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The following are types of evidence collected to prosecute the drunk driver in South Carolina:

Circumstantial Evidence

If it can be shown that all of the evidence collected against a suspect arrested for Driving Under the Influence or Driving While Impaired (DUI/DWI) was circumstantial, the judge may be required to give to a jury an instruction making that fact known.  The courts give the same weight to circumstantial evidence as they do to direct evidence; however, it is known that jury members often give less weight in their minds when they hear the words “circumstantial evidence.” 

This charge to the jury could be beneficial but will most often be impossible to meet as the arresting officer can provide direct evidence of any indications that he witnessed as to intoxication.

A Myrtle Beach DUI conviction can have serious and long-lasting consequences. If you are facing a drunk driving charge, it is important that you contact an experienced DUI attorney to protect your rights. Contact Myrtle Beach South Carolina DUI lawyers at Everett Law Firm at (800) 942-8048 for a free consultation if you have been arrested or charged with any type of drunk driving offense.

Everett Law Firm, P.A.

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