South Carolina DUI laws are complex and carry very serious consequences. Clemson South Carolina DUI Defense Attorney Travis Newton believes more motorists are unfairly charged with DUI than all other alleged criminal offenses combined. The blame does NOT lie with our local South Carolina police officers or prosecuting attorneys. National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Criminal Defense Attorney Travis Newton believes flawed science coupled with a flawed methodology in DUI related experimental psychology is to blame when innocent South Carolina motorists find themselves charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.. The truth is, there are many factors that may cause an innocent motorist to mimic signs of impairment or being under the influence. A South Carolina DUI arrest can leave the acused motorist scared, anxious, and confused. A South Carolina DUI conviction can bring permanent negative consequences.
What are the consequences of a South Carolina DUI conviction? Is there mandatory jail time for a DUI conviction? What are the total fines? How long will I lose my license? Will I be forced to attend mandatory drug and alcohol counseling? What is ADSAP? What is SR-22? What are the consequences for my auto-insurance premium? Are Field Sobriety Tests reliable? Is the breathalyzer reliable? How does Emma's Law effect the people of South Carolina? Will I be forced to blow into an ignition interlock device each time I start my vehicle? South Carolina DUI Attorney Travis Newton will answer these questions and address the facts of your individual case.
Travis Newton is a member of The National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Criminal Defense Attorneys for 2014, 2015, & 2016 and is the current South Carolina State Ambassador for The American Association of Premier DUI Attorneys. DUI Lawyer Travis A. Newton serves all Upstate South Carolina Municipal and Magistrate Courts including Anderson, Clemson, Pickens County, Oconee County, Seneca, Easley, Walhalla, and Greenville South Carolina.