February 2019 Archives

What should you know about implied consent laws?

South Carolina is a state that takes driving while under the influence (DUI) charges very seriously. If you are a driver who is currently facing this type of charge, you could find yourself dealing with heavy and severe penalties. Because of this, it's important to know about DUI law basics. This includes implied consent laws.

What happens after a DUI?

In South Carolina, drunk driving charges are taken very seriously. Driving while inebriated can cause grave injuries to yourself and others, and it can also cause a great deal of property damage depending on how many other vehicles are involved. From a legal perspective, those found guilty will also be faced with a variety of harsh penalties, as explained by Very Well Mind.

Crime reform bill targets reduced prison population

Many people in South Carolina might automatically lump everyone convicted of a criminal offense into one big bucket. That, however, is quite unrealistic and even unfair. There is a big difference between being convicted of drug trafficking marijuana and being convicted of first-degree murder. This type of difference is an essential element of a new crime reform bill that is making its way through the state legislature right now.