Accelerated Rehabilitation Disposition ( ARD) in Pennsylvania
If you have been arrested for DUI and it is your first offense, it is important to remember that you have rights and options. A drunk driving arrest doesn’t necessarily mean lengthy license suspension, jail time or a drunk driving conviction on your record for all to see. Contact The Law Offices of Basil D. Beck III, to schedule a free initial consultation with a lawyer to learn more about your rights and alternative sentencing options for which you may be eligible. One possibility is to attend an Accelerated Rehabilitation Disposition (ARD) in Montgomery County
To speak directly with a lawyer about your case, please call me, Basil D. Beck III, directly at 610-239-8870 or contact me by email. I offer experienced, strategic, aggressive Montgomery County ARD Lawyer
Know Your Options. Know Your Rights. Take Action to Protect Your Future.
For many first time DUI offenders, the consequences may not seem serious. Or alternatively, you may not know where to turn. In any case, it is important to know that your rights are at stake and that you have options. As your attorney, I will explore your options, including your eligibility for Montgomery County’s Accelerated Rehabilitation Disposition (ARD).
Benefits of Accelerated Rehabilitation Disposition in Drunk Driving Cases
Even for first time DUI offenders, penalties can include significant fines, jail time, lengthy license suspension and a DUI conviction on his or her criminal record that could affect later job opportunities. However, in Pennsylvania Accelerated Rehabilitation Disposition (ARD) may be available to greatly minimize these consequences.
ARD is available to eligible first-time offenders charged in Pennsylvania with non-violent crimes such as DUI/drunk-driving, driving under the influence, theft and assault. In Pennsylvania ARD is available in all counties to eligible first-time DUI offenders, and the successful completion of the Montgomery County ARD program results in no jail time and greatly reduced license suspension. Another significant benefit of ARD is that you will be under no obligation to disclose the DUI conviction or other charge for which you received ARD to current or prospective employers.
For a free consultation to learn more about PA ARD and expungement, please contact my Norristown, Pennsylvania office at 610-239-8870. As your Pennsylvania Accelerated Rehabilitation Disposition lawyer, I will provide the strategic advocacy and dedicated service you can trust to drive results. You should contact Montgomery County ARD lawyer, Basil Beck III today!