If you have been charged with any offense involving driving a motor vehichle while allegedly being under the influence of alcohol, drugs or a combination of both, schedule a free office consultation with DUI Defense Attorney Robert A. Bruce regarding your case.
Important Things to Know
Ignition Interlock Device
What is the Ignition Interlock Device and will I have to have this device installed on my vehicle?
In 2014, Emma’s Law was signed by Governor Haley and was effective October 1, 2014. This law, among other changes, enhanced the Ignition Interlock Device (IID) program, including those convicted of DUI first offense with a Breath Alcohol Content (BAC) of .15 or greater had to have this device installed on their vehicle and complete the IID program. The IID program is administered by the South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Service (SCDPPPS).
For more information about the IID program, use this link to access the SCDPPPS IID brochure on the agency’s website.