Another DUI Myth: The Legal Limit
201706.05
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Another DUI Myth: The Legal Limit

The expression that an individual charged with Driving Under the Influence (DUI) was over the limit as regards the person’s blood alcohol content (BAC) perpetuates yet another DUI myth. First, let me explain what is being expressed. Most often, as there are exceptions, an individual arrested for DUI will be offered the opportunity to submit…

DUI Myth:  Drinking and Driving is Illegal
201705.30
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DUI Myth: Drinking and Driving is Illegal

Misinformation as to South Carolina DUI law is more than common. I refer to these items of misinformation as DUI “myths,” and on occasion, they pose a threat to freedom and justice. One myth is that it is illegal to drink alcohol and drive. The current problem is that many law enforcement officers now believe…

201705.23
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The Aftermath of a DUI

Driving under the influence (D.U.I.) can be a very expensive and very serious crime for anyone convicted. The process is a long, humiliating and costly price to pay in order to get back your driver’s license. This doesn’t just include the overnight stay at a local police station or the initial fine you are given…

Kirk Knows High-Profile Cases
201503.12
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Kirk Knows High-Profile Cases

North Myrtle Beach defense attorney Kirk Truslow, a resident of Carolina Forest, speaks to the media outside of the Charleston County Courthouse following a Jan. 30 bond hearing for Sidney and Tammy Moorer. Story and Cover Photo by: Michael Smith | [email protected] Truslow Has A History Winning Acquittals In Murder Trials Kirk Truslow was in…

201502.02
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News Interview

Kirk Truslow, attorney for Sidney Moorer, discusses Friday’s bond hearing in Charleston and efforts to lift a gag order in the Heather Elvis case.

201403.18
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Moorer Supporters and Attorneys React to Bond Denial

On Monday afternoon, the bond hearing for the Moorers lasted for almost two hours, and evidence was shown by the state, giving it the elements of a trial. It was not the outcome the Moorers’ attorneys expected. Both Moorers were denied bond. Judge Steven John explained his decision before denying the two bond. He said…