Lancaster, was charged with DUI and refusing to submit to a chemical test. Unfortunately, our client submitted to a PAS test and blew a .13 BAC, but was still charged with refusing the station chemical test.
Ben Mironer started the trial and submitted all trial motions. At the last minute we received a final plea bargain offer from a supervising Deputy D.A. for a wet reckless driving, which our client accepted. He received no license suspension from court, no jail, and wasn’t required to install an ignition interlock device.