As families prepare for their autumn and winter festivities this year, Keith J. Williams Law is once again advising against drinking and driving during the holidays. Overlooked though it may be, over 1,200 alcohol-related deaths occur over the course of the holiday season. DUI arrests spike on the night of Thanksgiving, extending to Christmas, and New Year's. In these months, the number of road-side fatalities increase by an average of 34%—the direct result of alcohol impairment.
A defender of juvenile offenders, the firm of Keith J. Williams Law is shedding light on the fortunate opportunity that is the Bucks County Community Accountability Program (CAP). Started in 2013, CAP was conceived as a potential alternative to Accelerated Rehabilitation Programs of the past. Despite its nascent state, the results of the program have been more than promising. Meeting twice a month, the program allows first-time nonviolent offenders to atone for their crimes outside of jail.
With over thirty years of legal experience, Keith J. Williams has been serving Bucks County and Montgomery County, PA. When a criminal charge threatens a family member, neighbor, or loved one, Keith J. Williams is here to help. Be it adults or juveniles, he assesses one's legal rights, then formulates a defense against all charges. Keith J. Williams offers free consultations to anyone facing a DUI charge.
On Friday, August 25, 2017, Senate Bill 290, commonly referred to as the Ignition Interlock Law was put into effect. Keith J. Williams, Esq., a personal injury and criminal defense attorney who serves Bucks County, PA, wants citizens of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to be aware of this historic bill. Senator John Rafferty, R-Montgomery County, introduced this legislation to decrease crashes and save lives. Last year, there were 345 drunk-driving fatalities statewide. Other states with similar laws underwent a reduction in drunk-driving related deaths.
Keith J. Williams, Esq. is proud to announce that he is available to represent victims of automobile accidents as well those who have suffered personal injuries due to another party's negligence throughout Pennsylvania. In fact, those who require a personal injury attorney near Bucks County, PA or the surrounding areas should contact the law firm immediately.
Signed by Governor Tom Wolf on June 28, 2017, Act 10, commonly referred to as "Libre's Law," will go into effect on August 28, 2017. It makes the act of maiming or killing an animal a felony. Keith J. Williams, Esq, a drunk driving and criminal defense lawyer who serves Warminster, PA, wants animal owners and citizens everywhere to be aware of this new law. While he doesn't condone the acts that fall under Act 10, he knows that the accused party should always be entitled to a defense.
Those ineligible for expungement will be interested in learning about Pennsylvania's new Limited Access Law. This law limits access, hence its title, to information regarding a citizen's criminal history to grant a citizen better access to employment, housing, and education. Those who wish to file for limited access and are in need of a criminal defense attorney in Warminster, PA, and its surrounding areas are encouraged to contact Keith J. Williams Law.
The Ignition Interlock Law takes into effect in August and Keith J. Williams Law, a leading criminal defense and personal injury law firm, provides the perfect criminal defense firm for clients involved in a DUI case.
Keith J. Williams Law, a leading criminal defense and personal injury law firm, is committed to zealously pursuing the justice their clients deserve with both compassion and professionalism. The firm is pleased to announce that they have recently moved into a new office.