Driving under the influence of intoxicating beverages or drugs can cost a lot more than you may imagine.

If you are found guilty of driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor, narcotic drugs or you have an unlawful blood/ breath alcohol content, your privilege to drive will be suspended – from six months for a first offense up to a permanent suspension for repeat offenders.

KNOW YOUR RIGHTS – If you’ve been arrested, please reach out to us by phone, via chat, or through our email contact form and a licensed legal professional will assist you in assessing your situation.

Charleston DUI News for 03-14-2018

DUI Lawyer Charleston scAZGOHS GOHS is determined to provide the leadership and funding to help reduce the threat of DUI drivers on Arizona's roadways. As public attitudes have changed, the percentage of alcohol related crashes has decreased, but impaired driving...

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Charleston DUI News for 03-13-2018

Should I refuse the breath or blood test - Virginia DUI lawWhat Are the Tennessee DUI Laws? The DUI laws in Tennessee have many components including blood alcohol concentration limits for adults and minors, criminal sentences with jail time and fines, driver's license...

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Charleston DUI News for 03-12-2018

New DUI Law To Take Effect In PennsylvaniaGeorgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety O.C.G.A. 40-5-55: Implied consent to chemical tests. O.C.G.A. 40-5-57.1: Revocation of licenses of persons under age 21 for certain offenses; issuance of new license following...

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Charleston DUI News for 03-11-2018

Attorneys file constitutional challenge to new DUI lawPenalties For Felony DUI Offenders Under current law, a person who commits a fourth or subsequent DUI offense commits a class 4 felony. Require the defendant to serve at least 90 days but not more than 180 days...

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Charleston DUI News for 03-10-2018

Utah New DUI law .05Changes to DUI law in Pa. could create a 'decision' for defendants People who are charged in Pennsylvania with their first DUI and have a blood alcohol content that's. It's a dilemma that will exist for people who do not have criminal records...

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Charleston DUI News for 03-09-2018

First Offense Super Extreme DUI PenaltiesFelony DUI: Questions linger about Colorado law The new law carries harsher potential penalties, including the possibility of a prison sentence, for anyone arrested for driving under the influence or alcohol or drugs who...

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