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An article in WMBF News reports that a man has been charged with a felony DUI following a crash on July 3, 2016, that left one person fatally injured.

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With July 4 right around the corner, Americans are preparing for backyard barbecues and firework fiestas. But, while drunk driving has been on the decline for decades, America’s birthday still brings a heightened risk of drunk driving — and alcohol-related traffic accidents.

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In December of 2015, Sumter County Sheriff's Office Public Information Officer Braden Bunch was arrested on charges of driving under the influence.

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A woman is facing felony DUI charges following a fatal crash that occurred in September of 2015 on I-26 in South Carolina.

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Drinking and driving is a potential problem across the country, and across the state of South Carolina. In the Greenville area, it is important to obtain legal help if you find yourself in legal trouble regarding a DUI.

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While restaurants and bars promote their parties for St. Patrick’s Day, public safety and law enforcement departments similarly step up their efforts to combat drunk driving.

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n South Carolina, the state courts have various tools at their disposal to punish or help to rehabilitate individuals who have been charged and convicted of Driving under the Influence (DUI). Of course, courts have the ability to sentence those charged with criminal offenses to serve jail sentences.

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In South Carolina, the state courts have various tools at their disposal to punish or help to rehabilitate individuals who have been charged and convicted of Driving under the Influence (DUI).  Of course, courts have the ability to sentence those charged with criminal offenses to serve jail sentences.

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In many states, including South Carolina, the government has instituted what are called “zero tolerance” laws regarding underage drinking and driving. Under these zero tolerance laws...
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