Posts in Breath Test Refusal
Supreme court upholds blood test rulings

If a driver in South Carolina is pulled over under suspicion of DUI, the police may no longer administer a blood-alcohol test without permission or a warrant in most cases. This is due to a recent ruling from the Supreme Court where a man was given a blood test without his permission or a warrant, and two lower courts threw out the evidence because of it.

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DUI charge dropped due to evidence discrepancy

An evidence discrepancy in a DUI case has allowed a South Carolina man to plead to a lesser charge. The man, a state representative, was charged with DUI when he was stopped on Interstate 77 in October 2012 as he was reportedly on his way home from a South Carolina football game. During the stop, the man allegedly admitted to officers that he had been drinking alcohol.

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