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Mouthwash DUI Cases

Did you know that many regularly available mouthwashes contain a high quantity of ethanol alcohol? Ethanol alcohol is the same type of alcohol contained in beer, wine, or liquor. It is also called ...
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What If Your Miranda Rights Weren’t Read?

If you were not advised or Miranda rights while being arrested for a South Carolina DUI, this can be grounds to have your case dismissed. Pursuant to S. C. Code § 56-5-2953(A)(1)(a)(iii), the ...
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Are they just going to offer you a reckless?

If you’ve been charged with DUI you probably are very interested in whether or not you will be offered a plea to a reduced charge. Probably the most commonly used reduction for a South Carolina ...
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Five Things You Might Not Know About DUI Law

You already know that DUI is a really serious criminal offenses. There are billboards all over Columbia and Lexington telling you that its “Sober or Slammer”, “Buzzed Driving is ...
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Recent Lexington County DUI Checkpoints & Advertising Blitz

This is the time of year when local law enforcement agencies ramp up their enforcement of DUI and other traffic laws. In Lexington, the "official" Highway Patrol kickoff for the holiday ...
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How can video be used to challenge your DUI case?

One of the first things that we do when we take on a new DUI case is to request copies of the video evidence produced by the police department. S.C. Code § 56-5-2953 requires that the police make ...
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