Newton & Campbell Law P.A.
I111 Sharpe Street Anderson, SC 29621 (864) 965-9148
Newton & Campbell Law P.A. I Anderson, South Carolina
Thank you for visiting Newton & Campbell Law P.A. The information on our website is not legal advice but our website is an invitation to seek legal advice from our Attorneys. Travis A. Newton and Rame L. Campbell are Upstate SC attorneys practicing law in South Carolina's Tenth and Thirteenth Judicial Circuits including Anderson, Clemson, Pickens, Seneca, Easley, Walhalla, Salem, Westminster, and Greenville. Attorneys Newton & Campbell are dedicated to fighting for individuals in need of experienced and trusted legal representation in the areas of Personal Injury, Criminal Defense, Family Court Matters (including child custody, child support & divorce) and Driving Under the Influence. Do not wait to speak with an attorney as many legal matters (and penalties) are time sensitive. Newton & Campbell Law P.A. Free Consultation for all non-domestic matters (864) 965-9148.
All legal consultations with Travis Newton & Rame Campbell are held in strict confidence by experienced attorneys you can trust. Newton & Campbell Law P.A. is located at 111 Sharpe Street Anderson South Carolina 29621. We offer private parking for your privacy. If you are visiting Newton & Campbell Law P.A. on your mobile device please find the call button below or call (864) 965-9148 to speak with either Travis Newton or Rame Campbell.
Anderson Seneca Clemson Pickens & Greenville
Travis A. Newton DUI Defense Attorney (Anderson, SC)
South Carolina DUI laws are complex and DUI convictions carry very serious consequences. Do not be complacent after being arrested for driving under the influence in the State of South Carolina. If your South Carolina Drivers License was suspended for an implied consent violation there are extremely important filing deadlines that if missed WILL absolutely disqualify your eligibility for a Temporary Alcohol License leaving your only alternative a (severely) Route Restricted South Carolina Drivers License.
Why challenge the alleged implied consent violation?
A South Carolina Route Restricted Driver's License will allow SC motorists permission to drive to school, a place of employment and ADSAP only. The Alcohol Drug Safety Action Program (ADSAP) is an additional requirement (to restore driving priviledges) should a motorist choose not to challenge a South Carolina Driver's License (SCDL) suspension for an implied consent violation. A motorist must first register and then eventually complete the ADSAP program before the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles will reinstatement previously held driving privileges. This means that even after the six month SCDL suspension has expired a motorist will be temporarily disqualified from reinstating previously held driving privileges unless the motorist has been evaluated and registered for ADSAP classes.
Time is of the essence in filing the appropriate documentation with the SC Administrative Law Court to challenge a SCDL suspension for an implied consent violation. If you are illegible, DUI Lawyer Travis Newton will challenge your implied consent violation in an effort to reverse the suspension thus reinstating your SCDL, with the ADSAP requirement also rescinded. It is important to note that the ADSAP requirement will be reinstated if the motorist is later convicted of driving under the influence. Your DUI Lawyer should inform you if ADSAP is a requirement of any plea bargain or "deal" reached with a South Carolina Department of Public Safety Officer or The State of South Carolina.
DUI Defense Attorney Travis Newton believes more motorists are unfairly charged with DUI than all other serious crimes combined. Many are quick to blame police officers when innocent motorists are arrested for driving under the influence. Travis Newton believes blaming police officers is a mistake. Travis believes inaccurate assumptions (used as standards) in impaired driving investigations are responsible when innocent motorists find themselves charged with driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. These inaccurate standards stem from inaccurate assumptions adopted by The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in the field of experimental psychology as it relates to impaired driving recognition. The truth is, there are many factors that may cause an innocent motorist to mimic signs of impairment.
An arrest for driving under the influence can leave the accused motorist scared, anxious, and confused. A conviction for DUI will add a permanent stain to a defendant's criminal record or South Carolina Law Enforcement Division criminal background check. If you have been charged with driving under the influence a free consultation with Anderson & Clemson DUI Lawyer Travis Newton may help you understand how an innocent motorist may be mistakenly identified as an impaired driver.
DUI Defense Attorney Travis Newton will answer these questions and address the specific facts of your case. There are factors that effect the manner in which the human body digests alcohol. A motorists' blood alcohol content may continue to rise long after his or her final drink of a particular setting. The result of a chemical test 1 to 2 hours after an arrest may be very different from the motorist's blood alcohol content while actually operating the motor vehicle.
A DUI arrest for a Clemson or Anderson University Student can be particularly frightening. Do not let a DUI charge be the reason for giving up on your goal of graduating from college. Just because you have been arrested for driving under the influence does not mean you have been found guilty of DUI. In fact, you are innocent until proven guilty. Anderson & Clemson DUI Lawyer Travis Newton will discuss possible defenses after hearing the facts of your case and review particular challenges a DUI charge may present for a college student. Our Anderson based law office is only 25 minutes from the Clemson University Campus. Newton & Campbell Law P.A. provides private parking to protect your privacy.
DUI Lawyer Travis Newton practices law in South Carolina's Tenth and Thirteenth Judicial Circuit including all Upstate South Carolina Municipal and Magistrate Courts in Anderson, Clemson, Pickens, Oconee, Seneca, Easley, Walhalla, and Greenville, South Carolina.
Newton & Campbell Law P.A. is located at 111 Sharpe Street Anderson, South Carolina 29621 and can be reached at (864) 965-9148. If you are visiting Newton & Campbell Law P.A. on your mobile device please find the call button at the bottom of your screen.
111 Sharpe Street Anderson, SC 29621. Free Consultation (864) 965-9148
Newton & Campbell Law is only 20 minutes from The Clemson University Campus in Anderson, SC. Our Law Firm provides private parking to protect your privacy. A DUI charge in Clemson presents unique challenges for the accused. First, it is important to understand that both The City of Clemson and Clemson University have separate police departments and each has its own individual court venue and prosecuting attorneys. This can be especially confusing for students and out of town visitors who are charged with driving under the influence while visiting Clemson. The Greenville News recently published a great article on this subject (link below).
Clemson DUI Lawyer Travis Newton will answer these questions and address the facts of your individual case. If you have been charged with Driving Under the Influence in Clemson South Carolina call DUI Lawyer Travis A. Newton for a free confidential consultation at (864) 965-9148. If you are visiting Newton & Campbell Law P.A. on your mobile device please find the call button at the bottom of your screen.