Typically, a speeding offense or other moving violation in Florence may not result in severe consequences. One who is facing such a scenario may ultimately only be forced to pay a fine, and certain corrective actions (such as attending a driver safety course) could...
Month: August 2017
More people are driving while high
Drugged driving is becoming a concern nationwide, and South Carolina is no exception. According to reports from WXLT, officers in the Palmetto State find it commonplace to pull over a driver who is under the influence of marijuana or prescription drugs.In fact, a...
Drunk driving costs and collateral consequences are considerable
Heading out drinking with your friends might sound like a good way to spend an evening. Unfortunately, without proper planning, your fun evening can turn into a nightmare. This is the case if you end up trying to drive after you've had a few drinks and police officers...
South Carolina and the details of methamphetamine
Thousands of Americans admit to having used methamphetamine in the recent past, and the majority of individuals serving drug sentences in the country are serving time on meth-related charges. The drug is widely used in the West, Midwest and Southern regions of the...
How a dog sniff search still affects South Carolina officers
The 2015 Supreme Court case of Rodriguez v. United States affects law enforcement officers in South Carolina and across the United States, from highway patrol to municipal officers. Though the case was decided a few years ago, its holding is still relevant and binding...
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