Boating While Intoxicated: Work With An Experienced Attorney

With three beautiful lakes in the area, Clemson provides great opportunity for sailing, paddling, canoeing and other boating activities. It is important to note, however, that the same dangers of drinking and driving also apply to boating.

All of the consequences of a typical DUI or DUAC apply to boaters. If you are convicted of a DUI, you will have to address precisely the same issues (including possible driver's license revocation), making for extremely significant consequences on your personal and even professional life.

In order to charge someone with a boating DUI, however, it is obligatory that law enforcement officials have sufficient grounds for stops, searches and sobriety assessments as well as arrests. If you or a loved one has been charged with a boating DUI, it is critical to reach out to a skilled lawyer who can help you aggressively protect your rights and mitigate consequences or work toward a dismissal.

BWI Defense Attorneys With Your Interests At Heart

Our attorneys are ready to put to work the experience they have honed in more than a quarter century of DUI cases to help you do everything possible to retain your quality of personal and professional life. Because we have a comprehensive knowledge of DUI protocol, we are able to undertake the rigorous investigation to analyze all evidence and attack any weakness in the prosecution's case.

If there is absolutely any weakness in the charge, we will do everything possible to exploit it. That said, an ideal resolution comes from immediate and decisive action. If you have been charged, it is critical to begin protecting your rights as soon as possible. We encourage you to get in touch.

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