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Experienced Northeastern Pennsylvania DUI Attorney
Attorney Reish has years of experience practicing DUI defense. He is prepared to handle your DUI case in Northeastern Pennsylvania - focusing his practice in Monroe and Pike Counties. DUI Laws in Pennsylvania have gone through multiple changes in recent years and handling DUI cases requires that attorneys keep up with these changes.
Attorney Reish will answer your questions about the law and help to guide you through the court system. For over a decade, Attorney Reish has:
-Won Not Guilty verdicts for clients charged with DUI
-Successfully suppressed DUI stops
-Excluded blood evidence from Trial
-Negotiated satisfactory results for hundreds of clients
-Aggressively Litigated Appeals and Post Conviction Relief (PCRA) Cases from the Pennsylvania Superior Court to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court and in the United States District Courts of the Middle District of Pennsylvania for Driving Under the Influence Cases.
-Handled more serious Homicide by DUI and Aggravated Assault by DUI Cases
Call Attorney Reish at (570) 421-2300 for a consultation on your DUI offense.
You need an experienced DUI attorney who can anticipate likely outcomes based upon years of experience. Attorney Reish puts his experience into every case he handles, and will put that to work for you when facing a DUI charge. Not all criminal defense attorneys are familiar with the science behind a DUI case, Attorney Reish has litigated alcohol testing issues and road engineering issues. He combines his knowledge of the technical issues of a DUI investigation with his practical knowledge of how juries and judges react to evidence in a DUI case.
His advice is based upon experience as he has handled DUI cases in Northeastern Pennsylvania for over a decade and through the District Courts in Brodheadsville, Dingman's Ferry, East Stroudsburg, Hawley, Jim Thorpe, Marshalls Creek, Milford, Mount Pocono, Mountainhome, Pocono Pines, Shohola, Stroudsburg, Tannersville, Tobyhanna and Waverly to the Court of Common Pleas in Monroe, Pike and Carbon Counties and in the Middle District of Pennsylvania.