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How Can I Fight My South Carolina DUAC Charge?

April 1st, 2021|Categories: DUI Attorney, DUI Defense|Tags: , , , , |

In South Carolina, driving with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08 percent or more is not considered driving under the influence (DUI). Instead, it is prosecuted as a separate offense called “driving with an unlawful [...]

How Can I Prove My Innocence if I have Been Charged with a Crime in South Carolina?

March 1st, 2021|Categories: Criminal Defense|Tags: , , , |

If you face criminal charges and are innocent, there is no reason you should accept anything less than a full acquittal. You are presumed innocent until proven guilty, and the prosecution must prove your guilt [...]

Going to Trial in South Carolina Criminal Court: Should You Plead Guilty?

February 1st, 2021|Categories: Criminal Defense|Tags: |

There are two main reasons people think about pleading guilty after being charged with a crime: Those who believe they are guilty and there are those who don’t think it is worth it to put [...]

Going to Trial in South Carolina Criminal Court: Should You Request a Jury?

January 1st, 2021|Categories: Criminal Defense|Tags: , , , , , |

If you face a criminal charge in South Carolina, you have the right to have your case tried by a jury of your peers. This right to a jury trial is rooted in the Sixth [...]

Going to Trial in South Carolina Criminal Court: Should You Testify?

December 1st, 2020|Categories: Criminal Defense|Tags: |

When going to court on a criminal charge, you have several options regarding how you choose to present your defense. One of these options is to testify on your own behalf. While testifying at trial [...]

What are the Penalties for Felonies and Misdemeanors in South Carolina?

November 1st, 2020|Categories: Criminal Defense|Tags: |

In South Carolina, facing any criminal charge means facing the possibility of jail or prison time. However, the amount of time you face depends greatly on the severity of the crime (or crimes) with which [...]

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