North Charleston Lawyer’s Blog

Is There a Difference Between Sole Custody and Sole Physical Custody?

February 18th, 2017|Categories: Family Law, Uncategorized|

If you are going through or have gone through a divorce and have children, then you have probably heard the terms "joint custody" and "sole custody." These two terms are commonly misunderstood and this article [...]

Is A Dog Bite Grounds for a Personal Injury Suit in South Carolina?

February 18th, 2017|Categories: Personal Injury, Uncategorized|

After being bitten by someone else's dog, you will probably be contacted by the dog owner, or their insurance company, to discuss a settlement to compensate you for your dog bite injuries. This article discusses [...]

Applying For a Concealed Weapon Permit in South Carolina

January 26th, 2017|Categories: Criminal Defense|

As a criminal defense attorney in North Charleston, South Carolina, I have experience in offering advice in obtaining a concealed carry permit as well as the laws surrounding the permit in our state. The Second [...]

Vehicular Homicide in South Carolina

January 26th, 2017|Categories: Criminal Defense, DUI Defense|

As a criminal defense attorney in North Charleston, South Carolina, I have experience in defending those charged with vehicular homicide. My advice, if involved in vehicular homicide, do not speak to anyone - police, EMTs, bystanders...no [...]

The Importance of a Fair Trial in South Carolina

December 27th, 2016|Categories: Criminal Defense|

As a criminal defense attorney in North Charleston, I know that prejudice can heavily affect a criminal case, especially with serious felony charges.  In a murder trial, for example, there is already a stigma against [...]

Does a High BAC Always Equal DUI?

December 27th, 2016|Categories: DUI Defense|

Most drivers know that the maximum legal limit for alcohol in your system while operating a vehicle in South Carolina is .07% BAC (Blood Alcohol Concentration).  BAC measures the amount of alcohol present in a [...]