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Facing your first criminal charge brings with it confusion, fear and uncertainty. These feelings, along with unfamiliarity with the South Carolina criminal system, lead to numerous questions. Our hope is that we can address some of your immediate questions here. Should you need further answers or require additional help, we encourage you to call our Summerville-based criminal defense lawyer at (843) 261-7026 or to send our law firm an email for your free client-centered consultation.

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If you or someone you know is facing drug charges in SC for possession of heroin, you’ve come to the right place for information about your situation.

Dealing with a drug charge can be a scary experience. You and your loved ones are more than likely full of uncertainty about what is going to happen next.

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If you follow AMC’s fictional drama Breaking Bad, then you know how methamphetamine ruined the characters’ lives. And you don’t have to be a drug kingpin for methamphetamine to seriously damage yours. Not only does the production, use and distribution of meth put your freedom at risk, getting caught puts your employment, finances and good name in jeopardy.

And that’s no fiction.

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Possession of cocaine is a very serious criminal offense in South Carolina. Whether you’ve only experimented with cocaine recreationally or are struggling with addiction, if you’ve been arrested with this controlled substance in your possession, your finances, career, reputation and freedom are seriously at risk.

And if you want a chance at protecting the life you’ve worked so hard to build, then you’re going to need the help of an experienced drug lawyer.

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Nearly 95 million people in the United States have admitted to trying marijuana at least once. So the odds are, you know at least one person who’s used the drug.

But the popularity of marijuana doesn’t mean much in a state like South Carolina, where it’s illegal and punished severely.

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Everyone makes mistakes. Unfortunately, if you’ve gotten behind the wheel after drinking even a little too much, it’s too late to change what happens once you see lights flashing in your rearview mirror.