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How does the Coronavirus impact a DUI?
How does the Coronavirus impact a DUI?

If your facing any South Carolina DUI charge you are probably asking how will the Coronavirus impact your case. Currently all area courts that hear DUI cases are closed, and cases that were scheduled to be heard this week have been cancelled. The situation is changing day to ...

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    • How does the Coronavirus impact a DUI?

      If your facing any South Carolina DUI charge you are probably asking how will the Coronavirus impact your case. Currently all area courts that hear ...

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    • Can you drive after being arrested for DUI?

      Whether or not you can legally driver after being arrested for DUI is determined by the implied consent law . This law provides for certain situations ...

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    • What makes a Felony DUI in South Carolina?

      There are three possible ways a DUI becomes a Felony in South Carolina: The at-fault driver in a wreck resulting in a fatality was materially and ...

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    • What if you have a CDL license and are arrested for DUI?

      If you hold a CDL license you should be advised that if your license is suspended up front by either refusing a test or providing a high sample, that ...

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    • What makes a Felony DUI in South Carolina?

      There are three possible ways a DUI becomes a Felony in South Carolina: The at-fault driver in a wreck resulting in a fatality was materially and ...

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    • Why discovery motions are important in a DUI case.

      When you are charged with DUI in South Carolina the prosecutor does not have any automatic obligation to turn over all the materials collected by the ...

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    • Kratom and South Carolina DUI’s

      A few days ago I saw a billboard advertising kratom for sale on 378 in Lexington. Yesterday I saw another one on North Lake coming into downtown. I ...

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    • Kratom and South Carolina DUI’s

      A few days ago I saw a billboard advertising kratom for sale on 378 in Lexington. Yesterday I saw another one on North Lake coming into downtown. I ...

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    • Defending an Ambien DUI

      South Carolina’s DUI law allows for cases to be brought on the basis of alcohol, drugs, or combination. The only requirement is that a driver be ...

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    • Lawyers Complete ARIDE Training

      We are pleased to announce that lawyers Vicki Koutsogiannis and James R. Snell, Jr., have recently completed a course of training based on the ...

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    • What are field sobriety tests?

      A standard part of being arrested for DUI is the officer asking you to perform field sobriety tests. Although you have an absolute legal right to ...

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    • Why Didn't The Officer Also Charge You With...

      It happens to a lot of my DUI clients. They are pulled over by the police for some sort of traffic violation. Usually it’s something like speeding or ...

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    • Can You Refuse a Field Sobriety Test in South Carolina?

      Under South Carolina law, field sobriety tests or FST’s, are optional for drivers to take. In fact, under S.C. Code § 56-5-2953 specifically states ...

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    • Can you drive after being arrested for DUI?

      Whether or not you can legally driver after being arrested for DUI is determined by the implied consent law . This law provides for certain situations ...

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    • What if you are from out of state and receive a South Carolina DUI?

      If you are from out of state and receive a South Carolina DUI you may face additional complications pertaining to your driver's license. Although a ...

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    • What are field sobriety tests?

      A standard part of being arrested for DUI is the officer asking you to perform field sobriety tests. Although you have an absolute legal right to ...

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    • Can You Refuse a Field Sobriety Test in South Carolina?

      Under South Carolina law, field sobriety tests or FST’s, are optional for drivers to take. In fact, under S.C. Code § 56-5-2953 specifically states ...

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    • Lawyers Complete ARIDE Training

      We are pleased to announce that lawyers Vicki Koutsogiannis and James R. Snell, Jr., have recently completed a course of training based on the ...

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