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 we encourage you to contact our attorneys to discuss your legal matter. The Newton Law Firm of Anderson, South Carolina was founded in 2008 primarily based on defending the rights of the indigent in the Anderson, SC Court of General Sessions. Over a decade later Newton & Campbell Law P.A. is a nationally recognized law firm with extensive experience in the legal practice areas of personal injury law, criminal defense, family court matters (including child custody, child support & divorce) and driving under the influence.
The attorney-client privilege is a very important right and a critical piece of being represented by the personal injury attorneys at Newton & Campbell Law P.A. Attorney-client privilege protects information a client shares confidentially with our injury attorneys, during an initial consultation and throughout the course of our law firm's representation. The attorney-client privilege is the right of the client and can only be waived by the client. This means the personal injury attorney is prohibited from disclosing confidential information without the client's consent. Attorney-client privilege is important because without it clients may be hesitant to inform their lawyer of information the client may perceive to be damaging. But without all the facts, an injury lawyer cannot effectively represent the client which is one of the primary reasons the law protects the open and honest communication between lawyer and client.
The Attorneys at Newton & Campbell Law P.A. take the oath of attorney-client privilege seriously and therefore our attorneys and staff will never discuss any client's confidential information with a third party. Our Personal Injury Lawyers will not broadcast the monetary value of our client(s) case or final disposition through any public forum including television, radio, internet, social media or website as we believe strongly in each individual client's right to privacy.
Travis Newton and Rame Campbell are available for representation in South Carolina's Tenth and Thirteenth Judicial Circuits including Anderson, Pickens, Clemson, Pickens and Greenville, SC. Travis Newton and Rame Campbell have decades of experience inside South Carolina Summary Courts, Family Courts, General Sessions Courts, and Civil Courts. Managing Partner Travis Newton has presented oral arguments before The South Carolina Court of Appeals and is the South Carolina State Ambassador for The American Association of Premier DUI Attorneys. Rame Campbell is the former Deputy Solicitor of South Carolina's Tenth Judicial Circuit and a former Assistant Solicitor for South Carolina's Fourteenth Judicial Circuit.
All legal consultations with Travis Newton & Rame Campbell are held in strict confidence. 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.
Personal Injury, Criminal & DUI Defense Attorneys.
Criminal & DUI Defense Attorneys
Why challenge an alleged implied consent violation?
South Carolina DUI convictions carry serious consequences both from the criminal justice system and the Department of Motor Vehicles. Do not wait to contact a DUI defense attorney after being arrested for driving under the influence. If your 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.
Clemson Student Charged with DUI? Call Travis Newton
Newton & Campbell Law is only 20 minutes from Clemson University. 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 charged with DUI while visiting Clemson.