DUI Attorney in Clemson, SC
Being arrested for a 1st offense DUI is not only an intimidating experience, but understanding your rights can be overwhelming. John Bateman, Attorney at Law, has the experience and knowledge of the judicial system to fight for you in a clear and sensible way. John came to Clemson to specifically take on clients that need an ally. If you have gotten a 1st offense DUI in Clemson there is no time to waste, act fast. The penalties for a 1st offense DUI in Clemson SC are severe. By contacting DUI attorney John Bateman, you are making the perfect first step to resolving your conflict. If you are convicted of a 1st offense DUI in Clemson SC you could face:
- Up to 90 days in jail
- Fines up to $1,000 plus court costs
- Suspension of your driver’s license for six months (over the original suspension)
- Mandatory Alcohol/Drug counseling (which you will pay for)
- Expensive SR-22 insurance will be required for reinstatement of your license
If you are convicted of subsequent charges of DUI within 10 years, you will face mandatory minimum jail terms and increased fines. Moreover, many employers will terminate an employee upon conviction for DUI.
Each DUI case is different and highly technical. As your DUI Clemson Attorney, John will work for you to get your license and fight your charge.
Learn more about DUI tests like the Standardized Field Sobriety Test and the Breathalyzer test.
As a DUI attorney, John Bateman can help by explaining your rights and giving you options on how to proceed in the most suitable manner for your specific case. So if you are in need of a DUI attorney in Clemson, SC, contact John today. If you or someone you know has been arrested for a DUAC (Driving with an Unlawful Alcohol Content) or DUI (Driving Under the Influence), do not hesitate to call Clemson, SC DUI attorney John Bateman, at 864-501-5332 for a free confidential consultation or contact us here on our website.
Disclaimer: Flat fees are inclusive of office and court costs. Clients are responsible for the costs of any additional witnesses.