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Temporary Alcohol Restricted License (TARL)

There are typically two types of licenses you can get after you’ve been arrested for DUI. One is called a Temporary Alcohol Restricted License (TARL) and the other is called a Provisional License. If you’ve been arrested for DUI, your license can be suspended if you: 1) refused to provide a breath sample; or 2) …

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South Carolina Marijuana Law Firm

As long as pot is illegal in South Carolina, you need to be aware of what types of charges you could face if you find yourself being arresting for a marijuana charge. But first, you should know how “Marijuana” is defined by South Carolina law. S.C. Code § 44-53-110(27) states: “Marijuana” means: (i) all species …

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White Collar Crime Defense Attorney

White Collar Crime Defense Attorney Have you or someone close to you recently been charged with a white collar crime? If so, this experience may be overwhelming and new to you. Typically, white collar crimes are non-violent and involve individuals with long and successful careers without any prior criminal charges or history with law enforcement. …

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South Carolina Drug Crime Defense Attorneys

Have you recently been arrested for a drug crime? Do you think your rights might have been violated? In South Carolina, punishment for possession or trafficking is severe, and so if you’ve been arrested for a drug crime, you want to have an experienced and reputable legal team that has handled thousands of criminal cases. …

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Can a SC Felon have legal possession of a firearm?

Some people have been wrongfully charged with the offense of being a convicted felon carrying a firearm within South Carolina. The criminal defense attorneys at West Law Firm in this article help to define those who don’t have a right to carry a firearm and those who can retain that right.   > > > …

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