Justin J. McShane

Attorney Profile

Top Rated DUI/DWI Attorney in Harrisburg, PA

The McShane Firm
 | 3601 Vartan Way, 2nd Floor
Harrisburg, PA 17110
Phone: 717-657-3900
Fax: 717-657-2060
Selected to Super Lawyers: 2013 - 2018
Selected to Rising Stars: 2011 - 2012
Licensed Since: 2001
Practice Areas:
  • Criminal Defense: DUI/DWI (80%),
  • Criminal Defense (20%)
Attorney Profile

If you are looking for the best DUI Trial Lawyer in Pennsylvania, look no further than Attorney Justin J. McShane of The McShane Firm. Based in Harrisburg, Attorney McShane is the most highly qualified Pennsylvania DUI lawyer and criminal defense attorney.

 

Attorney McShane is a trial attorney who specializes in using forensic science in defending citizens amongst us who have been accused of a crime by the Government. He is nationally known and well regarded for being a skilled and fierce litigator, but is also well known for his strong understanding and in-depth knowledge in all forms of forensic science. He earned the American Chemical Society-Chemistry and the Law Division (ACS-CHAL) designation as Forensic Lawyer Scientist (The first attorney in the United States to be designated as such).He has earned Board Certification both in DUI Defense Law by the National College for DUI Defense (NCDD) (the first and only Pennsylvania Lawyer to do so and also was the youngest person in the United States ever to be so certified) and as a Criminal Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, a Pennsylvania Supreme Court Approved Agency.

He has also earned certification in Forensic Sobriety Assessment, the first attorney to do so in the nation. He is a Sustaining Member, and was the State Delegate National Coordinator with the NCDD. He is the 2012 NCDD Dean’s Award recipient. He received the 2012 Pennsylvania Association for Drunk Driving Defense Attorneys (PADDDA) Outstanding Achievement Award. He is a charter member of DUI Defense Lawyers Association (DUIDLA). He was the Founding Treasurer of the Board of Trustees for the DUI Defense Lawyers Association Justice Foundation (DUIDLAJF). He was named to the faculty of the Indiana University Center for Studies of Law in Action Borkenstein Drug Course in 2014 and remains on faculty today. He has been accepted as a non-retained expert witness in federal court (the Middle District of Pennsylvania) as an expert in DUI investigation and defense as well as in the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests and chemical testing.

He is a frequent invited guest lecturer at international, national, state and local seminars that are attended by prosecutors, police, investigators, lawyers, judges, academics, scientists, machine manufacturers, and policy-makers. He has lectured at the American Chemical Society (ACS) National meeting nine times and has presented four times at the 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015 American Academy for Forensic Science (AAFS) national meetings. He was named a Fellow with both the American Institute of Chemists (AIC) and the AAFS. The ACS has named him a Senior Assistant Chromatography Instructor. He serves as the co-chairman of the Forensic Science section of the ACS-Chemistry and the Law (CHAL) Division, and is the Chairman of the CHAL division. He has been selected annually as a SuperLawyer. He is the Chairman/CEO of The McShane Firm, LLC, an eight attorney criminal defense and DUI law firm.

In addition to his numerous legal publications, Attorney McShane manages three popular blogs:

PA DUI Attorney , PennLAGO and
The Truth About Fornesic Science

Attorney McShane is a trial attorney who protects Federal Firearm Licensees (FFLs) who are subject to BAFTE Industry Operations (IO) auditing or actions as well as BAFTE Criminal Enforcement actions. He also protects law-abiding citizens investigated or accused of crime by the government. He isn’t some attorney who is just book smart. An avid multi-gun competitor and precision rifle shooter, he trains combative skills, CQB, and long distance precision shooting. He is also an executive who works for The 46th, an Oklahoma-based FFL07/SOT02 company. He practices concealed carry every single day. He shoots at least 4 days a week and is an avid hand loader of both precision rifle rounds as well as pistol rounds. He has received training from many luminaries in the firearms/combatives industry including the training by Jim Kauber, Steve Stovall, Bob Welch, Rich Nance, Kelly McCann, Dave Spaulding, Tom Alibrando, Craig Douglas. A former starting 118 pound NCAA Division I wrestler, and multi-time Junior world champion/world record holding/national champion powerlifter (198 and 200 pounds), Attorney McShane still trains combatives 5 days a week and engages in full-contact sparring with a multi-discipline black belt martial artist (Choy Lay Fut) once a week.

*AV Preeminent and BV Distinguished are certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell peer review ratings fall into two categories: legal ability and general ethical standards.

 
Practice Areas
Lawyer Practice Area Pie Chart

Criminal Defense: DUI/DWI (80%): DUI/DWI

Criminal Defense (20%): Arrest & Arraignment, Assault & Battery, Criminal Fraud, Criminal Law, Drug & Alcohol Violations, Felony, Misdemeanor, Murder, Theft, Criminal Domestic Violence

Focus Areas

DUI/DWI, Arrest & Arraignment, Assault & Battery, Criminal Fraud, Criminal Law, Drug & Alcohol Violations, Felony, Misdemeanor, Murder, Theft, Criminal Domestic Violence

Selections

Selected to Super Lawyers for 6 yearsmiddle-imageSelected to Rising Stars for 2 years

Super Lawyers: 2013 - 2018 Rising Stars: 2011 - 2012

Certificates and Credentials

  • National Board of Trial Advocacy

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About Justin McShane

Admitted: 2001, Pennsylvania

Professional Webpage: http://www.themcshanefirm.com/pa-dui-attorneys/justin-j-mcsh...

Honors and Awards:

  • Pennsylvania Super Lawyers (2013,2014,2015,2016,2017), 2018
  • Named to “Super Lawyers – 2014″ Super Lawyers Magazine, 2014
  • Conferred by the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association an Official Proclamation in recognition for volunteerism in teaching “countless” Texas lawyers and other lawyers about science and trial advocacy., 2011
  • Co-chairman of the Forensic Science section of the American Chemical Society-Chemistry and the Law Division (2010-present)
  • Chair Elect of the American Chemical Society-Chemistry and the Law Division, (2014 - present)
  • Named to the National College for DUI Defense Faculty(2013-2016)
  • Super Lawyers Rising Stars in Criminal Defense: DUI(2011, 2012, 2013)
  • National College for DUI Defense, Inc.-Region 3 Regional Coordinator (2010-2013)
  • National College for DUI Defense, Inc. State Delegate National Coordinator (2014)
  • AV Rated Attorney, Martindale-Hubble, 2011 - Present
  • Named to The National Trial Lawyers Top 100 List(2013)
  • Conferred by the NCDD the designation of Sustaining Membership (2012)
  • Conferred a Certificate of Appreciation by the National College for DUI Defense for helping to co-lead small group breakout sessions at the Summer Session held at the Harvard School of Law in Cambridge, MA (2012)
  • Conferred the 2012 National College for DUI Defense Dean’s Award by Dean George Stein at the Summer Session held at the Harvard School of Law in Cambridge, MA (2012)
  • Conferred the 2012 Pennsylvania Association for Drunk Driving Defense Attorney’s Outstanding Achievement Award (2012)
  • Named to the “2013 Lawyers on the Fast Track” The Legal Intelligencer
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association Review & Certifying Board Committee to help evaluate The National Board of Legal Specialty Certification for recertification in Criminal Trial Advocacy test (2013)
  • Avvo.com 10.0 Rated Attorney, 2009 - Present
  • Marshall Scholar (1994-1998) - highest academic scholarship at Franklin and Marshall
  • Dean's List (at Franklin and Marshall) - earned during every semester in college
  • Eagle Scout - conferred in September of 1991
  • National College for DUI Defense, Inc., Pennsylvania State Delegate, 2010 - Present
  • Founding elected President of the Pennsylvania Association for Drunk Driving Defense Attorneys, Inc. 2011 - present

Special Licenses/Certifications:

  • Certificate of Kembativz Skills Progression, 2017
  • IWI US, Inc. presents Certificate of Completion for Tavor Operator - LVL I Certification, 2017
  • Certificate of Completion by THE SITE FIREARMS TRAINING CENTER: Armed Citizen Self Protection Course, 2017
  • Certificate of Achievement by HANDGUN COMBATIVES TRAINING, LLC : ADVANCED COMBATIVE PISTOL, 2017
  • Long Distance, High Angle Shooting with Jim Kauber April 3-6, 2017 Bear Trap Range Coalinga, CA, 2017
  • Certificate of Training Combatives Principles Application Seminar, KEMBATIVZ BRAND, 2017
  • Certificate of Completion by WARTAC CQC - Close Quarter Pistol & Active Shooter Response, 2016
  • Certificate of Completion by WARTAC CQC: Close Quarter Pistol, 2016
  • Certificate of Completion by The SITE Firearms Training Center: McShane Group Threat Protection Course, 2016
  • Certificate of Completion by International Firearm Specialist Academy:Firearm Curious and Relics, 2016
  • Certificate of Completion by International Firearm Specialist Academy:Firearm Mechanical Operation, 2016
  • Certificate of Completion by International Firearm Specialist Academy: Firearm Nomenclature  , 2016
  • Certificate of Completion by International Firearm Specialist Academy : Short barreled Shotgun-Rifle and Weapons Made from Shotgun-Rifle, 2016
  • Certification Of Completion by Orchid Advisors: Course 111 - Serialized Inventory Records, 2016
  • Certification Of Completion by Orchid Advisors: Course 109 - Marking Requirements And The ATF Trace, 2016
  • Certification Of Completion by Orchid Advisors: Course 108 - Federal And State Regulations, 2016
  • Certification Of Completion by Orchid Advisors: Course 107 - Manufacturing Inspection Prep, 2016
  • Certification Of Completion by Orchid Advisors: Course 104 - Firearm Physical Security Ideas, 2016
  • Certification Of Completion by Orchid Advisors: Course 103 - Creating And Managing The Compliance Function, 2016
  • Certification Of Completion by Orchid Advisors: Course 102 - Firearm Types And Distribution, 2016
  • Certification Of Completion by Orchid Advisors: Course 110 - NFA Deep Dive, 2016
  • Certification Of Completion by Orchid Advisors: Course 101 - Regulated Industry Orientation, 2016
  • Certification Of Completion by Orchid Advisors: Course 106 - Retail Inspection Prep, 2016
  • National Rifle Association of America Certificate of Membership: Life Member, 2015
  • Certificate of Completion by The SITE Firearms Training Center:McShane Tactical Pistol, Carbine and Precision Rifle Course, 2015
  • Certificate of Forensic Chromatography XVIII: Theory & Practice. Course by ACS, 2015
  • Certificate of Forensic Principles of DUID V. Course by ACS, 2015
  • Certificate of Forensic Chromatography XVII: Theory & Practice. Course by ACS, 2015
  • Certificate of Forensic Chromatography XVI: Theory & Practice. Course by ACS, 2015
  • Certificate of Forensic Principles of DUID IV. Course by ACS, 2015
  • National College for DUI Defense, Inc. Board Certification In The Field Of Defense Law, 2015
  • Certificate of Forensic Chromatography XV: Theory & Practice. Course by ACS, 2015
  • Certificate of Forensic Drug Analysis VI. Course by ACS, 2015
  • Certificate of Forensic Chromatography XIV: Theory & Practice. Course by ACS, 2015
  • Certificate of Forensic Principles of DUID III. Course by ACS, 2015
  • He has been elected a Fellow of The American Institute of Chemists, Inc., 2015
  • Certificate of Forensic Chromatography Xll: Theory & Practice. Course by ACS  , 2014
  • Certificate of Forensic Principles of DUID II. Course by ACS, 2014
  • Certificate of Forensic Chromatography XIII: Theory & Practice.  Course by ACS, 2014
  • Earned Certification as a Criminal Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, 2014
  • Indiana University Center for Studies of Law in Action Borkenstein Course on the Effects of Drugs on Human Performance and Behavior, 2014
  • Certificate of Appreciation by The 21st Annual Mastering Scientific Evidence in DWI/DUI Cases, 2014
  • Earned the American Chemical Society-Chemistry and the Law Division designation as Forensic Lawyer Scientist (The first attorney in the United States to be designated as such), 2014
  • Certificate of Appreciation by the NCDD for helping to co-lead small group breakout sessions at the Summer Session held at the Harvard School of Law in Cambridge, MA, 2012
  • Designated Fellow, American Institute of Chemists (AIC), December 8, 2010
  • Board Certified in DUI Defense Law, National College for DUI Defense, March 19, 2010
  • Forensic Sobriety Assessment, 2010 - Present
  • Criminal Trial Advocate, National Board of Trial Advocacy, a Pennsylvania Supreme Court Approved Agency, 2009 - Present

Bar/Professional Activity:

  • State Delegate National Coordinator, National College for DUI Defense Inc. (NCDD), 2014
  • Voting Member, Advisory Committee for the Evaluation of Controlled Substance Analogs (ACECSA) (2013 to present), 2013
  • United States Supreme Court, 2004
  • United States Third Circuit Court of Appeals, June 25, 2003
  • United States Third Circuit-Middle District, August 12, 2003
  • Pennsylvania Supreme Court, November 16, 2001
  • Author of two popular and respected law blogs: PA DUI Attorney Blog and The Truth About Forensic Science  
  • Member, The National Trial Lawyers (2013 until present)
  • Board Certified Sustaining Member, The National College for DUI Defense (2013 - present)
  • Pennsylvania State Delegate, National College for DUI Defense Inc, 2010 - 2013
  • Regional Super Delegate, National College for DUI DefenseInc.(NCDD), 2012 - 2014
  • Trustee, DUI Defense Lawyers Association Justice Foundation (DUIDLAJF), 2014- Present
  • Charter Member, DUI Defense Lawyers Association (DUIDLA), 2014 - Present
  • Co-chairman of the Forensic Science section of the American Chemical Society, Chemistry and the Law Division 2010 - Present
  • Faculty National College of DUI Defense 2013–present
  • Sustaining Member and State Delegate, National College for DUI Defense, Inc. (NCDD), 2005 - Present
  • Federal Bar Association (FBA) 2003 - Present
  • Chairman, Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (PACDL), Rising Stars Section, 2003 - Present
  • National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Law (NORML), 2009 - Present
  • Dauphin County Bar Association (DCBA), 2001 - Present
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association (PBA), 2001 - Present
  • American Bar Association (ABA), 2001 - Present
  • California Bar Pro Hac Vice, 2003 - 2004
  • Associate Member, Out-of-State Attorney, California DUI Lawyers Association, 2010 - Present
  • Associate Member, Out-of-State Attorney, California Association for Criminal Justice, 2010 - present
  • Member, The Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, 2010 - Present
  • Member, Minnesota Society of Criminal Justice Intoxilyzer 5000 Source Code Coalition, 2010 - Present
  • Project Litigator, Pennsylvania Innocence Project, 2009 - Present
  • Founding Member, Pennsylvania Association for Drunk Driving Defense Attorneys (PADDDA), 2010 - Present
  • National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL), 2003 - Present
  • American Association for Justice/American Trial Lawyer Association (AAJ/ATLA), 2003 - Present

Pro bono/Community Service:

Scholarly Lectures and Writings:

  • Attend and instructed at the American Chemical Society course by Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD and Harold McNair, PhD “Forensic Applications of Chromatography (GC/HPLC) and Mass Spectrometry: Headspace Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization Detector and Mass Spectrometry and High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (a lecture laboratory course) XIX” (48 hours of training with lecturing) (Chicago, IL), 2017
  • Attended and instructed at the 2017 Indiana University Center for Studies of Law in Action Borkenstein Course on the Effects of Drugs on Human Performance and Behavior (40 hours of training, 4 hours of lecturing) (Austin, PA), 2017
  • Attended and instructed at the DUI Defense Lawyers Association (DUIDLA) national seminar (16 hours of training, 1 hour of lecturing), 2017
  • Attended and instructed at the American Chemical Society course by Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD and Harold McNair, PhD “Forensic Applications of Chromatography (GC/HPLC) and Mass Spectrometry: Headspace Gas Chromatography with Flame Ioni-zation Detector and Mass Spectrometry and High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (a lecture laboratory course) XIX” (48 hours of training with lecturing) (Chicago, IL), 2017
  • Attended and instructed at the PACDL “DUI and Motor Vehicle CLE Summit for Criminal Defense Practitioners” (8 hours of training with 1 hour of instruction) (Hershey, PA), 2017
  • Attended and instructed the American Chemical Society “Solid Drug Pre-consumption Form Forensic Analysis VI” by Heather Harris, MFS and Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD (24 hours of training with 3 hours of lecturing) (Chicago, IL), 2017
  • Attended and instructed at the American Chemical Society course “Driving Under the In-fluence of Drugs: Analytical Chemistry and Pharmacology V” by Dr. Jimmie Valentine, PhD and Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD (24 hours of training with 3 hours of lecturing) (Chicago, IL), 2017
  • Attended and instructed at the American Chemical Society course by Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD and Harold McNair, PhD “Forensic Applications of Chromatography (GC/HPLC) and Mass Spectrometry: Headspace Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization Detector and Mass Spectrometry and High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (a lecture laboratory course) XVIII” (48 hours of training with lecturing) (Chicago, IL), 2016
  • Attended and instructed at the 2016 Indiana University Center for Studies of Law in Action Borkenstein Course on the Effects of Drugs on Human Performance and Behavior (40 hours of training, 1 hour of lecturing) (Philadelphia, PA), 2016
  • Attended and instructed at the American Chemical Society course “Driving Under the Influence of Drugs: Analytical Chemistry and Pharmacology V” by Dr. Jimmie Valentine, PhD and Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD (24 hours of training with 3 hours of lecturing) (Chicago, IL), 2016
  • Attended and instructed the American Chemical Society “Solid Drug Pre-consumption Form Forensic Analysis V” by Heather Harris, MFS and Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD (24 hours of training with 3 hours of lecturing) (Chicago, IL), 2016
  • Attended and instructed at the American Chemical Society course by Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD and Harold McNair, PhD “Forensic Applications of Chromatography (GC/HPLC) and Mass Spectrometry: Headspace Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization Detector and Mass Spectrometry and High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (a lecture laboratory course) XIV”(48 hours of training with lecturing) (Chicago, IL), 2016
  • Attended and instructed at the American Chemical Society course by Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD and Harold McNair, PhD “Forensic Applications of Chromatography (GC/HPLC) and Mass Spectrometry: Headspace Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization Detector and Mass Spectrometry and High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (a lecture laboratory course) XVII” (48 hours of training with lecturing) (Chicago, IL), 2015
  • Attended and instructed at the American Chemical Society course by Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD and Harold McNair, PhD “Forensic Applications of Chromatography (GC/HPLC) and Mass Spectrometry: Headspace Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization Detector and Mass Spectrometry and High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (a lecture laboratory course) XVI” (48 hours of training with lecturing) (Chicago, IL), 2015
  • Attended and instructed the American Chemical Society “Solid Drug Pre-consumption Form Forensic Analysis VI” by Heather Harris, MFS and Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD (24 hours of training with 3 hours of lecturing) (Chicago, IL), 2015
  • Attended and instructed at the 2015 Indiana University Center for Studies of Law in Action Borkenstein Course on the Effects of Drugs on Human Performance and Behavior (40 hours of training, 1 hour of lecturing) (Tempe, AZ), 2015
  • Attended and instructed at the The South Central Pennsylvania Regional DUI Task Force and the Pennsylvania DUI Association’s “6th Annual DUI Law Enforcement Seminar” (8 hours of training with 1.5 hours of lecturing), 2015
  • Attended and instructed at the American Chemical Society course “Driving Under the Influence of Drugs: Analytical Chemistry and Pharmacology III” by Dr. Jimmie Valentine, PhD and Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD (24 hours of training with 3 hours of lecturing) (Chicago, IL), 2015
  • Attended and instructed at the American Chemical Society course by Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD and Harold McNair, PhD “Forensic Applications of Chromatography (GC/HPLC) and Mass Spectrometry: Headspace Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization Detector and Mass Spectrometry and High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (a lecture laboratory course) XV” (48 hours of training with lecturing) (Chicago, IL), 2015
  • Attended and instructed at the American Chemical Society “Solid Drug Pre-consumption Form Forensic Analysis V” by Heather Harris, MFS and Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD (24 hours of training with 3 hours of lecturing) (Chicago, IL), 2015
  • Attended and instructed at the American Chemical Society course “Driving Under the Influence of Drugs: Analytical Chemistry and Pharmacology III” by Dr. Jimmie Valentine, PhD and Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD (24 hours of training with 3 hours of lecturing) (Chicago, IL), 2015
  • Attended and instructed at the Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association (PADDA) “Lunch-n-Learn Seminar series on Enzymatic versus Forensic Testing.” (1 hour of lecturing and 1 hour of instruction) (Harrisburg, PA), 2015
  • Attended and instructed at the Fredric Rieders Family Renaissance Foundation seminar entitled “Confrontation: Bullcoming and Beyond”(4 hours of training with 0.5 hours of lecturing) (Wilmington, DE), 2015
  • Attended, instructed, and moderated at the 68th American Academy of Forensic Science Annual meeting.Attend dozens of Toxicology and Jurisprudence Section Oral Presentations; presented “The Validity of Enzymatic Assay for Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) Determinations;” attended and participated at the AAFS/SOFT joint meeting; moderated 2 hours of Science and the Law of Psychiatric Disorders in the Jurisprudence Section (40 hours of training, 0.3 hour of lecturing, 3 hours of moderating) (Orlando, FL), 2015
  • Attended and instructed at the American Chemical Society course by Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD and Harold McNair, PhD “Forensic Applications of Chromatography (GC/HPLC) and Mass Spectrometry: Headspace Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization Detector and Mass Spectrometry and High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (a lecture laboratory course) XIV” (48 hours of training with lecturing) (Chicago, IL), 2015
  • Attended and instructed the American Chemical Society “Solid Drug Pre-consumption Form Forensic Analysis IV” by Heather Harris, MFS and Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD (24 hours of training with 3 hours of lecturing) (Chicago, IL), 2014
  • Aattended and instructed at the American Chemical Society course by Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD and Harold McNair, PhD “Forensic Applications of Chromatography (GC/HPLC) and Mass Spectrometry: Headspace Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization Detector and Mass Spectrometry and High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (a lecture laboratory course) XIII” (48 hours of training with lecturing) (Chicago, IL), 2014
  • Attended and instructed at the American Chemical Society course by Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD and Harold McNair, PhD “Forensic Applications of Chromatography (GC/HPLC) and Mass Spectrometry: Headspace Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization Detector and Mass Spectrometry and High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (a lecture laboratory course) XII” (48 hours of training with lecturing) (Chicago, IL), 2014
  • Attended and instructed at the 2014 Indiana University Center for Studies of Law in Action Borkenstein Course on the Effects of Drugs on Human Performance and Behavior (40 hours of training, 1 hour of lecturing) (Philadelphia, PA), 2014
  • Attended and instructed at the US Law Shield seminar “As a Legal Gun Owner, What Are My Rights?” (4 hours of training with 3 hours of lecturing) (Harrisburg, PA), 2014
  • Attended and instructed at the US Law Shield seminar “As a Legal Gun Owner, What Are My Rights?”  (4 hours of training with 3 hours of lecturing) (Allentown, PA), 2014
  • Attended and instructed at the US Law Shield seminar “As a Legal Gun Owner, What Are My Rights?” (4 hours of training with 3 hours of lecturing) (Harrisburg, PA), 2014
  • Attended and instructed at the US Law Shield seminar “As a Legal Gun Owner, What Are My Rights?” (4 hours of training with 3 hours of lecturing) (Warminister, PA), 2014
  • Attended and instructed at the US Law Shield seminar “As a Legal Gun Owner, What Are My Rights?” (4 hours of training with 3 hours of lecturing) (Bethlehem, PA), 2014
  • Attended and instructed at the US Law Shield seminar “As a Legal Gun Owner, What Are My Rights?” (4 hours of training with 3 hours of lecturing) (Harrisburg, PA), 2014
  • Attended and hosted The 7th Annual TheMcShaneFirm.com lecture series on Defending the Citizen Accused of a DUI by the Government “Learning at the Footsteps of the Master-Cross Examination by Terry MacCarthy IV” (20 hours of training) (Tulsa, OK), 2014
  • Attended and instructed the Quebec criminal defense attorneys and members of AQAAD (Association québecoise des avocats et avocates de la defense) on “Scientific defenses to evi-dentiary breath test results” (Montreal, Canada) (8 hours of training and lecturing), 2014
  • Attended and instructed at the American Chemical Society course by Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD and Harold McNair, PhD “Forensic Applications of Chromatography (GC/HPLC) and Mass Spectrometry: Headspace Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization Detector and Mass Spectrometry and High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (a lecture laboratory course) XI” (48 hours of training with lecturing) (Chicago, IL), 2014
  • Hosted, attended and instructed at the Impaired Driving Specialist course “Standardized Field Sobriety Test Instructor” by Anthony Palacios (32 hours of training with 3 hours of lecturing) (Harrisburg, PA), 2014
  • Attended and instructed and moderated at the 67th American Academy of Forensic Science Annual meeting. Attended dozens of Toxicology and Jurisprudence Section Oral Presen-tations as well as “Workshop #1: Designer Drug Detection in Forensic Toxicology: From Basic to Brilliant;” “Workshop #12: Root Cause Analysis: When Blaming the Analyst Completely Misses the Point;” presented “The Constitutionality of the Cold Case CODIS Hit and an Offender not on Probation or Parole” (40 hours of training, 0.3 hour of lecturing, 3 hours of moderating) (Seattle, WA), 2014
  • Attended and instructed at the American Chemical Society course “Driving Under the Influence of Drugs: Analytical Chemistry and Pharmacology I” by Dr. Jimmie Valentine, PhD and Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD (24 hours of training with 3 hours of lecturing) (Chicago, IL), 2014
  • Attended and instructed at the Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers 2014 Ohio Advanced DUI seminar (16 hours of training with 3 hours of lecturing) (Columbus, OH), 2014
  • Attended and instructed at the NCDD/TCDLA seminar “Mastering Scientific Evidence” (24 hours of training with 1 hours of lecturing) (New Orleans, LA), 2014
  • Attended and instructed at the American Chemical Society 247th National Meeting & Exposition a symposium (4 hours of moderating with 1 hour of lecturing) (Dallas, TX), 2014
  • Attended and instructed at the US Law Shield seminar “As a Legal Gun Owner, What Are My Rights?” (5 hours of training with 3 hours of lecturing) (Southampton, PA), 2014
  • Attended and instructed at the 99th Annual Meeting and Conference of Probate and Asso-ciate Circuit Judges and the Missouri State Judges conference (8 hours of training, 2.5 hours of lecturing) (Lake of the Ozarks, MO), 2014
  • Attended and instructed the American Chemical Society “Solid Drug Pre-consumption Form Forensic Analysis IV” by Heather Harris, MFS and Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD (24 hours of training with 3 hours of lecturing) (Chicago, IL), 2014
  • Attended and instructed at the North Carolina Advocates for Justice “Understanding Gas Chromatography and Blood Testing: Blood Testing in the Forensic World” (8 hours of training with 8 hours of lecturing), 2014
  • Attended and instructed at the US Law Shield seminar “As a Legal Gun Owner, What Are My Rights?” (4 hours of training with 3 hours of lecturing) (New Castle, PA), 2014
  • Attended and instructed at the US Law Shield seminar “As a Legal Gun Owner, What Are My Rights?” (4 hours of training with 3 hours of lecturing) (Rochester, PA), 2014
  • Attended and instructed at the American Chemical Society course “Driving Under the In-fluence of Drugs: Analytical Chemistry and Pharmacology II” by Dr. Jimmie Valentine, PhD and Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD (24 hours of training with 3 hours of lecturing) (Chicago, IL), 2014
  • Attended and instructed at the American Chemical Society 245th National Meeting & Exposition a symposium entitled “The Importance and Evidentiary Ramifications of Reducing Error in Forensic Analytical Chemistry: Metrology in the Courtroom” and a lecture entitled “The Traditional Landscape of Measurement Science in the Courtroom: Qualitative Measurement Uncertainty- The Myth of Infinite Precision and Total Accuracy”(40 hours of training with 4 hours of lecturing) (New Orleans, LA), 2013
  • Attended and hosted the American Chemical Society “Forensic Drug Analysis Course” by Heather Harris, MFS and Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD (24 hours of training with 3 hours of lecturing) (Chicago, IL), 2013
  • Attended and instructed at the Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers “Annual Criminal Defense Seminar” (24 hours of training with 1.5 hours of lecturing) (Knoxville, TN), 2013
  • Attended and instructed at the NCDD/TCDLA seminar “Mastering Scientific Evidence”(24 hours of training with 1.5 hours of lecturing) (New Orleans, LA), 2013
  • Will Attended and instructed at the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association “Stuart Kinard Memorial Advance DWI Seminar” (16 hours of training with 3 hours of lectur-ing), 2013
  • Instructed at training for the Lebanon County Public Defender’s Office a workshop called “Enzymatic Assay: The non-forensic method of BAC determination” (2 hours of training with 2 hours of instructing) (Lebanon, PA), 2013
  • Will attend and instruct at the Institute for Continuing Legal Education “Defense of Drinking Drivers Institute” (16 hours of training with 1.25 hours of lecturing), Institute For Continuing Legal Education, 2013
  • Attended and instructed at the 66th American Academy of Forensic Science Annual meeting. Co-chaired Scientific Workshop #14 “Melendez-Diaz, Bullcoming, and Williams: Scientific Evidence and the Right to Confrontation” and presented “The Defense Perspective” at the workshop. Presented “EPA, GLP, and USP vs. Forensic Science: Where is the Commutability? Why Are There no Standardized Methods Across All of Forensic Science?” Attended many oral presentations. (40 hours of training, 4 hours of co-chairing a workshop, 1 hour of lecturing) (Washington, DC), 2013
  • Attended and instructed at the 1st Annual Michigan OWI Attorney’s DUI seminar 8 hours of training with 1.5 hours of lecturing) (Detroit, MI), 2013
  • Attended and instructed at the NCDD Summer Session hosted at Harvard Law School (16 hours of training) (3 hours of co-instructing) (Cambridge, MA), 2013
  • Hosted and instructed the Pennsylvania Association for Criminal Defense Lawyers webinar “Introductory to Evidentiary Breath Testing and Scientific Challenges” (1.5 hours of training with 1.5 hours of lecturing), 2013
  • Instructed a webinar produced by the joint West Legal Edcenter and NACDL entitled “Gas Chromatography for EtOH in DUI cases”(1 hour of training and instructing), 2013
  • Attended and instructed at the American Chemical Society course by Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD and Harold McNair, PhD “Forensic Applications of Chromatography (GC/HPLC) and Mass Spectrometry: Headspace Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization Detector and Mass Spectrometry and High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (a lecture laboratory course)” (16 hours of training) (48 hours of training with lecturing) (Chicago, IL), 2013
  • Attend and hosted the “Hands-On Intensive DNA For Lawyers” course held at Boise State with Dr. Greg Hampikian, PhD (16 hours of training) (24 hours of training) (Boise, ID), 2013
  • McShane, Justin J. “Why I Don’t Stipulate to Forensic Test Results” NCDD Journal Volume 1 Issue 16 (Summer, 2012) 2-3., 2012
  • McShane, Justin J. “Chapter 7: Consciousness of Guilt or Reasonable Confusion: How Applied Epistemology Can Negate the Burden Shifting Game in a DUI Refusal Case,” in Lawrence E. Wines, Esquire, ed., Understanding DUI Scientific Evidence: Fourth Edition (Aspatore: A Thompson Reuters business), 2012
  • McShane, Justin J. “Chapter 6: A Scientific Examination of the Validity of Evidentiary Breath Testing as Applied to DUI Prosecution in the United States Today,” in Lawrence E. Wines, Esquire, ed., Understanding DUI Scientific Evidence: Fourth Edition (Aspatore: A Thompson Reuters business), 2012
  • McShane, Justin J. “Chapter 3: Applied Epistemology or Subconsciously Bending the Truth: The Human Frailties of the Mind that Manifest in Bias of the Officer at the Roadside. The Drug Recognition Expert Program Serves as a Case Study for an Epistemology-Based Defense,” in Lawrence E. Wines, Esquire, ed., Understanding DUI Scientific Evidence: Fourth Edition (Aspatore: A Thompson Reuters business), 2012
  • McShane, Justin J. “Chapter 4: How to write a Bulletproof expert report for use in criminal trials,” in Lawrence E. Wines, Esquire, ed., Understanding DUI Scientific Evidence: Fourth Edition (Aspatore: A Thompson Reuters business)., 2012
  • McShane, Justin J. “Chapter 5: The Inabailty to Quantify BrAC measures,” in Lawrence E. Wines, Esquire, ed., Understanding DUI Scientific Evidence: Fourth Edition (Aspatore: A Thompson Reuters business)., 2012
  • McShane, Justin J “CHAL 26 Abstract: Burning the Accused at the Stake? Is arsn/explosive investigations scientific or modern day witchcraft?” printed in the symposium of the 243rd National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, 2012
  • Instructed at the American Chemical Society 243rd National Meeting & Exposition presenting a talk called “Burning the accused at the stake? Is arson/explosive investigations scientific or modern day witchcraft?” and moderating the full day session “Forensic Science, Chemistry, and the Law.”, 2012
  • Instructed at the NACDL & CACJ seminar “5th Annual Forensic Science Seminar” presenting a talk called “Pharmacology for Lawyers”, 2012
  • Instructed at the NCDD/TCDLA seminar “Mastering Scientific Evidence” presenting a talked called “Gas Chromatography with Mass Spectrometry for DUID cases”, 2012
  • Instructed at the NCDD Winter Session presenting a talk called “Why there is no Science in Evidentiary Breath Testing”, 2012
  • Instructed at the North Carolina Advocates for Justice “New and Creative Ideas for Winning DWI Trials” presented a talk entitled “Bullcoming and Confrontation: Now What?”, 2012
  • Instructed at the 65th American Academy of Forensic Science Annual meeting “State Crime Laboratories — Open or Closed to Criminal Defense Attorneys?”, 2012
  • Presented at the American Chemical Society course by Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD and Harold McNair, PhD “Forensic Applications of Chromatography (GC/HPLC) and Mass Spectrometry: Headspace Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization Detector and Mass Spectrometry and High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (a lecture laboratory course)” (2011)
  • McShane, Justin J, Driving After Imbibing Manual-The Authoritative Guide to Defending Motorists Accused of Alcohol/Drug Impaired Driving In Pennsylvania, (Harrisburg, PA: CDSD Publishing, 2005-2010) ISBN 978-0-615-18677-1.
  • McShane, Justin J., Fitzgerald, Edward “Chapter 6: The Changing Face of DUI Practice: A Time to Think Ahead” in Edward F. Fitzgerald, Esquire, ed., Intoxication Test Evidence: Second Edition (Eagan, MN: West: A Thompson Reuters business, 2010, ASIN: B0006F56LC), 6-1 to 6-55.
  • McShane, Justin J., “The Inability to Quantify: Values that are Outside the Demonstrated Linear Dynamic Range of Detection Lead to the Impossibility to Prove Guilt beyond a Reasonable Doubt,” submitted to the Pennsylvania Bar Association Quarterly.
  • McShane, Justin J., “The Lack of Legal and Forensic Suitability of Enzymatic Assaying for Blood Alcohol Concentrations in Prosecutions of Alleged Drunk Drivers: Enzymatic assaying-The Indirect Measurement that is Non-specific to Ethanol that is Being Misapplied from the Clinical World into the Forensic Arena,” submitted to The Journal of the American Chemical Society in peer review
  • McShane, Justin J., “An Epistemological Based Defense to the DRE-based DUI Prosecution” in Don Bartell ed., Mary Catherine McMurray ed., and Anne ImObersteg ed., Attacking and Defending Drunk Driving Tests (James Publishing, 2008), submitted pending galleys
  • Citron, Joseph and McShane, Justin J., Phlebotomy: Forensic & Medico-legal aspects (Lawyers and Judges Publishing) anticipated release date 2012.
  • McShane, Justin J. and Lee, Josh “Electro-Chemical Based Portable Breath Testing: A Potentially Dangerous Non-Specific and Non-Selective Measure at Roadside” shortly to be submitted to The Champion for review and possible publication.
  • McShane, Justin J. “Consciousness of Guilt or Reasonable Confusion: How Applied Epistemology Can Negate the Burden Shifting Game in a DUI Refusal Case” submitted to The Voice (Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association’s membership publication).
  • McShane, Justin J. "Glossary of Important Analytical Chemistry Terms" in Paul Burglin, Barry Simons and Ed Kuwach, ed., CaliforniaMcShane, Justin J. “Glossary of Important Analytical Chemistry Terms” in Paul Burglin, Barry Simons and Ed Kuwach, ed., California Drunk Driving Law (Costa Mesa, CA: James Publishing2011, ISBN-10: 0970350120).
  • McShane, Justin J. “Iconoclastic Thinking: Smashing the Paradigm of Effective Cross-Examination of Opposing Party Expert Witnesses. How Being Nice, Acting Like A Curious 5-Year Old, and Using the Social Convention of the Dating Ritual to Win.” North Carolina Association for Justice, Ohio Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, The California Public Defenders Association, and the Tennessee Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (2011)
  • McShane, Justin J. “Comprehensive Blood Discovery and the Reasons For It.” in Bruce Kapsack, Esquire, ed., Innovative DUI Trial Tools (James Publishing, 2011, ASIN: B001NAQLPE).
  • McShane, Justin J. “Glossary of Important Analytical Chemistry Terms” included in materials distributed at the Colorado Criminal Defense Bar’s “Rocky Mountain High: DUI/DUID Defense School at 10,000 feet.”
  • McShane, Justin J., Lee, Josh, and Valentine, Jimmy “False Convictions and Bad Pharmacology: The Danger of the Drug Recognition” American Chemical Society Symposium Series Books (Washington, DC: American Chemical Society) pending peer review.
  • McShane, Justin J., and Lee, Josh D. “Chapter 6: Headspace Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization Detector: What It Is and How to Cross-Examine an Expert on It” in Lawrence E. Wines, Esquire, ed., Understanding DUI Scientific Evidence: Third Edition (Aspatore: A Thompson Reuters business, 2011).
  • McShane, Justin J., and Marley, Wanda “Abstract E 23: Limitations of the Assay: Gastroesophageal Reflux and BrAC Measurements” in The Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences: 63rd Annual Scientific Meeting (Colorado Springs, CO-AAFS, 2011).
  • McShane, Justin J., Fitzgerald, Edward “Chapter 57: ISO 17025” in Edward F. Fitzgerald, Esquire, ed., Intoxication Test Evidence: Second Edition (Eagan, MN: West: A Thompson Reuters business, 2011, ASIN: B0006F56LC), anticipated publishing date 3rd quarter of 2011.
  • McShane, Justin J. “How to Obtain Scientific Data (Discovery) through the Court: In a World with Confrontation How Does a Criminal Defense Lawyer Confront an Expert Witness in the World of Analytical Chemistry?” accepted for publication in the California Public Defenders Quarterly Newsletter anticipated publication 2011.
  • McShane, Justin J “Chapter x: Current Scientific Thoughts on Defending DUI Death Cases“ in Defending DUI Vehicular Homicide Cases, (Aspatore; A Thompson Reuters business) anticipated publishing date 2012.
  • Intoximeters Alco-Sensor FST Practioner and Instructor Training, (various times)
  • SFST Practitioner Training, (various occasions)
  • Breath Alcohol Technician Training, (various occasions)
  • Central Pennsylvania College-Jury Trial Advocacy, (various occasions)
  • Penn State-Dickinson School of Law-Jury Trial Advocacy, (various occasions)
  • Special Guest Presenter-Pennsylvania State Police Academy, 2002
  • Presenter, "Technology in the Courtroom", CLE credit for the DCBA, 2006
  • "Traffic Law Practices in Pennsylvania" - Lorman Education Services-Moderator of Panel and Keynote Speaker, 2006
  • NCDD/GACDL/Headlines Marketing's "Advanced Forensic Blood and Urine Seminar"- a case study presentation of the anatomy of a .34 BAC not guilty, in San Diego, CA, 2009
  • "False Positives and Actual Innocence"-lecture to the Harrisburg Lion's Club, 2009
  • Advanced DRE Training, 2009
  • "How to Aggressively, Scientifically and Ethically Defend a Controlled Substances Accusation", 2009
  • Lecture, Connecticut State Public Defender's Conference on "Short Course on Blood Toxicology" and "Drug DUI cases - Can they be Defended?", 2009
  • Presenter, North Carolina Advocates for Justice "Advanced DWI Seminar" entitled "If You Want Blood, You've Got It: Understanding, Discovering and Presenting Errors in Blood Testing", 8 hours of training with 2 hours of lecturing
  • Co-Presenter at an approved PACLE seminar entitled "The Defense is the Science and Science is the Truth, The Truth About Forensic Science: An Introduction to Method Validation" with Janine Arvisu, 8 hours of training
  • Co-Instructer The 3rd Annual TheMcShaneFirm.com lecture series on Defending the Citizen Accused of a DUI by the Government 2010 topic "Just Because You are an Expert…Doesn't Make You Interesting" small group work shop seminar with Dr. Paul Homoly, CSP, 2010
  • co-Instructer, The 3rd Annual TheMcShaneFirm.com lecture series on Defending the Citizen Accused of a DUI by the Government 2010 topic "Introduction to Breath Testing" with Mary McMurray, 2010
  • Co-Instructer, Impaired Driving Specialists' seminar "NHTSA's Standardized Field Sobriety Testing Practitioner ", 2010
  • Instructer and moderater, www.TheMcShaneFirm.com seminar "How an Analytical Chemist is your Best Friend, And Also an Introduction to Metrology", 2010
  • Instructer, American Chemical Society course by Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD and Harold McNair, PhD "Forensic Applications of Chromatography, GC/HPLC and Mass Spectrometry: Headspace Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization Detector and Mass Spectrometry and High Pressure Liquid Chromatography, a lecture laboratory course", 2010
  • Instructer, IDS Consulting Inc's seminar "Behind the Secrets of Highway Drug Interdiction", 2010
  • Instructer, Lorman Education Services teleconference "Pennsylvania DUI Case Law Update: A Massive Paradigm Shift-The Post Melendez-Diaz and Post-Chase World", 2010
  • Instructer, Platt and Associates seminar entitled "An Overview of the NHTSA/IACP Drug Recognition and Evaluation Course" 2 blocks of instruction "In the Defense of the Officer: Epistemology" and "An Introduction to Gas Chromatography: How an Analytical Chemist Can Be Your Best Friend", 2010
  • Instructer, American Chemical Society Fall 2010 National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society the Title for the Session is: "The Lack of Legal and Forensic Suitability of Enzymatic Assaying for Blood Alcohol Concentrations in Prosecutions of Alleged Drunk Drivers" and Title for the presentation is: "Enzymatic assaying: The Indirect Measurement that is Non-specific to Ethanol that is Being Misapplied from the Clinical World into the Forensic Arena", 2010
  • Instructer, California Association for Criminal Justice annual "Rules of the Road Seminar"-Palm Springs, CA, 2010
  • Co-Instructer "Just Because You are an Expert…Doesn't Make You Interesting" small group work shop seminar with Dr. Paul Homoly, CSP, 2010
  • Instructer, Alabama Criminal Defense Lawyer's annual "Advanced DUI Topics" seminar on Blood, Urine and other analytical chemistry topics, 2010
  • Instructer, Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers annual DUI Seminar, 2010
  • Instructer, Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association "Stuart Kinard Memorial Advance DWI Seminar", 2010
  • Instructer for private in-house training for Trichter & Murphy. PC entitled "How an Analytical Chemist Can be the Accused's Best Friend Lessons 1-5", 2010
  • Instructer, American Chemical Society course by Dr. Lee Polite, BA, MBA, PhD and Harold McNair, PhD "Forensic Applications of Chromatography, GC/HPLC and Mass Spectrometry: Headspace Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization Detector and Mass Spectrometry and High Pressure Liquid Chromatography, a lecture laboratory course", 2010
  • Instructer, South Carolina Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers "The Third Annual Reese Joye Memorial DUI Defense Seminar", 2010
  • Instructer, national webinar "The Scientific Truth About HS-GC-FID and the Pharmacology of ETOH, Marijuana and Benzodiazepines", 2011
  • Special Guest Lecturer, Methodist University in North Carolina a talk entitled "The Criminal Defense Lawyer Is Not the Enemy of Good Forensic Science… The District Attorney May Be", 2011
  • Instructer, North Carolina Advocates for Justice "New and Creative Ideas for Winning DWI Trials" a talk entitled "The Science of DWI: Three Never Fail principles of cross-examining any "expert" on science or Paul Glover", 2011
  • Instructer, national webinar "The Scientific Truth About HS-GC-FID and the Pharmacology of ETOH, Marijuana and Benzodiazepines", 2011
  • Presenter, 63rd American Academy of Forensic Science Annual meeting-Chicago, Illinois a talk entitled "E23: Gastroesophageal Reflux in BrAC Measurements", 2011
  • Instructer, TCDLA "Masters of Cross Examination Seminar" along faculty which includes Racehorse Haynes, Dick DeGuerin, Gerry Goldstein, Kent Shaefer, Greg Westfall, Vivian King, Scrappy Holmes, Terry MacCarthy and Dan Cogdell, 2011
  • Instructer, Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers 2011 Ohio Advanced DUI seminar, 2011
  • Instructer, OACDL bonus seminar "Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry, Integration, and Metrology", 2011
  • Presenter, American Chemical Society Spring 2011 National Meeting & Exposition "False Convictions and Bad Pharmacology: The Danger of the Drug Recognition "Expert" Protocol in Driving Under the Influence of Drug Prosecutions: A call for meaningful validation" and 2nd presentation with a poster session: "False Accusation the Issues of Residual Mouth Alcohol, and the Non-specificity and Non-selectivity of Roadside Portable Breath Testing devices that use ElectroChemical-based Detectors", 2011
  • Presenter, NCDD/TCDLA seminar "Mastering Scientific Evidence", 2011
  • Presenter, National Webinar "The Scientific Truth About Hospital Blood: Enzymatic-based assay", 2011
  • Presenter, TCDLA "DWI Defense Project-DWI Science: What You Must Know to Win!", 2011
  • Presenter, Maryland Criminal Defense Attorney's Association seminar "7th Annual Advanced DUI Seminar", 2011
  • McShane, Justin J, Am I Going to Lose My License?, (Harrisburg, PA: CDSD Publishing, 2005-2010)
  • McShane, Justin J, Pennsylvania Vehicle Code and the ‘New' Driving After Imbibing Law: A Practitioner's Guide to Successfully Defending Against the Commonwealth and PENNDOT License Suspension, (Harrisburg, PA: CDSD Publishing, 2005-2010)
  • McShane, Justin J, Preliminary Hearing: A Primer for the Inexperienced, (Harrisburg, PA: CDSD Publishing, 2005-2010)
  • McShane, Justin J, Marsico, Douglas, Sennett, Brian Traffic Law Practices in Pennsylvania, (Lorman Education Services, 2006)
  • Gengo, Francis and McShane, Justin J. "Appropriate Analysis and Application of Bio-scientific Information in the Defense of Those Accused of Driving Under the Influence of Drugs or Ethanol" (anticipated publication date in 2013)
  • McShane, Justin J., Marley, Wanda, Citron, Joseph, and Gengo, Francis "Chapter x: The Top Ten Points in Establishing a Viable and Scientifically Based GER/GERD Defense to Evidentiary Breath Testing Cases," in Lawrence E. Wines, Esquire, ed., Understanding DUI Scientific Evidence: Third Edition (Asporte: A Thompson Reuters business, 2011), anticipated publishing date 2nd quarter of 2011

Educational Background:

Industry Groups

  • American Association For Justice/American Trial Lawyer Association
  • American Bar Association
  • Dauphin County Bar Association
  • Federal Bar Association
  • Inc.
  • National Association Of Criminal Defense Lawyers
  • National College For DUI Defense
  • Pennsylvania Association Of Criminal Defense Lawyers
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • Pennsylvania Innocence Project
Office Location for Justin J. McShane

3601 Vartan Way
2nd Floor
Harrisburg, PA 17110

Phone: 717-657-3900

Fax: 717-657-2060

 

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