If you are licensed to drive in the state of South Carolina, you may likely know that the Department of Motor Vehicles has the right to rescind your driving privileges in some situations. There are several different violations or reasons that may lead this to happen....
Month: June 2019
York County teen faces misdemeanor charges in runaway case
The hope is that teens in Florence gain the experience needed to successfully deal with life's challenges without having to learn those lessons the hard way. Yet oftentimes, teens simply lack the comprehension and discernment needed to fully understand the...
Lawsuits continue against drug company
Across the nation and in South Carolina, too many people continue to struggle with the challenges of drug addiction. This serious health problem often contributes to and is associated with criminal activity as good people are fueled to take steps that may be illegal...
Is Emma’s law effective at preventing drunk driving deaths?
Named after a six-year-old girl who died in a collision with an alleged drunk driver, Emma's Law has been in effect in South Carolina since 2014. The purpose was to prevent repeat DUI offenses by requiring many drivers convicted of drunk driving for the first time to...
Impaired driving can come from medications and drugs
College students sometimes use medications and other substances to cope with the stresses of student life. While this might not be an issue alone, it can become a major problem if you take anything and then drive. You might believe that impaired driving is limited to...
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