Police officers may often be held to a higher standard than others when it comes to suspicion of criminal activity. When facing accusations for a crime such as driving under the influence of alcohol, officers are often placed on administrative leave while charges are pending. A deputy is apparently experiencing such a situation after he was recently accused of drunk driving in South Carolina.
In some cases, an individual in a position of power might use authority to make up for a lack of experience. Unfortunately, this can cause others to suffer as a result, some of whom might be unable, or even unwilling, to speak up for themselves. A college professor in South Carolina claims that inexperience led to his arrest after he was accused of drunk driving.
Dashboard cameras are a common sight in law enforcement vehicles on South Carolina roads. These cameras are often used to record events that take place during traffic stops and arrests. Although they can record the current situation, they cannot explain the various circumstances that might apply accordingly. A South Carolina man has been arrested after allegedly failing drunk driving tests performed in front of a dash cam.
Countless individuals over the years have lost out on employment opportunities on account of accusations for driving under the influence. For police officers, simply being accused of drunk driving can be stressful and shameful. Officers who are terminated following an arrest may also experience difficulty finding future employment in a related field. A former police officer in South Carolina may experience similar challenges after he was recently arrested and accused of driving under the influence while on duty.
Many individuals across the country have been accused of a crime following a car accident. This is often the case if the situation involves a single car that has gone off the road. Facing charges for drunk driving can be challenging and can affect an individual in various ways. A South Carolina man was recently arrested is being accused of DUI following a recent accident under similar circumstances.
A conviction for driving under the influence can have disastrous consequences. It can affect employment, one's reputation in the community and family relationships. A 50-year-old man in South Carolina may be facing these issues after he was recently arrested on suspicion of DUI.
Those accused of driving under the influence could face criminal charges. The formal accusations can be extensive, especially if an accident occurs. It makes good sense to seek legal counsel when facing a similar circumstance for advice on defending against the charges. This may be the case for a man who was recently arrested and accused of DUI after a recent accident in South Carolina.
Car accidents continue to be a significant concern in South Carolina and across the country. With many of these accidents, investigations occur to determine the cause of the crash. If a person is suspected of driving under the influence during an accident, he or she could face criminal charges. DUI charges have been filed against a man after a recent accident.
Being convicted of driving under the influence can have serious ramifications, especially if an accident occurs in which a life is taken. A conviction this serious can have a major impact on a person's life. In a recent car accident in South Carolina, a man has been accused of driving under the influence of alcohol, as well as leaving the scene of an accident.
Many South Carolina residents may think they know when they have had too much to drink. They may not realize that they can be arrested for drunk driving even without having a blood alcohol content of .08 percent or higher. If an officer deems a person clearly impaired, under the age of 21 or with children in the car under such circumstances, a charge of suspicion of DUI can follow. The question of how many drinks will put the BAC level over the limit does not have a simple answer.