Tips and Information Regarding Legal Issues
|Posted on April 10, 2018 at 3:55 PM|
What rights do South Carolina drivers have at sobriety checkpoints?
DUI checkpoints are used by law enforcement to identify impaired motorists, but by knowing their rights, drivers may avoid an unnecessary arrest.
In South Carolina and across the U.S., it is illegal for motorists to operate a vehicle with a blood alcohol content level of .08 percent or greater. Sobriety checkpoints are law enforcement stops th...Read Full Post »
Traffic Tickets in South Carolina and New York
Whether vacationing this summer in Myrtle Beach or visiting the Statue of Liberty, there are a few things that drivers ought to know about getting traffic tickets in South Carolina and New York. Both New York and South Carolina have a point system for traffic offenses. However, the waypoints are assigned is quite different. The following article will explain these differences while hoping to give motorists a better idea of the penalties t...Read Full Post »