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Does the car have to be moving for me to be found guilty of DUI?

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Published on Jan 5, 2015

Does the car have to be moving for me to be found guilty of
DUI?
No. In Pennsylvania, you can be convicted for DUI even if you’re not
actually driving the car.
The key is whether you had the capability and power to dominate, direct, or control the
vehicle.
It doesn’t matter whether you were actually
exercising that power at the time.
In other words, simply sitting behind the wheel with the keys in the ignition can
lead to your arrest for DUI because you are in actual
physical control of the car.
There are, however, exceptions
to this general rule which must be considered before simply applying for ARD or pleading guilty.
Arrested for DUI? Contact Attorney Quinlan at 717 202-2277 or visit our website at www.harrisburgduiguy.com

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