Christopher A. Wellborn, P.A.Criminal defense attorney
local 803-746-4302
toll free 866-635-6765
Call for a free Consultation
Protect Your Rights
& your future

March 2016 Archives

Drunk driving charges follow early morning crash

Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol while there is a child in the vehicle can bring about severe consequences if a conviction is obtained. A South Carolina woman is facing a drunk driving charge after a single-vehicle crash in Conway on a recent Thursday morning. Troopers reported that there was a juvenile in the car with her at the time of the accident.

Sex crimes charges follow undercover sting operation

Facing sex crimes charges in South Carolina can have an adverse impact on the life of the accused person if he or she is convicted. A man from Goose Creek, 29, is facing several charges of criminal solicitation of a minor along with one count of attempted criminal sexual conduct with a minor. These sex crimes charges were reported by the office of the South Carolina Attorney General.

Drunk driving: Chase leads to death of one, arrest of another

A 34-year-old South Carolina man is facing multiple serious charges after leading Charleston County deputies on a chase that caused the death of another driver. The charges include drunk driving, hit and run and failure to stop at an accident scene with injuries. According to court documents, driving on a suspended license and drug possession were also included in the charges.

South Carolina man sentenced for wire fraud, money laundering

A man from South Carolina who faced federal charges for the role he played in a health care fraud scheme was recently sentenced after pleading guilty last November. The 53-year-old man was one of three people charged with defrauding over 17,000 individuals across the country. The charges against him included mail fraud, wire fraud, money laundering and health plan embezzlement.

Driver's DUI charges upgraded after death of premature baby

Facing drunk driving charges is serious in any circumstances. However, if a person's DUI charges are upgraded because a victim of the accident succumbed to his or her injuries, the situation becomes much more severe. This is the fate of a South Carolina woman who allegedly caused an accident on Feb. 13.