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Drunk driving charges and previous offenses

If you are facing a drunk driving case, you could have many questions and worry about how the outcome of the case will impact your future. If you are in college or recently started your career, these allegations could deal a devastating blow, not only in the short...

How do DUI costs break down?

When South Carolina law enforcement charges motorists with drunk driving, they may wonder how to structure their finances to account for DUI costs. Knowing those costs allows for a well-structured budget. U.S. News & World Report reviews common DUI fees. With a...

Can you refuse a breath test?

When you drive, you may not be aware of something called an implied consent law. In general, implied consent laws apply to situations where a reasonable person could assume that parties give their consent regardless of written or spoken confirmation. When it comes to...

What is a standardized field sobriety test?

Officers have many tools they utilize when attempting to discern whether or not a driver has hit the road while intoxicated. Certain tools, such as breath analysis tests, often get a lot of press and media attention. Other tools, like standardized field sobriety...

What should I know about SC IID laws?

Every state in the country has strong laws against driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, and South Carolina is no exception. Just like every other state in the nation, South Carolina also has specific parameters where individuals the courts convict of...

How many drinks does it take to get drunk?

No one ever sets out on an evening of fun with their friends with the intention of getting a DUI. However, that is a very real possibility if you drink too many alcoholic beverages throughout the night. Each drink you consume increases your blood alcohol concentration...

How accurate are field sobriety tests?

If officers pull you over for suspected DUI, they likely will ask you to submit to a field sobriety test. Under South Carolina law, however, you have no obligation to take it, nor do you face any negative consequences if you refuse. In fact, politely declining...

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