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March 2012 Archives

Officer cuts corners with DUI incident report

An incident report is very important when a police officer makes an arrest. This is no different for when an officer makes an arrest for suspected drunk driving. This detailed report chronicles everything from how an alleged offender was acting to what they said. It paints a clear picture of the situation instead of leaving the case to be determined by hearsay.

SC traffic stops become something more

Often times, a routine traffic stop can leave a South Carolina motorist needing more than simple traffic defense to beat back the legal ramifications that follow. When a police officer pulls an individual over for speeding, or other traffic offenses, they search your criminal history and look at the contents of the car. If the authorities find menacing evidence during this process, a traffic citation can splinter off into additional charges, even though the only thing you initially did wrong was drive too fast in a vehicle.

Darlington County uses hotline to target underage drinking

One South Carolina county is putting the privacy of its individuals in jeopardy all to try and curb instances of underage drinking. An organization called the Community Action for a Safer Tomorrow Coalition has set up a hotline in Darlington County, which accepts tips from residents on where and when underage drinking might be taking place. While the program aims at cutting down on underage drinking and subsequent DUIs, leaving investigations into such instances in the hands of residents might not be appropriate.

Mayor tries to duck costly speeding ticket

A man from the small town of Norway, South Carolina did what just about every motorist in America wishes they could do. After being pulled over and issued a speeding ticket by a trooper for the South Carolina Highway Patrol, the man got in his car and proceeded to pull the trooper over. The man flipped the script, asking the trooper for his driver's license and registration.

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