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January 2014 Archives

Supreme Court to decide if anonymous tip justifies traffic stop

South Carolina readers might be interested in the outcome of a forthcoming Supreme Court case. At issue is whether or not an anonymous tip can be considered probable cause for a traffic stop. Police officers are not allowed to make a traffic stop without probable cause. If police stop a driver without reasonable suspicion and then charge the person with DUI, the lack of cause may form the basis of a DUI defense strategy.

Man charged with DWI after fatal accident

A 20-year-old man from Little River, South Carolina, is in custody on suspicion of felony DWI after a car crash that claimed the life of a 27-year-old woman, also a Little River resident. The accident happened about 6:15 on the morning of Jan. 12 on Highway 90 near Longs.

Police test the sobriety of drivers using a variety of methods

Residents of Clemson, South Carolina who are pulled over by police because of an alleged traffic violation may be asked to take a test to help police determine if their motor skills or sense of perception are too compromised to safely drive a vehicle. The results of these field sobriety tests often determine whether or not a motorist is charged with a DUI.

South Carolina officer pulls drunk motorist from lake

A Sumter police officer reportedly rescued a motorist from a lake after the man's car had gone off the road and into the water. The officer says that he originally stopped because he saw two cars parked on a bridge with their hazard lights on. When he got out of his car, he realized that there was a third car in the water with the motorist trapped inside.

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