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Skilled And Aggressive DUI Defense In Upstate South Carolina

You are likely aware of the potential penalties for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, including license suspension, jail time, probation and fines. There are also ramifications for your employment, insurance and your standing in the community. While drunk driving is an especially serious charge, a DUI arrest does not equal a conviction.

There could be defenses that could minimize the penalties or lead to an outright dismissal. Our DUI attorneys at Ryan Beasley Law have decades of experience. We can identify potential defense plans for any charge of driving under the influence (DUI) or driving with an unlawful alcohol concentration (DUAC).

A DUI is serious, but we can help.
Call us immediately at 864-991-3379 or toll free at 800-761-1985.

Aggressive Action After A Drunk Driving Arrest

Whatever the circumstances, we know how to present the strongest drunk driving defense. We have experience with every scenario:

In any DUI arrest, there are a number of defenses. We have successfully challenged DUIs on the basis of reasonable suspicion for the traffic stop, the legitimacy of field sobriety tests (FSTs), how the Breathalyzer test was performed and other grounds. Our team will closely examine the evidence in your case to find flaws in the government's case.

Protecting You Against All Consequences Of A DUI Charge

Every DUI charge has two components: the criminal charge and the civil case. Your civil case, before the South Carolina DMV, will determine whether your license will be suspended. You have the right to request a hearing before the DMV within 30 days of your arrest. If successful, we can help you keep your driving privileges. These hearings are also an excellent opportunity to get an early look at the government's case against you.

Contact Ryan Beasley Law

Call our experienced DUI lawyers or contact us online to schedule a consultation. Based in Greenville, our team represents clients in Spartanburg, Anderson and across the Upstate region.