DUI License Suspensions in SC

March 23rd, 2022|Criminal Defense, Criminal Offenses, DUI|

If you have been charged with driving under the influence (DUI) in SC, there is a good chance your license has been suspended for an implied consent violation or a BAC violation (Blood Alcohol Violation). And, if you are convicted of DUI, your license could be suspended again. The FIRST THING we do for our [...]

Sexual Assault, Rape & Criminal Sexual Conduct Charges in SC

March 21st, 2022|Criminal Offenses|

Sexual assault, rape, or criminal sexual conduct (CSC) charges are serious allegations that can destroy a person’s life. Even if you are 100% innocent, the simple accusation carries a stigma that can follow a person for the rest of their life. The consequences for a conviction can be severe as well, and could include mandatory [...]

DUI Charges in SC: Offenses, Fines, & Jail Time

March 8th, 2022|Criminal Defense, Criminal Offenses, DUI|

DUI charges in SC can happen to anyone – politicians, police officers, lawyers, doctors or school teachers. A person from any walk of life is subject to being pulled over and accused of driving under the influence. Some police officers will arrest a person for DUI just because they smell alcohol – regardless of how [...]

20 Questions About Probation in South Carolina

August 23rd, 2021|Blood Alcohol Testing, Breath Alcohol Testing, Criminal Defense, Criminal Offenses, Drug Offenses, DUI, Federal Crimes|

If you get into a scrape with the law, you may end up on probation as a result of a conviction or plea agreement. Maybe you were convicted of simple possession. Perhaps you were caught vandalizing a building. Whatever the case may be, now you have landed a probation sentence and are stuck having to [...]

Does a DUI mean You Can’t Live and Work in Canada?

August 23rd, 2021|Blood Alcohol Testing, Breath Alcohol Testing, Criminal Defense, Criminal Offenses, DUI|

If you have been convicted of a charge for driving under the influence, you may be wondering how this conviction can impact your life beyond the typical penalties. Maybe you are considering moving. Maybe you are considering relocating to a different country. Before you pack your bags and start driving toward the border, you [...]

How Much Jail Time Can I Get for a DUI in South Carolina?

August 23rd, 2021|Criminal Offenses|

When it comes to DUI charges in South Carolina, the consequences are not always cut and dry. If you are convicted of DUI, the penalties—ranging from fines to jail time—depends on a number of factors. That’s why it is important to familiarize yourself with the various DUI charges and what they can entail so you [...]

15 Questions About Robbery, Armed Robbery & Strong-Arm Robbery in SC

July 10th, 2021|Criminal Defense, Criminal Offenses|

Imagine you are on a late-night store run with a friend. You have your little brother’s toy gun in your pocket. Outside the store, you see someone who owes you money, and the two of you get into a fight. During the scuffle, the other person feels the gun in your pocket, and it falls [...]

What are Miranda Rights & Why are Miranda Rights Important?

July 9th, 2021|Blood Alcohol Testing, Breath Alcohol Testing, Criminal Defense, Criminal Offenses, Drug Offenses, DUI, Federal Crimes|

“You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law… “ Whether from watching TV shows, reading books, or even personal experiences, most people have heard at least a portion of the Miranda rights. If you are ever questioned by police, your [...]

Top 20 Questions About How Criminal Court Works in SC

July 9th, 2021|Blood Alcohol Testing, Breath Alcohol Testing, Criminal Defense, Criminal Offenses, Drug Offenses, DUI, Federal Crimes|

Hollywood and the media like to glamorize criminal court proceedings. Whether you watch a movie or TV show that portrays a fictional case, or the news coverage of a real-life case, what you are seeing is the highlight reel. Unfortunately, those snapshots and soundbites oversimplify the complex nature of criminal courts. The incomplete portrayals of [...]

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