You’ve been charged with a crime and you want to know what will happen to you next. Maybe you’ve been wrongfully charged. Maybe you’re worried about the long-term effects of a conviction. Will this go on your criminal record? Will there be jail time? You have many questions and no idea where to start. Hiring an experienced criminal defense attorney quickly to assess your situation is crucial! Rely on my experience to ease your mind.
A DUI or a BUI can be embarrassing to both you and your family. It can mean court fines, your job, your driver’s license being suspended, your livelihood, jail time, and changes to your car insurance premiums. Many factors can affect your case’s outcome, including the reason for the traffic stop, your age, physical health, medical history, the Field Sobriety Tests, and the proper functioning of the breathalyzer machine. And while there are no guarantees, it may be possible to get your case dismissed or reduced so that you can resume a normal life.
A drug charge or conviction can affect your ability to secure employment, apply for college or student loans, or rent an apartment. It can even impact child custody and visitation. Unfortunately many people wait until the last minute to retain an drug charge attorney. Don’t make this mistake. Hire an attorney who has experience handling state and federal drug cases.
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South Carolina DUI Process (Step By Step)
Because drinking is so socially acceptable in American society, it can be hard to draw the line between acceptable and risky behavior. This is even more of an issue when it comes to someone who you don’t see all the time. Even if you’re with the person a lot, they may be hiding irresponsible drinking from you.
Domestic Violence Laws in SC
Domestic violence laws in SC cast a wide net, meaning they often trap the innocent as well as the guilty. In many cases, prosecutors will refuse to dismiss domestic violence cases despite a lack of evidence.
Illegal Search and Seizure: The Basics
If police seized evidence from you, your home, or your vehicle in violation of the US or SC Constitutions, that evidence can be excluded from your trial – which could result in an acquittal or even a dismissal before trial.
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My daughter and I needed the services of a good attorney. The attorneys I used in the past were okay, but were lacking in a variety of areas which motivated me to look elsewhere. I called Susan Williams and she responded immediately. She listened to the issues that I brought to her and put together a case to help my daughter’s struggle for justice. She kept me informed of each step and explained the process as the case evolved. The case was unusual and complicated; however, Susan Williams continued to fight for a cause, not for a check. Her persistence paid off and she won my daughter’s case. I recommend her legal services to anyone and everyone who may need a good attorney.
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Help When You Need It
Susan Williams can be counted on to help you when you need it the most. The justice system can be very stressful if you are the target of an investigation. Though you may be innocent until proven guilty, the system treats you otherwise.
Susan was very understanding and explained everything and made me feel as if I were her only client. I was always kept informed as my case developed and within a short time she had my case dropped. Without hesitation I would hire Susan again because of Ms. Williams professionalism, perseverance, and analytic skills (she’s also tough).
Susan Williams provides a valuable contribution to help me in any way on my behalf concerning my case. She never justified, minimized or made any excuses concerning anything I felt that I needed done.
Susan Williams is a contributing community leader in her line of work and I have no doubt in her ability to succeed farther in the upcoming years.