How can I get a license to drive if it was seized or forfeited during my arrest?
If I register over .08 on the Breathalyzer test, am I automatically guilty of DUI?
Am I legally required to take the field sobriety test at an officer’s request?
Am I legally required to take the Breathalyzer test at an officer’s request?
Can I have a lawyer represent me in a DUI charge?
Is it illegal to drink alcoholic beverages and drive in South Carolina?
Is it illegal to drink alcoholic beverages and drive in South Carolina? NO. In South Carolina, it is legal to consume alcoholic beverages and then drive a vehicle. To be convicted of DUI, a judge or jury must unanimously be convinced beyond every reasonable doubt that...read more
If you are licensed in another state but are charged with a DUI in South Carolina, we have all the details you need to know.read more
Have Questions About Administrative Suspensions in South Carolina DUI/Drunk Driving Cases? We’ve Got Answers
Administrative suspensions of a person’s driver’s license in South Carolina can be confusing, so I’m breaking down some of the key information in today’s post.read more
20 Good Examples of Why a Driver Needs to Exercise their Right to Remain Silent at a DUI Traffic Stop
Many don’t understand the importance of remaining silent during an arrest. Here are some examples of things people often say that can be incriminating.read more
A common question I hear after a DUI conviction is, “Will my DUI arrest ever be removed from my record?” In some cases, the answer is yes. Learn more here.read more
In some circumstances, the police can require a person charged with a DUI to provide a blood sample, but not always. Learn more about the topic here.read more
“Bad driving” is often what causes a police officer to pull over an impaired driver. Learn more about whether driving badly can affect your DUI charge here.read more
In South Carolina, a driver has the absolute, complete, and unequivocal right to refuse a field sobriety test.read more
A DUI conviction is a serious conviction. A DUI conviction stays on your criminal record forever.read more
In more than 20 years as a practicing DUI attorney, this is one of the most common questions I’m asked.read more
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