After being charged with a DUI, you must quickly prepare yourself to do everything you can to protect your best interests. At the Stoddard Law Firm, we have the knowledge and experience you'll need to help prevent you from losing your driver's license or going to jail.
Attorney David Stoddard has extensive experience handling DUI, DWI cases as a defense lawyer and a prosecutor. He has gained significant insight into what strategies and arguments are best suited to defeat your charges, and he stands ready to assist you today.
Attorney David Stoddard takes his obligation to his clients very seriously. When handling your case, he makes certain that you are treated with the personal attention and respect you deserve. He will be honest and upfront with you about your situation. He will explain how weak or strong the case is against you, and explain your options.
Lawyer Stoddard litigates DUI cases on a set-fee basis. While fees are subject to change depending on the complexity if the case, he charges a set fee of $2,999.00 if you are able to pay the entire amount up front. He also offers payment plans for a higher overall cost.
If your case is legitimate, Stoddard will work tirelessly to ensure the best possible results for your circumstances. Lawyer Stoddard has successfully litigated many DUI cases throughout upstate South Carolina, helping the accused reduce or eliminate the charges against them.
Contact us today for a free consultation.
If you need an experienced DUI defense attorney on your side, call The David F. Stoddard Law Firm at (864) 375-0000 or contact the firm online to schedule a free initial consultation. From offices conveniently located in Anderson, the firm represents clients throughout South Carolina, including those residing in Greenville, Spartanburg, Abbeville, Laurens, Clemson, Oconee County and Pickens County.
If you have additional legal problems as a result of your DUI, Lawyer David Stoddard also represents individuals in other practice areas.
In South Carolina, the penalties you face depend on your level of intoxication upon arrest.
If your blood alcohol content (BAC) ranges from .08 to .10, you face the following penalties:
A driver may also be able to obtain a provisional driver's license after getting their license suspended for the first time. Drivers must meet the following criteria for eligibility: