If you are facing criminal charges of any kind, you are likely feeling overwhelmed and concerned about your future interests. Regardless of the nature of your crimes, you know there is a lot at stake when there are charges pending against you. While there is a lot on the line, a conviction is not your only option.
Nothing can ruin a fun evening out with friends more than seeing flashing lights in your rear view mirror and realizing that a police officer is pulling you over in a traffic stop. If you roll down your window and the officer asks if you'd mind stepping out of your car, it's a real game changer because this often means he or she suspects you of drunk driving. The old cliche that prosecutors can use everything you say and do against you in court may just be true.
There's nothing worse than being on a South Carolina roadway heavily laden with fast-moving traffic when suddenly a car comes dangerously close to you that appears to be moving in erratic patterns. Such stressful driving situations can make your heart feel like it has skipped a beat, and even if you are alert and as cautious as possible behind the wheel, you can't control another motorist's actions. Drunk and/or distracted drivers put your life and others at risk.