Frequently Asked DUI Questions

DUI defense is a challenging practice and a complex area of law, and that's why we focus on it. At Drennan Law Firm, our attorneys handle hundreds of DUI cases each year in the Charleston area, and we tackle even the toughest challenges. Our team will be your strongest advocates and tireless legal representatives when you retain our services to defend your DUI or DUAC case.

You undoubtedly have questions about your rights, the consequences that you face, your legal options and your future. While we cannot predict the future, our lawyers will have a very good idea of what resolution we can steer your case toward following your first consultation, which is free of charge.

Get Answers to All of Your DUI Questions

Please click below for answers to your questions:

  • Jail: Will you go to jail if you are convicted of DUI?
  • Driver's license: Will you lose your driver's license? If so, for how long?
  • Court process: What is the court process for a DUI case?
  • Cost of DUI: How much will a DUI cost you?
  • IID: Will you be required to install an ignition interlock device?
  • Breath test refusal: What if you refused the breath test?
  • High BAC: What if you blew over the legal limit?
  • Your job: Will you be fired? Will you be able to get another job if convicted of DUI?

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Speak With a Straightforward, Dedicated DUI Defense Lawyer

Our attorneys are highly knowledgeable about the DataMaster DMT breath test machine, which is used to measure blood alcohol content (BAC) at the police station. It is the only breath test result that is admissible in court, but we know its flaws and inaccuracies. We know how to defend your case, minimize the consequences, guard your driving privileges and protect your future.

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

Our firm can defend you against any DUI charge and on appeal of a conviction. Contact us to gain a full understanding of your legal options.