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South Carolina Hit & Run Laws & Penalties
South Carolina Hit & Run Laws & Penalties

Car accidents can be an extremely costly situation, which is why it is uncommon for some drivers to flee or leave the scene of the crash to avoid paying for another driver’s damages. However, committing a “hit and run” carries harsh criminal penalties if you are caught. The ...

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Blog posts in Traffic Law Offenses

  • Seat Belt Law in SC

    In South Carolina, every driver and passenger of a motor vehicle must wear a fastened safety belt when the vehicle is being operated on highways and ...

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  • Reckless Driving in South Carolina

    Although many traffic offenses in South Carolina are punishable by a fine and points on your driver’s license, there are some that carry criminal ...

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  • Is the Traffic Education Program right for you?

    A few years ago counties around South Carolina began establish the Traffic Education Program (also called TEP). This program is designed to help ...

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  • How Many Points Can I Have on My Driving Record?

    When drivers in South Carolina are found guilty of traffic offenses or commit traffic-related crimes, they end up with points on their driving ...

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  • James R. Snell, Jr. Presents to Members of Lexington County Bar Association

    On October 16, 2014, attorney James R. Snell, Jr., presented during a continuing legal education program to the members of the Lexington County Bar ...

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  • South Carolina's New Texting While Driving Law

    On June 6, 2014, South Carolina's new texting while driving law went into effect. This law creates a new statute, S.C. Code § 56-5-3890, and is listed ...

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  • Penalties for Driving Under Suspension in Lexington, SC

    In the state of South Carolina, your driver's license could be suspended for a number of different reasons. These include accumulating 12 or more ...

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  • Leaving the Scene of an Accident in South Carolina

    As you may know, you not only have a moral, but legal responsibility to stop and render aid when you have been involved in a traffic accident . ...

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  • South Carolina's SPMJ Charge

    If you have been arrested or cited for SPMJ in South Carolina this abbreviation stands for Simple Possession of Marijuana. This is a criminal charge ...

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