Month: November 2020

When you lose hope during a drunk driving case

If you are facing drunk driving charges, you likely have many negative emotions to confront, such as stress or even depression. Unfortunately, many people become hopeless as a result of these cases and feel as if there is nothing they can do to change the outcome of...

Felony versus misdemeanor fraud charges

South Carolina's statutes classify a fraud offense as a felony when an individual allegedly uses deception to obtain valuable goods or property. Providing a counterfeit document or a forged instrument to receive property or services may lead to a felony charge. When...

Review the South Carolina DUI penalties

South Carolina law categorizes most DUIs as misdemeanor offenses. However, a conviction can still result in jail time as well as fines and other penalties. Law enforcement can arrest drivers who display impairment or have blood alcohol content of 0.08% or above....