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Attorney McShane earns Not Guilty in .192 BAC DUI case

June 25, 2009

Today Attorney McShane used pharmacology and analytical chemistry to obtain a not guilty verdict in a DUI case in front of a Cumberland county jury where a citizen was accused of having a blood alcohol content greater than .16. The defendant was accused of having a BAC of .192 as determined by a headspace gas Chromatograph with a flame ionization detector run by the Pennsylvania state police lab. The McShane Firm team, together with an expert, showed multiple issues with the blood test resulting in a not guilty.

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