If you've been arrested or charged with a criminal offense, you are likely to be anxious, upset, or worried about how to handle your charges. As a former prosecutor and Charleston criminal defense attorney, Trey Harrell, understands this and is here to not only provide you with representation, but to also serve as a counselor to help you through this difficult time. No matter what type of charges you face, this Charleston defense lawyer will navigate you through the entire criminal justice process from start to finish.
WARNING: YOU ONLY HAVE 30 DAYS from the date of your arrest for DUI in South Carolina to request an administrative hearing about your driver's license. If you do not, your driver's license will be automatically suspended. For immediate help contact a Charleston DUI Attorney today!
DUI convictions can carry with them the possibility of affecting your life, your job, and your family, due to driver's license suspensions and potential required treatment programs following your conviction. A DUI conviction on your record can haunt you for years to come, hindering job applications and causing complications with car insurance and other matters. Finding the right Charleston DUI lawyer to take on your charges can be challenging. You want a legal advocate you can be confident in and trust to handle all aspects of your case.
Drug charges can range from state crimes like simple possession of marijuana, to federal crimes like drug distribution. The consequences you may be facing if you are convicted of a drug charge can be quite serious. If you are convicted, you face many severe consequences, such as jail time or hefty fines, so you need a Charleston criminal defense attorney. If you or a loved one have been charged with a drug charge then give criminal defense attorney Trey Harrell a call for a free consultation.
Federal prosecutions are very different from state cases. Surprisingly, many Charleston defense attorneys are not properly licensed to handle the defense of a federal criminal case. The rules are quite different between state and federal court, especially the horribly complicated Federal Sentencing Guidelines. However, Trey Harrell is a Charleston criminal defense attorney who is licensed in the Federal District of South Carolina and is ready to work with you.
As your bond hearing attorney, Trey Harrell can protect your rights as well as your interests throughout the entire bond process, particularly in front of the Judge in the bond hearing. Trey Harrell will speak on your behalf in an attempt to convince the court that you are neither a danger to the community nor a flight risk.
Under South Carolina law, it is actually a misdemeanor for a person to appear "grossly intoxicated" in a public or otherwise act in a disorderly or "boisterous" way. In most cases, an individual is getting out of control so the law enforcement officer makes decision to use the charge of disorderly conduct and most people just pay the ticket. However, what seems like a minimal charge can have drastic consequences and cause many headaches at a later date. If you or a loved one has been charged with disorderly conduct, call Charleston defense attorney Trey Harrell for a free consult to discuss the situation and make sure you are aware of the potential consequences.