Case Results

  • Commonwealth v. AC (Vehicular Homicide DUI)

    Favorably resolved the case by a plea of guilty to one Count of Aggravated Assault DUI, 6 months work release. Read On

  • Commonwealth v. GB (2nd Offense)

    Second Offense within 10 years alleged. Alcohol Blood .17. Lak of Probable Cause, all evidence suppressed and all charges dismissed. Read On

  • Commonwealth v. DW (Marijauna DUI)

    Blood Evidence suppressed. All charges Dismissed. Read On

  • Commonwealth v. MF (2nd offense DUI .14)

    DUI Charges Dismissed Read On

  • Commonwealth v. GR (2nd Offense DUI .17)

    2nd DUI Charges Dismissed, AFFIRMED on Appeal. Read On

  • Commonwealth v. AA (2nd offense DUI NOT GUILTY after trial)

    2nd Offense DUI Breath test-NOT GUILTY after trial Read On

  • Commonwealth v. KK (DUI .17 Blood)

    DUI Charges Dismissed Read On

  • Commonwealth v. GH (DUI-Refusal)

    DUI Refusal Dismissed Read On

  • State v. T.L. (Case Dismissed)

    DISMISSED-Accident case with .21 blood result and one prior offense. Case was dismissed after motion hearing for lack of probable cause to arrest and suppression of blood results. Read On

  • State v. T.W. (Charges Dismissed and Reduced)

    Defendant was charged with a 4th offense DUI refusal, (Mandatory 1 year jail, served over 1 year previously). Also possession of a small amount of cocaine, and a small amount of marijuana. DUI dismissed for lack of probable cause. Cocaine dismissed by agreement with prosecutor. Plea to one count of simple possession of a small amount of marijuana. Read On


    NOT GUILTY after trial. Second Offense with an alleged refusal to submit to a breath test. Defendant found sleeping in the drivers seat on an offramp. Read On

  • State v. L.S. (CASE DISMISSED)

    Defendant was on Diversion Agreement in another Court when this case arose. Prosecutor would not negotiate so we were forced to litigate and the Court dismissed the case for lack of probable cause to arrest after we were able to suppress PBT and HGN evidence supporting the arrest on foundational grounds. Diversion agreement not revoked by other court!! Read On

  • The Case of E.S. (CASE DISMISSED)

    2nd Offense. The Defendant had allegedly driven his vehicle into a ditch, however the officer was not able to establish when the driving occurred, if the defendant was actually the driver, whether the defendant had left the scene and/or consumed alcohol after the accident and most importantly, whether the defendant was actually under the influence at the time of driving. CASE DISMISSED after Omnibus Pretrial Motions for lack of probable cause. Read On

  • D.M. v. Dept. of Motor Vehicles

    The Defendant was stopped by a Police outside of his jurisdiction. While the criminal case was properly reduced and disposed of by the prosecutor, the DMV upheld the 1 year revocation of D.M.'s license for refusing chemical testing. We appealed on the grounds that the DMV did not have sufficient evidence of jurisdictional authority to uphold the revocation. The Court agreed and REVERSED AND DISMISSED. Read On

  • Commonwealth v. J.D. (BAC Suppressed, ARD w/o Suspension)

    Defendant first offense DUI. Successful in having the .16 BAC results suppressed so that Defendant who had to drive for a living due to his job would not be suspended on ARD. ARD entered without suspension and red light infraction leading to stop dismissed. Read On

  • Commonwealth v. N.S. (2nd DUI CASE DISMISSED)

    Crawford County Court of Common Pleas. Second Offense Refusal. Officer arrived on the scene of a single vehicle accident where at least a half hour had elapsed and defendant had consumed additional alcohol after driving. Defendant admitted driving and consumption before driving. Case dismissed on Habeas Corpus as the State could not establish DUI at the time of driving. Read On

  • State v. RR (Aggravated Assault-NOT GUILTY AFTER JURY TRIAL)

    Charges of Aggravated Assault (F2) of a Corrections Officer, Simple Assault and Harassment. Inmate at SCI-Albion accused of striking and injury corrections officer causing injury during a videotaped brawl involving numerous inmates and guards in the yard. Jury found Defendant NOT GUILTY on all counts. Read On

  • State v. A.K. (Reduction of Charges PWID Cocaine)

    Defendant charged with Possession with Intent to Deliver Cocaine, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Driving While Suspended-summary violation. PWID Cocaine dimissed entirely. Admitted one count of Possession of a Small Amount of Marijuana and summary license violation. Read On

Jeffrey D. Veitch Esq


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