Should I Hire A Lawyer After Getting A DUI?
The answer is yes. We know you want to move on with your life as quickly as possible after a DUI arrest. But going to court by yourself is not the answer. It is in your best interest to sit down with an attorney to discuss the circumstances of your cases.
The Law Office of Brad C. Richardson, LLC, can help you understand how a drunk driving conviction would significantly impact your life. There is the immediate problem of a suspended license, as well as substantial fines, higher insurance premiums and a criminal record that can hamper employment opportunities. What if you could avoid that or minimize the consequences?
We fight DUI charges.
You need a local attorney who knows the area courts to get the best outcome possible in your DUI case. Call today at 843-773-2766.
A Real DUI Defense
A DUI can be a very complicated matter. Attorney Brad Richardson will look at all the facts of your case, such as why you were stopped by an officer, how they conducted the field sobriety tests, when they turned on the patrol car’s camera to record, and how they administered Miranda rights.
South Carolina laws govern about every point in the process, and the way it was handled could significantly impact the outcome of your case. Could your charge be thrown out completely or reduced to a lesser offense? You’ll never know unless you ask us for help.
How Much Will It Cost Me?
Our firm charges a flat fee for a first-offense DUI. The level of your charge and whether it is considered a felony DUI will depend on several factors, including your blood alcohol concentration and how many previous offenses remain on your record. To learn more about DUI charges in South Carolina, visit our DUI FAQ page.
When you want to hire an attorney, don’t shop for a price – shop for an experienced criminal defense lawyer you can trust.
With locations in Conway and Marion, we represent clients throughout Horry County and the surrounding areas. Call 843-773-2766 or contact us online for a free initial consultation.