What constitutes DUI in South Carolina?
In South Carolina it is unlawful, and you will be arrested for DUI, if for you drive a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or a combination of both alcohol and drugs to the extent that your faculties to drive a motor vehicle are materially and appreciably impaired. Additionally, you will be arrested and charged with DUI if your Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) is 0.08 or greater.
South Carolina Drunk Driving Defense FAQs
- What Are The Dui Laws In South Carolina?
- How can I keep my license after a DUI conviction in South Carolina?
- Do I have to take a Breath Test when stopped for DUI in South Carolina?
- Will a South Carolina DUI or a refusal to submit to Chemical Tests result in the suspension of my driving privileges?
- Can I get a temporary or restricted license after a DUI in South Carolina?
- Is drinking and driving a crime in South Carolina?
- What is the legal drinking limit for drivers in South Carolina?
- Where can I find a South Carolina DUI Attorney?
- What are the penalties for DUI in South Carolina?
- How long will I lose my license for a DUI or refusal to submit to a Chemical Test in South Carolina?