Kulp Law Firm blog posts relating to breath alcohol testing.

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 awareness [...]

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 [...]

7 Ways to Support Family and Friends in Prison

January 27th, 2021|Blood Alcohol Testing, Breath Alcohol Testing, Criminal Offenses, DUI|

How can you support family or friends who are in prison or who are being held at a local jail? Whether they have been arrested and charged recently, they are awaiting trial, or they have been convicted of a criminal offense and sentenced to time in prison, this is possibly the darkest and most difficult [...]

Resisting Arrest in SC: Charge & Penalties

October 6th, 2020|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 out harsh penalties for resisting law enforcement. Besides the immediate penalties of possible fines and [...]

DUI DUAC in Charleston – License Suspension

January 6th, 2014|Breath Alcohol Testing, DUI|

As a board certified criminal defense lawyer and DUI defense lawyer in Charleston, South Carolina, I find myself explaining license suspension considerations to most new clients charged with DUI or DUAC. The implied consent law can be complicated. First, DUI is driving under the influence. DUAC is driving with an unlawful alcohol concentration. In another [...]

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