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593 Bethlehem Pike
Montgomeryville PA 18936
(215) 822-1888

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Is Your Pennsylvania DUI About To Ruin Your Life?

PA DUI Defense Attorney. PA DUI -Bucks, Montgomery, Northampton, Lehigh County. Free, PA DUI Consultation

Vince Margiotti
Attorney at Law

PA DUI - Bucks, Montgomery, Northampton, Lehigh County

Vincent D Margiotti Esq. LLC

Nationally Certified in Field Sobriety Testing

For a free, no-obligation consultation, call me now at 215-822-1888


PA DUI Defense Attorney. PA DUI -Bucks, Montgomery, Northampton, Lehigh County. Free, PA DUI Consultation

Jeremy Mittman
Attorney at Law

Yes, there is a DUI attorney serving Bucks, Lehigh, Montgomery and Northampton Counties that you can talk to; who understands what you want, who is interested in you and your business, who promptly returns your phone calls and emails, and who knows how to protect your rights if you have been charged with a Pennsylvania DUI. You have found that DUI attorney.


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"Now that you've come into contact with the law, you've found out the dirty little secret. Anyone drinking and driving is subject to arrest, whether or not it was affecting their driving ability. But being arrested does not mean you will be convicted."

Survival Tips:

  • Do not answer any questions other than name and address.
  • Do not agree to perform roadside tests.
  • Do not agree to have your eyes tested.
  • Do not agree to blow into a handheld breath tester.
  • Do consent to a breath or blood test, if you are asked to take one.

What Happens After A PA DUI Arrest?
There are usually both Motor Vehicle and Court Proceedings.

How Much Will a PA DUI Conviction Cost Me?

Top 5 Automatic Pennsylvania DUI Conviction Myths

A Little Fact The Police Don't Want You To Know

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When you've been arrested for a DUI and you don't think it's fair, you need a lawyer who can protect your rights...

Ten Mistakes
How to avoid the 10 biggest mistakes most people make after being arrested for a PA DUI.

Case Tips
53 Things YOU Need to Know about Your PA DUI Case that NO ONE is Telling YOU

Frequently Asked Questions in Pennsylvania DUI Cases

Attorney Fees
What you will be charged and methods of payment.

Find a DWI DUI Drunk Driving Lawyer in your state


New Pennsylvania DUI Law


The Fallacy of the Pennsylvania Sobirety Tests You Took

Top PA DUI Defense Tactics

There are many possible challenges that can be made to the charges you are facing.

Police Mistakes
Mistakes the police make... and how they can help you.

Recent Cases
Recent Cases Which May Be Helpful In Your Defense Of A Pennsylvania DUI

What Can I Do to Save My License?
Fight to save your license! If you drive after losing your license, you face substantial penalties.

Here's how you may be able to mitigate your DUI sentence

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Serving the Boroughs and Townships of Bucks County:

Bedminster, Bensalem, Bridgeton, Bristol, Buckingham, Chalfont, Doylestown, Dublin, Durham, East Rockhill,Falls, Haycock,Hilltown, Hulmeville, Ivyland, Langhorne,Langhorne Manor, Lower Makefield, Lower Southampton, Middletown,Milford, Morrisville, New Britain, New Hope, Newtown, Nockamixon, Northampton, Penndel, Perkasie, Plumstead Township Quakertown, Richland, Richlandtown, Riegelsville, Sellersville, Silverdale, Solebury, Springfield,Telford, Tinicum,Trumbauersville, Tullytown, Upper Makefield, Upper Southampton, Warminster, Warrington, Warwick, West Rockhill, Wrightstown, Yardley

UPDATE: A revision to Pennsylvania Law has been proposed to change DUI (Driving Under the Influence) to DAI (Driving After Imbibing). This will cause sweeping changes to Pennsylvania DUI laws and present many challenges to defense lawyers, prosecutors and the courts. This matter is still pending.

PA DUI -Bucks, Montgomery, Northampton, Lehigh County
Vincent D Margiotti Esq. LLC
593 Bethlehem Pike

Montgomeryville, PA
18936-9709, US
For a free, no-obligation PA DUI consultation call, 215-822-1888


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Attorney Profiles

Vincent D Margiotti Esq. LLC

Nationally Certified in Field Sobriety Testing

For a free, no-obligation consultation, call me now at 215-822-1888

Who is Vince Margiotti?

  • He is a member in good standing with the Pennsylvania and Montgomery County Bar.

  • He is Nationally Certified by the National Highway Traffic Administration for Field Sobriety Testing.

  • He holds a 4-year Bachelor of the Arts Degree from Temple University, with a degree in Finance.

  • In addition to his law degree (Juris Doctor), he also was the recipient of the National Italian American Scholarship for Scholastic achievement.

  • He is admitted to practice in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey and is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar.

  • He regularly attends seminars for updates in DUI Defense. He recently attended a 3-day seminar in Atlanta, Georgia,called Mastering Scientific Evidence in DUI/DWI Cases.

  • He spends over 50 hours per month researching the latest cases, legaltreatises, scientific literature, and articles on the subject of drunk driving defense allowing him to be on the cutting edge of DUI defense at all times.

  • He graduated from the Villanova University School of Law in 1996 and was admitted to to the Pennsylvania Bar in that same year. Many attorneys must take the bar exam more than one time to pass.

  • DUI Help Member

  • He has never been disciplined by the State Bar.

  • He is doggedly independent, and believes in challenging everything for his clients' defense to be successful.

  • As a matter of course, he is ready to fight your case by bombarding the District Attorney with extensive pre-trial motions, demonstrative evidence, photographs, witness testimony, videos, defense experts, essential cross-examination of the prosecution's witnesses, and, of course, your testimony.

  • Clients come from across Pennsylvania and from other states to retain his services. He focuses on cases in the Montgomery, Bucks and Chester County areas.


Who is Jeremy Mittman?

  • Mr. Mittman is a member in good standing with both the Pennsylvania and the Montgomery County Bar Associations.
  • He is a member of the National College for DUI Defense.
  • He is a 1987 graduate of Wissahickon High School.
  • He was a member of the National Honor Society.
  • He holds a four-year Bachelor of Science degree from Brown University, majoring in Economics.
  • He was a two time state wrestling qualifier at Wissahickon High School and a varsity wrestler for Brown University.
  • He graduated from the Villanova University School of Law in 1994.

If having your license and your freedom play a large part in your life, call 215-822-1888 now for your appointment.


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From Points South (Philadelphia, Fort Washington) Take Route 309 North to Montgomeryville, crossing Route 63, Route 202 (Montgomery Mall on far left corner) and Route 463 at Five Points Intersection. Continue North on Route 309 through Five Points, and through two traffic lights. We are the first building on the right after the second traffic light (Richardson Road).

From Points North (Allentown, Quakertown, Souderton) Take Route 309 South, past the exit for Route 113. After the 113 exit, continue South on Route 309 through five traffic lights to Colmar (intersection with Broad Street). Yurn Yum Donuts is on the right. Continue South on Route 309 approximately 4/10 mile past Broad Street. We are located on the left.

From Points West (West Chester, King of Prussia, Downingtown) Take Pennsylvania Turnpike East to Exit 26, Fort Washington. After toll, take Route 309 North, crossing Route 63, Route 202 (Montgomery Mall on far left corner) and Route 463 at Five Points intersection. Continue North on Route 309 through Five Points and through two traffic lights. We are the first building on the right after the second traffic light (Richardson Road).

From Points East (Trevose, Willow Grove) Take Pennsylvania Turnpike West to Exit 26, Fort Washington. After toll, take Route 309 North, crossing Route 63, Route 202 (Montgomery Mall on far left corner) and Route 463 at Five Points intersection. Continue North on Route 309 through Five Points, and through two traffic lights. We are the first building on the right after the second traffic light (Richardson Road).

Please park in the lot at the rear of the building. Entrance to our office is in the front of the building.

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Attorney Fees

Fees and Payment Policies:
Reasonable flat fees and hourly rates.

When we talk, I'll also tell you about my fees. We understand that the cost of an attorney is an expense that you weren't planning on. So we offer fees at a flat rate to assist you with your budgeting. You may also pay us by the hour.

Of course I accept cash or checks. But you might be interested to know that for your convenience, we'll also gladly accept payment by credit card.

In any case, the initial phone consultation with me is free, so there is no risk on your part-and you will learn just what your rights and options are. When we are finished, if you're not convinced that I will be able to protect you to your complete satisfaction, then you can simply decide not to hire me. I won't trouble you again . . . and you'll owe me nothing.

Some individuals do try to defend themselves without legal assistance, but this is usually risky because the penalties can be harsh. Good legal representation can decrease many of these concerns.

You can discover for yourself how I can help save your license and freedom by calling me at 215-822-1888.

10 biggest mistakes

The 10 biggest mistakes most people make after being arrested for a DUI in Pennsylvania...and how to avoid them.

  1. Not taking the matter seriously. This is a charge that will follow you for the rest of your life, if you are convicted. The additional insurance charges alone could cost you thousands of dollars.

  2. Not hiring an attorney. The law is complex and you need competent representation. You must raise the right defenses at the right time or you will lose them. Facts will disappear, memories fade and witnesses vanish. A winnable case can quickly become a loser.

  3. Hiring an attorney based on the amount of the fee alone. The State has almost unlimited resources when it comes to your case. You need to hire an attorney and pay a fee which will allow him to put time and effort into your case to counter the prosecution. Attorneys must earn enough in the time they spend on your case in order to keep their doors open and make a living wage. If you go too low, your attorney will not be able to put in the time necessary to protect you. Look for a reasonable, predictable fee, not the lowest.

  4. Not complying with driver's license laws. You could lose your right to drive.

  5. Driving after your license has been taken away.

  6. Not taking full advantage of your constitutional rights.

  7. Taking the prosecutor's first offer. The first offer is not a bargain, it's just to get rid of your case with the least amount of work. Very few cases are dismissed or reduced to a non-alcohol charge at this stage. You do not give the judge an opportunity to rule on constitutional challenges. You give up your right to raise these issues and make the State prove it's case.

  8. Fail to appear in Court. The Court will issue a bench warrant for your arrest and revoke any bond. The next time you are stopped for a traffic infraction, you will be spending some time in jail and posting a bond for your future appearances.

  9. Talk to anyone but an attorney about your case. Anything you say to them can be used against you.

  10. Think that talking to numerous attorneys will help you handle it on your own. You need to have an attorney go to Court with you

Case Tips

53 Things YOU Need to Know about Your DUI Case that NO ONE is Telling YOU

5 things the District Attorney does not want you to know about you PA DUI Case:

  1. He does not have all the witnesses available to prove his case.
  2. He has exculpatory evidence which would prove your innocence.
  3. You have a right to a jury trial within twelve months of pleading not guilty.
  4. He has evidentiary problems in proving your blood alcohol level.
  5. He's bluffing.

7 of the facts that must be proved before you can be found guilty:

  1. Your identity
  2. As a driver
  3. Of a motor vehicle
  4. In the state of Pennsylvania, while
  5. Your blood alcohol level was over one of the prescribed limit or
  6. You were substantially incapable of driving (driving under the influence) or
  7. You were affected to the degree that you were incapable of safe driving (driving while ability impaired).

What you must do immediately to preserve your right to drive:

10 questions your attorney must ask you.

  1. What your itinerary was prior to arrest.
  2. Your consumption of alcoholic beverages.
  3. Your observations of the officer.
  4. The officer's stated reasons for stopping you.
  5. Whether the officer asked or ordered you to take roadside tests.
  6. Your performance on roadside tests.
  7. Statements you made to the officer.
  8. What the results were of any breath or blood tests.
  9. Whether there were witnesses to your arrest.
  10. Whether you were observed prior to a breath test,

What are the 4 items crucial to your defense?

  1. A good investigation of the facts.
  2. Vigorous cross-examination.
  3. A sound understanding of constitutional principles.
  4. An experienced attorney.

What is the one thing your attorney must do to raise objections based on the Summons and Complaint?

  • Appear in person for your arraignment.

Why a jury trial is advisable:

  • Twelve people have to agree on your guilt instead of one.

What is necessary to get a jury trial?

  • You automatically have a right to a jury trial.

How the arresting officer's testimony can be discredited:

  1. Inconsistent statements.
  2. Failure to recollect.

4 requirements which must be followed for chemical and roadside tests to be valid:

  1. The officer must have had a reasonable suspicion that you were violating the law.
  2. The officer must have either had probable cause to arrest you or obtain your consent for roadside tests.
  3. The officer must have probable cause before he arrests you and before he requires you to take a chemical test.
  4. The officer must give you your Miranda rights after you are arrested, if he is going to interrogate you.

What are the 2 key pieces of information which must be learned in deciding to go to trial?

  1. An estimation of the weaknesses and strengths of the State's case against you.
  2. The effect of a conviction.

How to determine if you can plea bargain, and at what step you should do it.

  • It's a cost benefit analysis. How much do you have to defend your case?

What effect will this arrest have on my license and when will I be able to drive?

  • If your blood alcohol was over the legal limit or you refused a test, you may not be able to drive at all for a long period of time.

How to save your license if you're found guilty in court?

  • Request a probationary license if you are suspended for excessive points.

5 preliminary motions that should be filed in you Pennsyvania DUI Case, and the danger to you if they aren't:

  1. Motion to suppress evidence on the ground that you were unconstitutionally stopped.
  2. Motion to suppress evidence on the grounds that there was an unconstitutional search and seizure.
  3. Motion to suppress breath or blood alcohol results because faulty procedures of faulty mechanisms.
  4. Motion to suppress statements on failure to give Miranda rights.
  5. Motion for Discovery of all evidence.

If these motions are not filed, your case may not be dismissed when it should have been. You may not be told about evidence which would prove your innocence.

Defense tactics in you Pennsylvania DUI defense -
7 pre-trail motions:

  1. Contest the constitutionality of the stop.
  2. Contest the constitutionality of the administration of roadside tests.
  3. Contest the constitutionality of the probable cause to arrest.
  4. Contest the constitutionality of the Miranda rights.
  5. Contest the manner in which roadside tests were given
  6. Contest the use of a Portable Breath Tester.
  7. Contest the constitutionality of any search and seizure.



After receiving a DUI and not knowing where to turn, my boyfriend and I went searching on the internet. Margiotti & Mittman's site stood out from the others. One reason was they/he put emphasis on the importance of the preliminary hearing. In my case, the officer also accused and charged me with being in an accident, which i was not. If it wasn't for the luck of finding Jeremy Mittman I would have been wrongly charged with that accident and a DUI. Due to Jeremy's courtroom presentation the judge dropped all charges against me and I credit Jeremy Mittman's expertise for that. I would recommend him to anyone facing such a life altering situation.

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Free, Clear & Wiser

Words cannot express my gratitude. Thank you both for all the work in my behalf to clear me. I was so depressed in February and March. Things were uncovered during the case that made me believe it was beatable, and it truly turned out that way. The weight of the world was lifted off my back. You're the best!

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I wanted to thank you and congratulate you for a brilliant defense strategy and resolution on my case.

As you know, when I walked into your office, I was a broken man, with no hope, and very little to look forward to. Not only did you give personal advice that helped me tremendously, you also guided me through every step of my defense strategy options and made sure I stayed focused on my family during this most difficult time in my life.

The creativity and resourcefulness that you showed during the development of my case was encouraging to see. You seemed to know what moves to make every step of the way. Most important to me was the fact that during this process, little by little; you brought me hope and made sure that I could continue to carry on with my job.

I will never forget what you did for us. This case was not just about a brilliant defense, it was about keeping a positive attitude during this most stressful time. You somehow managed to keep it all together. My family and I thank you. So much was on the line for me.

Thanks Again!

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