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Should you have refused a breath test in South Carolina?
Should you have refused a breath test in South Carolina?

If you’re charged with DUI in South Carolina you likely had to make a decision as to whether or not to give a breath test. Either way, you’re probably wondering now if you made the right choice. There is no answer that is the same for everyone. Each situation is unique, and ...

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