Leckerman Law, LLC
1818 Market Street, Suite 3740
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Tel: (215) 496-9292
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Leckerman Law is dedicated to protecting the rights of those accused of Driving Under the Influence (DUI), Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), Driving After Imbibing (DAI), and drunk driving related criminal offenses. Attorney Leckerman helped to change the law in New Jersey concerning witnesses who collect and test blood samples in DWI investigations. He is certified by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to administer the same Standardized Field Sobriety Tests used by police in DUI / DWI investigations. He has received extensive training concerning breath testing and blood testing for blood alcohol concentration (BAC) in order to discover the flaws that exist in the prosecution’s testing procedures and results.
No Case Is Too Small Or Too Large!
Effectively defending DUI and DWI cases requires having technical knowledge and skills that the general criminal defense attorney usually lacks. Often, the prosecution uses the resources of new breath testing technology and forensic laboratory testing in order to prove its cases. Typically, these new technologies and laboratories go unchallenged by an attorney who is unfamiliar with the scientific intricacies involved. It takes constant education and training concerning these varied methods of breath, urine, and blood testing in order to expose the flaws of a prosecutor’s DUI / DWI case. That is why Attorney Kevin Leckerman has exclusively dedicated his legal practice to the area of DUI / DWI defense.
Attorney Leckerman has received training in the methods of forensic testing of blood and urine for the presence of drugs and alcohol, including headspace gas chromatography and gas chromatography/mass spectrometry. During his career, he has defended over a thousand DUI and DWI cases involving blood and breath testing devices. The DUI / DWI breath testing devices utilized included the Breathalyzer and Alcotest 7100 MK III-C. He has also received training from the manufacturer of the Alcotest 7110 MK III-C in its operation. This DWI breath testing machine is used exclusively throughout the State of New Jersey. Additionally, Kevin is also a member of the National College for DUI Defense and other DUI / DWI attorney groups that routinely meet throughout the country in order to discuss innovations in defending DUI/DWI clients.
Being Charged With A DUI / DWI Is A Serious Matter. You Need An Attorney Who Will Make Sure That The Police And Prosecution Are Kept In Check Through Every Step Of The Legal Process. Leckerman Law Promises To Aggressively And Creatively Defend The Rights Of Each Client.
Chester County (Chesco) is a county located in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. The county seat is West Chester. Chester County is included in the Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE-MD Metropolitan Statistical Area. Eastern Chester County is home to many communities that comprise part of the Main Line western suburbs of Philadelphia, while part of its southernmost portion is considered suburban Wilmington, along with southwest Delaware County. Chester County is the highest-income county in Pennsylvania and 24th highest in the nation as measured by median household income (as of 2010). In 1682, William Penn established Chester County as one of three original counties in the Pennsylvania Colony and a Court House was constructed in 1724 in Chester near the Delaware River.
Population density and immigrant migration necessitated moving the facility inland. Between 1784-1786 a Court House was built in the village of West Chester on High Street. Business activity and court proceedings multiplied as more people populated the newly divided Chester County. By the 1830s drafts appeared for a larger Court House. In 1846 the Commissioners contracted with Thomas U. Walter to design a structure for the same site. Walter completed his plans for a Greek Revival building and construction began the same year. The brick and stone edifice was opened officially on Washington’s Birthday, 1848. Three years later President Millard Fillmore appointed Walter as the Architect of the Capitol, a position that still exists today. Walter designed the Capitol’s dome, both the House and Senate wings and other federal buildings.
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