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South Carolina works to close DUI loophole

It is a well-known fact in South Carolina that drunk driving can lead to a lengthy investigation, serious criminal charges and severe penalties if convicted. The consequences can range from the suspension of your driver's license, to hefty fines or even time spent in prison. If anyone was hurt while you were driving drunk and you are deemed to be responsible for their injuries, the charges can be even more severe.

Police planned DUI crackdown for St. Patrick?s day

South Carolinians enjoy engaging in all sorts of public festivities. Such gatherings always provide the opportunity to share time with old friends and meet new friends. In such times, there is nothing wrong with having a drink or two to make the celebration that much more fun. In fact, in the case of St. Patrick's Day, having a pint or two of green beer is part of the revelry.And while St. Patrick's day has come and gone for another year, some people may still be feeling the effects of having been part of the party. This is because South Carolina law enforcement officials enacted a plan to crack down on drunk driving. State troopers and police stated that they would be on the lookout for those driving under the influence during the holiday.

What are South Carolina's DUI penalties?

In South Carolina, the roads are not always safe. As a result, officers are constantly on the lookout for anyone who appears to be driving erratically or irresponsibly. For the most part this makes the state's roads far safer. However, from time to time this means that innocent people may come under suspicion. A slight mistake may make you appear intoxicated behind the wheel. If this happens, you could be asked to submit to a number of tests.

South Carolina man charged with DUI after crashing into car wash

Whether the fault is theirs or someone else's, most drivers will experience a car accident at some point in their lives. Everyone makes mistakes, but when they do, it often raises questions about what caused those mistakes to occur. A common suspicion when someone is involved in a crash is that they may have been guilty of drunk driving. Such was the report during an early morning crash in South Carolina.

Man who crashed his car into a house is charged with DUI

When automobile accidents occur, law enforcement officials are obliged to determine the cause. If they suspect a driver has been under the influence of alcohol when an accident occurs, this can significantly impact the case and the driver's future. A convicted individual might be fined, lose his or her license, or even face jail time.

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