Anderson DUI Lawyer

Greenville, Anderson, and Spartanburg, South Carolina, and Surrounding Counties

Greenville DUIDUI refers to driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The consequences for a DUI conviction often involve jail time, large fines, probation and temporary suspension or permanent revocation of your driver's license depending on whether it is your first offense or you are a repeat offender.

In any case, it is in your best interests to consult a DUI lawyer. Please contact us today for a free initial case consultation.

There is a presumption of intoxication, if your BAC (blood alcohol content) exceeds .08 at the time you were driving. Your BAC may vary depending on the amount of alcohol you drank and how much time has passed since your last drink.

Felony DUI

A DUI charge with no other aggravating circumstances is considered a misdemeanor. However, depending on the circumstances surrounding your DUI, you may also be charged with additional offenses. If you caused an accident and injured or killed another individual while driving under the influence, you may also be charged with felony DUI and some degree of homicide. 

A felony DUI conviction often includes time in jail, a lengthy probation and possible revocation of your license. If you have caused the death of another individual while driving under the influence, you may be charged with felony DUI, a homicide such as reckless homicide, or even voluntary manslaughter. In this case, the family of the deceased victim may bring a civil action for wrongful death against you as well.

If you have been charged with DUI, you need legal representation from an experienced DUI attorney.

To learn more about DUI or any other criminal offense and how we can help you, please contact the DUI defense attorneys at The White Davis & White Law Firm today to schedule a free initial consultation. We represent clients in the Greenville, Anderson, Spartanburg, and other surrounding counties in South Carolina.