2nd, 3rd, & Multiple DUI Offenses in South Carolina

We Fight Multiple DUI Charges

Penalties increase substantially and get progressively worse for each additional DUI conviction. If you've tried using a DUI lawyer before and been disappointed with the result or if you think there is no defense that will reduce the consequences you face, you must reconsider.

You have legal options, and a committed, resourceful DUI defense attorney in the Charleston area who is familiar with defending against 2nd, 3rd, and multiple DUI offense charges can fight for your driving privileges, freedoms and future.

Don't Plead Guilty — Consult an Experienced Charleston, SC Attorney First!

Pressure to plead guilty or plea bargain can be strong, and prosecuting attorneys can be very convincing. If you have a public defender for an attorney, he or she will probably not have the time or resources to devote to your best possible defense and therefore will not be able to build a compelling case to protect your future. Your freedoms will be vulnerable, heavy penalties certain and fate all but sealed.

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At Drennan Law Firm, we vigorously defend our clients. Attorney John L. Drennan is a certified expert regarding the DataMaster DMT (the breath test machine used at police stations), and he has testified to its many inaccuracies on several occasions. Drawing on John's knowledge of the DataMaster, our firm will examine your permanent record and past case results and circumstances, alongside your current circumstances. We will forensically investigate your case and build a defense that challenges the prosecution at every turn.

What Penalties Are You Facing for 2nd, 3rd, or Multiple DUI Offenses?

Without our representation, the fines that you face may add up to $6,500 on a second DUI or $10,000 on a third DUI. You could be facing more than one year in jail. If this is the fourth DUI charge against you, the court will sentence you to one to seven years in prison upon conviction.

Add these severe penalties to a required ignition interlock device on all vehicles you drive (cost of $1,000 plus $130 each month for monitoring fees and other expenses); increased insurance premiums (again); alcohol intervention program attendance (at your expense); driver's license suspension; a tarnished reputation; and significantly reduced job, educational and personal loan opportunities, and you're looking at a world of hurt.

Don't Hesitate to Speak With Us

We provide all of our clients with individualized, one-on-one service. We will fight for your best possible outcome and work tirelessly to minimize the consequences you face. Many of our clients are able to get provisional driver's licenses, avoid additional jail time, pay reduced fines and have the charges against them reduced if we cannot get their case dismissed entirely.

Please call us at 843-352-4149 or email us to schedule a free initial consultation with a Charleston area attorney.