Legal Blog

legal blog

Interested in criminal law? Browse Mr. Logan's monthly legal blog.

Ignition Interlock Limited License Becomes Law

By shaun | August 29, 2017

Good news for all Pennsylvanians dealing with a loss of license because of a DUI or because of a refusal to submit to a chemical test: the new Ignition Interlock Limited License (“IILL”) is now law. On Friday, PennDOT provided a plethora of information about the IILL. Generally speaking, the IILL allows people that have…

I am wanted on a warrant; what should I do?

By Tom Logan | July 29, 2017

I am wanted on a warrant; what should I do? The worst thing to do is NOTHING. One time, I had a person call me whose husband was an inmate in the Cook County Jail. That is Chicago. That is a rough jail. A bad place to be. “What happened?” I asked her. She told…

New Pennsylvania Law Expands Expungement of Criminal Records

By Tom Logan | July 28, 2017

On February 16, 2016, Governor Wolf signed Senate Bill 166 into law. The law provides a way for individuals CONVICTED of certain ungraded misdemeanors (like driving under the influence and drug possession), and third and second degree misdemeanors, to have their records sealed. This is a major and significant expansion of a person’s rights to…

Help for DUI suspensions only a month away

By Tom Logan | July 28, 2017

Help for DUI suspensions only a month away In May 2016, Governor Wolf signed a law that will, when it takes effect on August 25, 2017, create immediate help for people under DUI suspensions. The law creates a new, special type of license: an “IGNITION INTERLOCK LIMITED LICENSE” or “IILL”. People serving DUI related license…

“TOM ACHIEVED RESULTS FOR ME THAT NO ONE EXPECTED,”

well above and beyond what his own goals for the case were. He was kind, compassionate and always made me feel like an honorable human being despite the trouble I found myself in. He was easy to reach, responded always in a very timely manner, and was well prepared. I would recommend Tom to anyone in need of legal representation.

“GETTING IN TO LEGAL TROUBLE IS NEVER FUN.”

The first thing that stuck out to me was how quickly Tom reached out to me after doing an online inquiry. Because of the nature of my case it required immediate attention and he save me a lot of headaches. Secondly, my anxiety throughout was put to rest as I knew I was in good hands and that Mr. Logan would go above and beyond to protect my interests. I could not be more satisfied with the representation I received and the advice I was given. He's as good as it gets.

“I COULD NOT HAVE ASKED FOR BETTER REPRESENTATION.”

Tom was very prepared and ready for any possible outcome during my entire defense. His aggressive strategy, in my particular case, caused the DA to over look charges that no doubt would have been added if they had enough time to properly investigate. If those charges were added, it would have been very easy for them to prove my guilt and I would have lost everything. For this I am utmost grateful for Tom's stunning work! However what meant more to me than his remarkable representation was that he genuinely cared about my well being. Wisdom can be offered by all ages, and Tom shared a lot of it with me.

“A LAWYER YOU CAN COUNT ON,”

I was so grateful to have Thomas Logan assigned to my case. He immediately helped put my mind at ease by focusing on information and best next steps. Together we devised a plan and put our plan into action. I trusted that he would guide me towards the most favorable outcome for my case and he did. I highly recommend this lawyer with complete confidence.

criminal defense law firm Bucks County Five Star Attorney

Visit Us
Law Offices of Thomas Logan, P.C.
110 N Main Street
Second Floor
Doylestown, PA 18901

SEND US A MESSAGE


The information you obtain at this website is not and is not intended to be legal advice. The material on the website is for educational and informational purposes only.   You should consult with an attorney concerning your specific legal situation.  Communications with us are welcome but they do not establish an attorney-client relationship.  Do NOT send confidential communications until such time as an attorney-client relationship is established.  Do NOT send confidential communications until speaking with us.  We look forward to assisting you.