South Carolina DUI Lawyers
TMZ is reporting Shelby Cobra, who used to sing for the Disney girl band KSM, just got sentenced in her DUI case … and the judge took no mercy.
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She was ordered to look death right in the face at a hospital morgue.
Shelby Spalione was arrested last month on suspicion of Driving under the influence and registering a blood alcohol level of .15, nearly twice the legal limit. The star was only 18 at the time.
Shelby was sentenced last week to enroll in the L.A. County Hospital and Morgue program. The program requires individuals to visit a real-life morgue with real-life dead people and possibly witness an autopsy.
According to court records, Shelby is also required to complete a 3-month alcohol education program and attend 16 AA meetings. She’s must also pay $1,738 in fees.
B: South Carolina DUI Lawyer Pete Strom
SC Has A Zero Tolerance Policy
Any person under the age of 21 who drives a motor vehicle after drinking alcohol faces a zero tolerance policy for drinking and driving.
It only takes a blood alcohol concentration of .02 to be charged with penalties for underage drinking and driving. Underage drivers will automatically have their license suspended for at least 3 months.
Consequences of Underage DUI
If you are under 21 and and your blood alcohol (BAC) is at least .02 and less than .08
- License (or permit) suspended or withheld for three months for a first offense; six months for a second offense within five years.
- License suspended for six months if chemical test is refused during a first offense; a one-year suspension if it’s the second offense within five years.
However, it is important for you to know that you are entitled toAdministrative Hearing to seek reinstatement of your driving privileges while your case is pending.
If you are under 21 and your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) is .08 or higher, you may be arrested for drunk driving and prosecuted under South Carolina’s Drunk Driving Laws.