Rodney Davis Biography of Lowcountry Law Office
Lowcountry Law Office owner, Rodney D. Davis, focuses his practice on all areas of criminal defense and litigation, including drug offenses, driving under the influence, and traffic tickets, among others. He previously served as assistant public defender for the Ninth Circuit Public Defender’s Office in Charleston County. He has previously maintained his own solo practice, was a partner in a North Charleston law firm and has represented well over 5,000 clients. He served as assistant solicitor for the Ninth Circuit Solicitor’s Office in Charleston County and prior to that for the Seventh Circuit Solicitor’s Office in Spartanburg and Cherokee Counties. Rodney earned his law degree from the West Virginia University College of Law and graduated cum laude with a bachelor’s degree from Marshall University. He is a member of the South Carolina Bar Association and the Charleston County Bar Association. He has also served as a member of the South Carolina Bar House of Delegates, as a South Carolina Bar lecturer, and as a judge for the Charleston School of Law Moot Court Competition. He is admitted to practice before the South Carolina Supreme Court, the United States District Court for the District of South Carolina, and the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, and is also certified lead counsel for death penalty cases.
Thurmond Kirchner & Timbes Law Firm
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Consequences of Refusing to Blow ▪ Charleston DUI Attorney
In South Carolina, if a person is arrested for driving under the influence, law enforcement can request that the subject provide a breath sample to measure blood alcohol content. Oftentimes, subjects refuse to provide a breath sample because they do not want to provide further evidence to the police, because they question the reliability of the machine, or for a number of other reasons. As a consequence of refusing to provide this breath sample, the subject’s driving privileges can be suspended for 6 months and the subject can be required to enroll in the Alcohol and Drug Safety Action Program before being issued a driver’s license. The driver can challenge these penalties by requesting an administrative hearing. Recently, one of our clients was facing a suspension for refusal to blow. The administrative hearing officer decided there would be no suspension because the arresting officer did not accurately advise the our client of the consequences of providing a breath sample or refusing to do so. In another case involving one of our clients, the South Carolina Court of Appeals determined that our client’s driving privileges could not be suspended because the police did not prove that the client had been properly advised of their rights to take the breath test or refuse it.