South Carolina Military Base DUI Lawyers
If you are charged with a DUI on a military base, you are still innocent until proven guilty, which is a right guaranteed by our constitution. It becomes the government’s burden to prove your guilt beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law. For experienced Military Base DUI Lawyers who will fight for you and protect your rights, contact the criminal defense attorneys at the Strom Law Firm, LLC today. We will use every resource at our disposal to help you get the best possible outcome in your criminal case. We will initiate a private investigation into the allegations against you, examine every aspect of your case, and interview expert witnesses to strengthen your position and mount a solid defense. We offer a free consultation to discuss your arrest, possible defenses, and what you may be facing. Call us today for a free consultation. 803.252.4800
If you are serving at or just driving through Fort Jackson, Charleston Air Force Base, Marine Corps Air Station in Beaufort, SC, Parris Island, McIntyre Air National Guard, the Naval Weapons Station in Charleston, or Shaw Air Force Base in Sumter and you are stopped for DUI; you face not only potential criminal penalties under the drunk driving laws of South Carolina but also potential military consequences. Highlights of South Carolina drunk driving laws can be found here.
If you are faced with military prosecution by a court marshal, any criminal penalty imposed by a civilian court of law will likely be considered. The criminal defense attorneys at the Strom Law Firm, LLC, are keenly aware of what is at stake with your military career and will navigate you through your Military Base DUI charge to help you defend your case and service reputation.
Federal DUI Convictions Impact Your Ability To Drive Nationally
Military personnel who are stationed at a base in South Carolina may not understand the implication of a drunk driving conviction on their driver’s license back home. The state and federal governments have reciprocity agreements, so your home state’s Department of Motor Vehicles will find out about your DUI/DWI conviction. If your driving privileges are taken away from you in the state of South Carolina, they will be taken away from you at home, as well.
Contact a Military Base DUI Lawyers
Facing arrest and criminal charges is not something you should do alone. You need a knowledgeable, experienced attorney who understands your situation and cares about the outcome of your case. We believe everyone deserves a strong and robust defense and that no person is guilty unless proven otherwise. Having a lawyer you trust on your side can make all the difference in the outcome of your case.
Criminal defense lawyers at the Strom Law Firm, LLC provide a free consultation to discuss your DUI arrest, whether to plead guilty or not guilty to driving under the influence, as well as possible ways to have your drunk driving charge reduced. Founded by a former U.S. Attorney, the team at Strom Law also includes a former Public Defender, as well as a former Assistant Attorney General and Richland County Assistant Solicitor. It’s awarded the highest Martindale-Hubble ranking and collectively holds more than 50 years of complex litigation experience.
Fill out the Free Case Evaluation form in the top right column or call us immediately (803-252-4800). Let us fight your DUI charge, and help you protect your freedom and financial future. We offer flexible payment plans and accept Visa and Mastercard.
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By: Pete Strom, South Carolina DUI Lawyer