DUI Law Changes
John Price discusses recent changes in South Carolina DUI Laws on local radio station 105.5 The Bridge. The proposed law – which has cut drunk-driving deaths by 15 percent in the states that have passed it – slowly is advancing in the House and Senate.
The bill aims to address a part of South Carolina’s DUI law that allows defendants charged with drunk driving to get back on the road within days. But it could face opposition from lawmakers concerned ignition-interlock devices are expensive, especially for drivers who later are exonerated.
Right now, judges are required to order all repeat offenders and first-time offenders with a bac of .15 or greater to install an ignition interlock. Governor Henry Mcmaster wants to see something on his desk so he can sign it into law.
Personal Injury Lawyer, John Price joins Evans in a studio on 105.5 The Bridge to discuss changes to South Carolina’s DUI Laws.