DUI in South Carolina

In South Carolina, a DUI (driving under the influence) is defined as driving with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08% or more or driving while under the influence of any drug, intoxicant, or alcohol. If a driver’s faculties to drive a vehicle are materially impaired, that driver is considered “under the influence” of a…

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DWI CDL

Those who hold a Commercial Driver’s License (also known as a “Class A” license or “CDL”) are well aware that they are held to higher standards and greater scrutiny on the road. This remains the case even when a CDL holder is off the clock and driving for non-commercial purposes. One of the most impactful…

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DWI north carolina attorney

A DWI is an expensive proposition. It can affect your reputation and your ability to find work. It can cost you your freedom. It can also cost a pretty penny. You may choose to go along with the charge and just pay whatever the court orders, or you may choose to defend yourself and fight…

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Experienced NC Attorneys in Charlotte

This year has been a busy one for us at our Charlotte law firm. First, and foremost, we are always grateful for the support of our community and the opportunity to serve clients and help them with a wide array of issues they are facing. Yes, the law is our job, but we know that with…

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dwi attorney

The consequences of a DWI can be devastating. The court-imposed penalties for driving while intoxicated (DWI) in North Carolina can be serious and affect your freedom, finances, and reputation. A DWI attorney could help you avoid some of the harsher punishments that come with pleading guilty to a DWI. The Consequences To understand why you should have an attorney…

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charged with dwi

If you are charged with a DWI, most people are eligible for limited driving privileges (or LPDs) to drive to work or school. Losing a license can be a great hardship on those convicted of a DWI. Most of us depend on driving a vehicle as a means of getting to and from work. For…

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