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If you or a loved one have been arrested for DUI in Charleston, it is critical that you contact a Charleston DUI lawyer immediately to ensure that your rights are protected during each phase of the criminal justice process. In South Carolina DUI charges that result in conviction can carry substantial penalties including fines, jail time, driver's license suspension or revocation and additional requirements such as ADSAP and the costly burden of the SR-22 insurance requirement. The severity of these potential penalties increases substantially, particularly in terms of duration, with a 2nd or subsequent DUI charge or where the charge involves a Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) that is over .09. Being charged with driving under the influence in South Carolina is something to be taken very seriously, and Charleston DUI lawyers can work with you to minimize potential negative outcomes. After an arrest for DUI in Charleston, time can be a critical factor, and it is essential that a Charleston DUI lawyer analyze your case and all of your legal options directly from the start. Charleston DUI lawyers will also be able to assess potential issues relating to the charge, including any potential issues with breathalyzers or field sobriety tests as well as issues relating to refusals of breath tests and Temporary Alcohol Restricted License (TARL) eligibility.

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If you are facing DUI charges or any other alcohol charges in Charleston, request a free consultation today with Charleston DUI attorney John W. Molony for a thorough review of your case and your legal options. When you retain John W. Molony Law Firm, LLC, expect to have an attorney who fights for you, answers your phone calls and devotes the time and personal attention that your case requires. Conveniently located on James Island, John W. Molony Law Firm, LLC defends Charleston clients facing DUI charges, including the following:

  • DUI 1st Offense
  • DUI 2nd Offense
  • DUI Subsequent Offenses
  • Refusal Of Breathalyzer
  • Drivers License Suspensions
  • Temporary Alcohol Restricted License (TARL)

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