Charleston DUI charleston sc dui News for February 12 2017

Charleston police officer charged with DUI – wistv.com …

Charleston police officer charged with DUI. CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) – A Charleston Police officer has been charged with driving under the influence.
www.wistv.com/…/11752359/charleston-police-officer-charged-with-dui

Charleston DUI Attorney

Paul B. Ferrara, III, Esq. is a native of Charleston, South Carolina, with family in Charleston and Aiken counties. Mr. Ferrara is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center with a Master of Laws in Securities and Financial Regulation. He graduated from the Georgetown University Law Center in 2001 and earned a LL.M. in Securities and Financial Regulation. Mr. Ferrara’s practice areas include, civil litigation, foreclosure defense, estate planning, criminal and civil appellate, personal injury, and securities fraud.
ferraralawfirm.net/paul-ferrara.php

Judge sets bond for Charleston attorney arrested on DUI …

A judge set bond for a prominent Charleston-area attorney arrested early Monday morning on charges of DUI and possession of cocaine.
www.14news.com/…for-charleston-attorney-arrested-on-dui-drug-charges

Crantford Meehan – Charleston Criminal Lawyers

Do you need a dui attorney or a traffic violation attorney? … Charleston, SC, 29407. 843-376-4030. Dorchester, Charleston, Berkeley County Attorneys. Your Custom …
www.crantfordmeehan.com/criminal-practice

Families Fault Charleston Restaurant in DUI Deaths

According to a lawsuit filed in Charleston County, downtown sushi restaurant/bar Wasabi is being held liable for a drunk driving accident that led to the deaths of three West Ashley men. The crash resulted in the deaths of all three individuals. Most personal injury law in South Carolina is what is called common law: judicially created law that has developed over the centuries, most notably the law of negligence. Specifically, South Carolina Code Section 61-6-2220 prohibits any drinking establishment from selling alcoholic drinks to “Persons in an intoxicated condition”. Most settle out of court, favoring the families of the individuals killed in the accidents.
charleston.eater.com/2015/7/13/8949039

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