Experienced Representation For Complex DUI Cases

The laws regarding driving under the influence of a substance are nuanced and complicated in South Carolina.

In the case of a driving with unlawful concentration of alcohol (DUAC) charge, it is only necessary that a law enforcement official prove that you have an alcohol content of .08 percent or above in your blood stream. A DUAC conviction has significant penalties in terms of license suspension. A first offense is a misdemeanor that results in the loss of driving privileges for more than six months.

In the case of a DUI, in order to be charged with an offense it must be proven that you have a blood alcohol level of .08 percent or above. Ultimately it is critical for a law enforcement official to prove that you were driving and under the influence of a substance and that your driving was significantly impaired.

Every DUI issue is different. Sometimes the ideal approach may require working toward mitigating the charge to a driving violation as opposed to a criminal offense. In other cases, it may be critical to work toward dismissal in jury trial. Regardless of your circumstance, we are ready to put a quarter century of experience to work for you.

DUI Attorneys Who Know How To Protect Your Rights

As lawyers, it is our foremost goal to preserve your personal and professional well-being. If you have been charged with one of these offenses, we can represent you in both the administrative and legal hearings.

In the case of an administrative hearing, an officer comes in and testifies as to whether he or she had probable case, whether he or she read off the rights properly and whether Datamaster was correctly utilized. If this can be demonstrated, a license suspension is upheld. Fortunately, our attorneys have extensive experience in casting doubt in these cases.

DUI lawyer, S. Paul Aaron is a former special prosecutor for DUIs in South Carolina as well as a university attorney/prosecutor. He has trained officers on how to abide by the rules and correctly collect evidence. Cheryl Aaron has practiced at every trial and appellate court level and also served as a prosecutor. As such, there is no case for which our attorneys are not prepared, including those involving:

  • Breath, blood and field sobriety tests
  • DUI and drugs
  • Boating while intoxicated

To discuss any implied consent or DUI issue in a free initial consultation with a Clemson DUI attorney, call Aaron & Aaron at 864-551-4370 or contact us online.