About Tim Kulp

I am a veteran criminal defense lawyer handling cases in city, state and federal court. In 1999, I was board certified in criminal trial advocacy by the National Bureau of Legal Specialty Certification. At this time, only seven other lawyers in South Carolina can represent themselves as specialists in this area.

Choosing a Criminal Defense Lawyer for A DUI

February 6th, 2014|DUI|

Three Important Considerations.  It shouldn't be a coin toss... 1.    Criminal and DUI Courtroom Experience The legal market is flooded nowadays. The job market is tough for young, new lawyers. Some are forced to take on cases they don't have much experience in. I can't say that I blame them, and, the rules of [...]

Charleston’s New Law- the Driver Texting Ban

December 28th, 2013|Uncategorized|

  Texting and Driving in Charleston SC - The New Law. Get Ready for Confusion Our mandatory seat belt law was introduced slowly to the public as a “secondary” offense-that is, an officer was required to detect some other traffic violation authorizing a traffic stop before he or she could write a seat belt ticket. Not [...]

Tim Kulp-the American College of Board Certified Attorneys

December 6th, 2013|Criminal Defense|

I was recently invited to join the American College of Board Certified Attorneys. American College of Board Certified Attorneys (ACBCA) is a professional organization for attorneys who have been board certified by a recognized accrediting organization. The ACBCA supports activities to identify and recognize those attorneys who have met or exceeded rigorous certification standards relating to [...]

Police Pulling Your Cell Phone Data?

November 28th, 2013|Criminal Defense, News|

The Police and Your Cell Phone Occasionally, I see something in the news that compels me, as a citizen of this great state and as a Charleston criminal defense lawyer, to blog about-immediately. I just read an article you should read. There is a contingent of opinion these days that no one has any privacy [...]

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