Driving under the influence (more commonly referred to as a DUI) is a serious offense that carries significant penalties. Both North Carolina and South Carolina prosecute DUI cases to the fullest extent of the law. If you're trying to go this route alone, think again. You need an attorney who has the experience necessary to make sure your rights are being considered every step of the way. There are plenty of circumstances that surround DUI arrests that need to be factored in, like the BAC levels and the lawfulness of the DUI stop as a whole.
There are statutes in place in South Carolina that officers are required to meet in order to prosecute a DUI successfully. If these statutes aren't met properly, your DUI charge could be dismissed, but the only way for that to come out is to have an attorney who knows the ins and outs of DUI laws representing you. Attorney Syretta R. Anderson of Rock Hill, Fort Mill & Gaffney, SC knows the laws surrounding DUI arrests and charges and has worked with clients to secure their futures for years. Call today to schedule your consultation and make sure you're protecting your future with effective legal representation.