Blue Bell, PA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 09/12/2017 -- Edwin L. Guyer, a leading attorney in Montgomery County, has the experience residents need when they are searching for legal representation to help keep their commercial driver's license. Having a commercial driver's license suspended can be detrimental to one's career.
Since 1975, Edwin L. Guyer has built a reputation on helping clients retain their driver's license and by fighting persistently to preserve their future.
One DUI charge to a driver's license or an excessive amount of traffic violations, regardless of if the incident was on the clock or not, can result in job termination and the possible end of a career. In the state of Pennsylvania, the minimum BAC for a DUI is .08. However, this is not the case for commercial vehicle drivers.
The BAC rate for a driver in a commercial vehicle becomes .04, which in Pennsylvania is treated as "high rate" DUI, and can result in residents facing mandatory jail time for a first-time offense.The first time a resident is charged with a DUI conviction, it results in a one-year CDL license suspension. Should a resident receive a second conviction, this results in a lifetime CDL ban.
With representation from Edwin L. Guyer, the main goal for each case is to keep drivers on the road, and on the job. Those who are interested in learning more about commercial driver's license suspensions or need help with an expungement in PA are invited to reach out to Edwin L. Guyer at 484-842-0296.
About Edwin L. Guyer
For over 30 years, Edwin L. Guyer has been establishing himself with a reputation to help drivers keep their licenses. He has been guarding the potential for their future after being charged with a DUI, underage drinking, or any other criminal offense in Pennsylvania. Since 1975, the Law Offices of Edwin L. Guyer have become confident in their aggressive and skillful approach to insure the futures of those charged, so that they may turn over a new leaf.
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