DUI/DWI Charges

If you have been arrested for driving under the influence or test refusal, you likely know that you are facing more than just criminal charges. Your privilege to drive may be at stake. Facing DUI-DWI charges can be a daunting experience. For many people, a DUI/DWI charge is their first brush with the law. For a repeat drunk driving offense, the stakes are higher. The DUI defense lawyers at Price Law work tirelessly to provide individuals with aggressive advocacy to minimize the stress, anxiety and consequences that a DUI charge can bring.

Trial-Proven Lawyers To Analyze Your Options

We analyze every legal option to craft the best strategy to serve the most important interests of our clients. Often, a reduced charge will be an effective result to avoid a DUI conviction. We take the time to explain every legal option available. Our goal is to obtain the most favorable outcome possible, and we will go to trial to protect the rights of our clients.

A DUI case is among the most complicated types of criminal charges. It can take years for a lawyer to gain a full command of the issues involved in a DUI investigation and arrest. At Price Law, our lead attorney is skilled in analyzing the techniques used by law enforcement to gather evidence. He has training in field sobriety test procedures and operation of the breath testing machine. Our lawyers have substantial courtroom experience defending against DUI/DWI charges in local courts in Greenville, Pickens, Oconee, Anderson, Laurens and Spartanburg counties.

Common friction points that require skilled analysis in a DUI case include:

  • Was the basis of the initial traffic stop lawful?
  • How were the field sobriety tests administered?
  • Does any video contradict the officer's observations and testimony?
  • Was the breath test properly administered?
  • Are the evidentiary test results reliable?

We provide rigorous advocacy in all levels of alcohol- or drug-related driving offenses, including:

  • First-time DUI charges
  • Repeat-DUI offenses
  • Prescription medication DUI charges
  • Aggravated DUI allegations
  • Felony DUI
  • DUI causing injury or death

You Have A Limited Amount Of Time To Challenge A License Suspension

In South Carolina, a breath test refusal will bring an automatic license suspension for at least six months. If you took the test and registered a blood alcohol concentration of 0.15 percent or more, you are likely facing an automatic license suspension for at least 30 days — even for a first-time DUI offense.

The clock is already ticking and you only have 30 days to challenge the license suspension. We have a track record of success in helping clients retain their driving privileges in administrative hearings. While past results are no guarantee of future success, we work tirelessly in each case we handle to protect the best interests of our clients.

Contact A Proven DUI/DWI Charges Attorney To Begin Your Defense

If you have been arrested for DUI or breath test refusal, there is no time to wait. Contact Price Law online or call 864-501-9627 to arrange a confidential consultation to discuss your DUI arrest.