Creative, Determined Criminal Defense Lawyers In Charleston, SC
Serving Clients Throughout South Carolina
Bad things do happen to good people. Criminal convictions give you a permanent criminal record, which will show up on background checks for housing, work and educational applications well into your future. If you’re convicted, it may prevent you from owning firearms, and it may seriously affect your financial situation.
Don’t Surrender Your Future To The Scales Of Justice
Your future is in the balance. Just because you were arrested on suspicion of drinking and driving, committing a drug crime or other criminal act, it doesn’t mean that you have to just let the state or county have its way with you. A top criminal defense and DUI attorney in Charleston can protect your freedoms.
At Drennan Law Firm, our Charleston criminal defense lawyers are committed to our clients’ best possible defense from day one. We are responsive to our clients’ needs and we will get to work for you as soon as you call us.
How We Can Help
Why Should Drennan Law Firm Represent You?
You will work directly with your attorney, so your case is always in experienced hands.
Proven Defense Strategies
We know how to craft effective defenses against nearly every type of criminal charge.
We offer high-quality services at reasonable rates, so you can afford to protect your rights.
About the Drennan Law Firm
Drennan Law Firm was founded by attorney John Drennan so that he could offer people the proven DUI defense representation they deserve. Today, our team of dedicated defense advocates carries on John’s legacy as they serve clients in the Charleston area, throughout the Low Country, and across the state.
Charleston DUI News
3 reasons sobriety tests might be invalid
Sobriety tests are used by law enforcement officers to determine whether a driver is impaired by drugs or alcohol. These tests are designed to measure a person's ability to perform physical or mental tasks, and can be used as evidence in criminal cases under certain...
What is the legal BAC limit in South Carolina?
Most people make the assumption that the legal limit in South Carolina is a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.08%. If you are over this limit, it becomes illegal to drive due to the risk of impairment. This limit is used in most states, so drivers often repeat...
If you fail a breath test, can you still fight your charges?
Chemical breath testing involves a police officer gathering a sample of exhaled air and using a specialized piece of equipment to analyze the chemical composition of the exhaled gases. Many people think of breath testing as highly accurate, if not borderline...