Similar to the two previous case results, we were contacted by a driver charged with Illegally Passing a School Bus and faced a 60 day driver’s license suspension. Our client was a mother who commuted quite a distance to work — the loss of her license could have meant loss of her job as well. She was…

A young lady, who was a responsible driver and hard working business person had maintained a clean driving record. She was critically dependent on her driver’s license as she needed it not only for work and personal use but also in errands and transportation for helping her ill mother. Intentionally passing a school bus with…

Our client was a business woman working in an area of the City of Pittsburgh new to her. On one of her first days commuting to her work place she was cited for illegally Meeting / Overtaking a School Bus with its red lights flashing and arm extended. This is a serious violation as a…

A citation was issued to a Truck Driver for operating an overweight rig on a weight restricted bridge in Western Pennsylvania.  The original citation carried a fine of over $6,000.  Based upon the presentation of information by the law office of Joyce & Bittner, the hearing resulted in an agreed upon plea to anamended citation with a…

A Pennsylvania Truck driver had a 35 year good driving record.  However, he was cited for Reckless Driving for an incident where his tractor trailer collided with a passenger car.  He had no idea that by just paying the citation he would lose his driving privileges for 6 months and lose his job as a…

A Trucking Company from the state of New York contacted our firm about a driver who was cited in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. This trucking company had sought our services before and again sought to have us defend a driver who might otherwise lose his CDL. The driver was charged with driving his truck after being placed…

Joyce & Bittner was retained by the wife of a 43-year-old man who had never had a driver’s license. After having his privilege to drive suspended because of a non-driving related drug offense (many people are unaware that some non-driving related cases such as drug violations will lead to suspension of driving privileges) he then…

In another instance, a male client sought medical care after experiencing two episodes of loss of consciousness or dizziness. Following his medical appointment, the doctor’s office reported this situation to PennDOT as two episodes of unexplained loss of consciousness. PennDOT reviewed this report and decided to suspend his license under medical recall. This man was blindsided…

One of our clients recently found out that a trip to the doctor can lead to the loss of your license. When she reported being tired all the time, the doctor quizzed her on her driving. He then filed a report which resulted in PennDOT issuing a notice of recall of her driver’s license for…

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