Call Today 888.301.6004
Featured Article
Does a 0.08 BAC mean you are automatically guilty of DUI?
Does a 0.08 BAC mean you are automatically guilty of DUI?

South Carolina drivers may know that they will be considered legally impaired if they drive with a 0.08 blood alcohol concentration (BAC) or higher. But staying below 0.08 isn’t a guarantee that you can’t get a South Carolina DUI, and being above 0.08 doesn’t mean you’re ...

Read More

Blog Posts in 2019

  • We're sponsoring 2019 Kid's Day of Lexington

    The Law Office of James R. Snell, Jr., LLC, is an official sponsor of the 19th annual Kid's Day of Lexington . This event will be held at the Virginia ...

    View More
  • We're selected as a 2019 Best of Lexington Life Magazine

    We’re pleased to announce that we were selected as a 2019 “Best of” by Lexington Life Magazine in the area of Criminal Defense Law. Lexington Life ...

    View More
  • Can Nathaniel Rowland be prosecuted for the death penalty?

    On March 30, 2019, it was announced that missing University of South Carolina student Samantha Josephson had been murdered and suspect, Nathaniel ...

    View More
  • Use of a Criminal Defense Handwriting Expert

    In many types of criminal cases it is a common accusation by police that signatures or documents are not genuine. The most common type of charge with ...

    View More
  • SkipTheGames.Com Prostitution Stings

    Area law enforcement in Columbia and Lexington, South Carolina, have recently been running prostitution stings using the website www.skipthegames.com ...

    View More
  • Should you talk to the police?

    When the police suspect you of committing a crime, they often want you to come into the station to give an interview. They may already have enough ...

    View More
  • Help! My child was charged with marijuana. Should we take PTI?

    A common situation faced by parents is what to do when their child is charged with marijuana. We receive calls from panicked mothers or fathers who ...

    View More
  • Charged with missing jury duty?

    We’ve been getting contacted by individuals concerned that they are being criminally charged or held in contempt for missing jury duty. These ...

    View More

Get Started Today

We're Available to Schedule Immediate, Same-Day Consultations
    • Please enter your name.
    • This isn't a valid phone number.
    • Please enter your email address.
      This isn't a valid email address.
    • Please make a selection.
    • Please enter a message.