Below are news stories of high-profile legal cases that Attorney David J. Shrager and his law firm have been involved with in the Pittsburgh region. See also our news video compilation.
PA House Bill 773 (2022), also known as Deana’s Law,” was approved by Governor Tom Wolf on July 11, 2022 and became EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 9, 2022 (120 days from July 11, 2022). 2022 Act 29 increases the grading and penalties of DUI convictions for certain repeat DUI offenders. What Has Changed? 1) Addition of 2nd […]
June 2020 DUI law continues to change. Read our latest Lawyers Journal article and learn how a new Superior Court decision can decrease the penalties for those accused of DUI in PA and how these may create changes in the different ARD Programs in each county. Thank you to our team Erin Suzanne, Frankie Exler, Dana Williams, Cory Ricci, Jennifer […]
New DUI Law Means Tougher Penalties for Certain Repeat Offenders On October 24, Governor Wolf signed Act 153 amending the Vehicle Code to increase the penalties related to driving under the influence (DUI), driving on a license suspended after a DUI, and DUI accidents that result in death and personal injury. The legislation targets repeat […]
From the Pittsburgh Tribune Review … High costs for refusing breathalyzer test among new Pennsylvania laws for 2018 MATTHEW SANTONI | Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2018, 3:15 p.m. Pennsylvania police will have a new financial incentive to make suspected drunk or impaired drivers consent to a breath or blood test even without a warrant under one of several new […]
Attorney Shrager Explains New PA DUI Law Effective Friday Rabble VID News Friday August 25, 2017 Veronica Buccilli A new Pennsylvania DUI law goes into effect Friday, and RabbleVID spoke with Attorney David Shrager about what that means for first time offenders. This law will require first time DUI offenders with a blood alcohol content of 0.10 to have […]
NEW PENNSYLVANIA LAW PASSES REQUIRING FIRST TIME DUI OFFENDERS TO INSTALL IGNITION INTERLOCK DEVICES ON THEIR VEHICLES On May 18th, 2016, the Pennsylvania General Assembly passed SB 290, an amendment to the Title 75, which requires convicted first-time DUI offenders with a blood alcohol content (BAC) level of .10 or more to use ignition interlocks on their vehicles for […]
McDonald Man Held For Trial On Homicide By Vehicle While DUI Charges June 17, 2015 7:13 PM PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A man charged in a deadly crash is now heading to trial. Daniel Fleet Jr. was allegedly under the influence and driving the wrong way when he hit another car. Earlier this month in Robinson Township, […]
Read Attorney David Shrager’s quote in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette regarding the push to lower the BAC limit for DUI to approximately one drink for an average female.
- Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Read another quote from David J. Shrager in the Post-Gazette: here.
David Shrager talks to KDKA about the suspension of breathalyzers in Pennsylvania. Watch the video here.
Read what David J. Shrager says to the Pittsburgh Tribune Review regarding a ruling on Breathalyzers and Intoxilyzers which could cause many DUI cases to be appealed.
Read more news stories and watch news videos of other high-profile Pittsburgh law suits in which David J. Shrager has represented clients.