A: In SC, there is a two hour limit on breath tests. However, recent caselaw has created an exception in cases where the officer was required to perform other duties related to the incident and has provided an affidavit explaining what they had to do prior to taking the person to the breath testing facility.
A: The answer in South Carolina depends on which offense, 1st, 2nd, etc. a person is charged with as to the potential sentence they could receive. This number relates to prior convictions the same person has on their record for the charge.
A: If you believe that you were the victim of a crime, then calling the police and filing a report is a good way to start to handle it. Law enforcement has the ability to try to get the evidence to solve the crime. They will keep you informed of the updates in the case as they investigate.