Facing DUI Charges In South Carolina Does Not Mean You Face A Conviction

Drivers pulled over or arrested for a DUI face serious consequences. An automatic suspension of a driver's license, thousands of dollars in fines, increased insurance premiums — and even the loss of a job.

But even if you've been arrested and charged with drunk driving, you have the right to challenge the evidence against you.

An Attorney Who Will Test Every Aspect Of The Case Against You

Attorney Ray Lord, a former police officer and prosecutor, knows the laws and procedures.

Whether this is your first offense or penalties associated with multiple DUI convictions, he will test every aspect of the case against you including:

  • Examine the Breathalyzer, blood test or road-side test evidence
  • Look at the videotape of your arrest and/or interrogation
  • Determine if unlawful police procedures were utilized
  • Review police records and court filings

The Time To Act Is Now

Along with court fines, those facing DUI charges face a license suspension — something extremely important to many people. Drivers are provided a hearing with the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to challenge this suspension, but it must be scheduled within 30 days of the arrest.

Call 803-407-4140 Now

Whether you are a Columbia, South Carolina, resident facing DUI charges or out-of-state resident, contact our team as soon as possible to schedule the hearing and discuss ways to help get through this stressful time.

Is your juvenile facing charges involving underage drinking, open container or an alcohol-related traffic offense? We can help.