Travis A. Newton DUI Lawyer (Anderson & Clemson)
Travis A. Newton DUI Defense Attorney (Upstate)
Travis A. Newton is a founding member of The American Association of DUI Attorneys (AAPDA). In the year 2016, Travis Newton accepted an
invitation to serve as South Carolina State Ambassador for the AAPDA by group founder, DUI expert witness, CEO of Your DUI Pro and continuining legal education instructor Dave Cox.
According to it's website "The American Association of DUI Attorneys has compiled information from Judges, Traffic Safety Resource
Prosecutors (the Top DUI Prosecutors in each State), DUI Prosecutors, current Law Enforcement Officers, former Law Enforcement Officers, and DUI Defense Attorneys to determine exactly what skills,
knowledge, training, tools, resources, and strategies win the most DUI cases at trial and are also used to get DUI cases successfully resolved for the defense prior to trial.
When people need a DUI Attorney, the biggest challenge is knowing whether or not an attorney truly has the skills, knowledge, training,
tools, resources, and strategies that are needed to successfully resolve DUI cases. Members of the American Association of DUI Attorneys have access to resources and tools that can be used
to successfully resolve DUI cases."--aapda.org
Travis Newton was the guest speaker at The South Carolina Bar Association sponsored legal education class
"Winning DUI Cases" hosted by Your DUI Pro LLC of Boise, Idado. Travis was given high reviews for his instruction on jury selection techniques for defense attorneys in a DUI
trial. Attorney Travis Newton has dedicated most of his career to fighting for Upstate South Carolina motorists.
Travis believes innacurate conclusions used in impaired driving investigations are responsible when innocent motorists find themselves charged with driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
These innacurate conclusions stem from innacurate assumptions adopted by The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in the field of experimental psychology as it relates to impaired
Travis majored in Psychology while at Clemson University and continues research in the field of behavioral psychology as it relates to
Standardized Field Sobriety Testing. Fear, nervousness, fatigue and other unavoidable factors can, and will, cause an innocent motorist to mimic signs of impairment. DUI detection procedure and
Standardized Field Sobriety Tests were developed by The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The State of South Carolina has adopted NHTSA standards and procedures for DUI
enforcement including Standardized Field Sobriety Testing and Drug Recognition Expert training.
Travis Newton's research along with other independent studies absolutely contradict the effectiveness of NHTSA's DUI detection standards.
Travis Newton's experience as a DUI Defense Attorney and South Carolina Ambassador for The American Association of DUI Attorneys lead him to the conclusion that NHTSA's standards of DUI detection are
more than just flawed. Travis believes NHTSA's DUI detection procedures are unfair, biased, discriminatory, and deceitful. To learn more about the flawed science behind Standardized Field Sobriety
Testing and South Carolina DUI law call Anderson South Carolina DUI Defense Attorney Travis A. Newton 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.
DUI Defense Attorney Travis Newton has defended more than one thousand South Carolina motorists charged with Driving Under the
Influence in the following SC Courts:
- Anderson Magistrate Court
- Anderson Municipal Court
- Anderson Court of General Sessions
- Belton Summary Court
- Clemson Municipal Court
- Clemson University Municipal Court
- Cherokee Court of General Sessions
- Seneca Magistrate Court
- Seneca Municipal Court
- Westminster Municiapal & Magistrate Court
- Spartanburg Magistrate Court
- Laurens Summary Court
- McCormick Summary Court
- Greenwood Magistrate Court
- Greenwood Court of General Sessions
- Abbeville Municipal Court
- Abbeville Court of General Sessions
- Charleston Summary Court
- Charleston Court of General Sessions
- West Ashley Summary Court
- Folly Beach Summary Court
- Summerville Summary Court
- Beaufort Magistrate Court
- Hilton Head Summary Court
- Bluffton Summary Court
- Ridgeland Summary Court
- Walhalla Magistrate Court
- Walhalla Municipal Court
- Central Municipal Court
- Greenville Municipal Court (Downtown)
- Simsponville Summary Court
- Greer Municipal Court
- Taylors Chick Springs Summary Court
- Honea Path Summary Court
- Marietta Summary Court
- Mauldin Municipal Court
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