Resisting Arrest in SC: Charge & Penalties

October 6th, 2020|Categories: Blood Alcohol Testing, Breath Alcohol Testing, Criminal Defense, Criminal Offenses, Drug Offenses, DUI, Federal Crimes, Firearms Law|

You should never resist an officer’s attempt to bring you into custody, even if you do not believe the arrest is warranted. Resisting Arrest is illegal under SC Code Section 16-9-320 and Section 16-3-625. South Carolina’s criminal court system deals [...]

Drugs Found in Car: Can I Get Charged in SC?

October 3rd, 2020|Categories: Criminal Defense, Criminal Offenses, Drug Offenses, DUI, Federal Crimes|

Have you ever been pulled over while in someone else’s car? You may have thought that if you do not have anything illegal on you, then there is nothing for you to worry about. Unfortunately, that is not the case. [...]

Public Intoxication Charge vs. Disorderly Conduct Charge in SC

October 3rd, 2020|Categories: Criminal Defense, Criminal Offenses, DUI|

A drunken wedding guest loudly argues with his girlfriend in a public parking lot. A frustrated college student curses angrily in a public park because her cell phone just died. The cops show up and place both people under arrest. [...]

Vandalism, Criminal Property Damage, Malicious Injury: What Does it All Mean in SC?

October 1st, 2020|Categories: Criminal Defense, Criminal Offenses, Federal Crimes|

It happens. You made a mistake, and now you are facing criminal property damage charges. A celebration with friends got a little out of hand and some store windows were broken. A simple prank resulted in some damage to a [...]

Top 12 Questions About DUI & Probation in SC

October 1st, 2020|Categories: Business Law, Criminal Defense, Criminal Offenses, Drug Offenses, DUI, Federal Crimes, Firearms Law, General Litigation|

An experienced DUI lawyer can work with you to clarify the laws and explain how they apply to your specific case. The questions and answers below explain some of the basic facts about DUI cases, probation violations, and possible consequences. [...]

Pro Se: Should You Represent Yourself at Trial in SC?

May 21st, 2020|Categories: Business Law, Criminal Defense, Criminal Offenses, Drug Offenses, DUI, Federal Crimes, Firearms Law, General Litigation|

There is a good chance that you will have to deal with legal matters at some point in your life. Yet, if you are like most people, you do not have a lawyer on standby, and you will have this [...]

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