The collateral consequences of an arrest for a DUI can be severe and long-lasting. Separate and apart from the criminal consequences, the South Carolina DMV will suspend one’s privilege to drive if he or she either refuses to submit a breath, blood, or urine sample or if that sample indicates a blood alcohol concentration above .15%. License suspensions can lead to other, more significant legal problems if not addressed quickly. Having the help of an experienced attorney to guide you through the process can make all the difference. Reach out to the attorneys at Johnson Johnson Whittle & Lancer today to guide you.