Clemson South Carolina DUI Defense Attorney Travis A. Newton

Clemson South Carolina DUI Defense Attorney

111 Sharpe Street Anderson, SC 29621.


An arrest for driving under the influence can leave the accused motorist scared, anxious, and confused. A DUI arrest for a Clemson or Anderson University student can be particularly frightening. Do not let a DUI charge derail your goal of higher education. Just because you have been arrested for driving under the influence does not mean you have been convicted. In fact, you are innocent until proven guilty. 

If you have been charged with driving under the influence a free consultation with DUI Lawyer Travis Newton may help you understand how an innocent motorist may be mistakenly identified as an impaired driver.  

  • What are the consequences of a South Carolina DUI conviction?
  • Is there mandatory jail time for a DUI conviction?
  • What are the total fines?
  • How long will I lose my South Carolina Driver's License?
  • Will I be forced to attend mandatory drug and alcohol counseling?
  • What is The Alcohol Drug Safety Action Program (ADSAP)?
  • What is SR-22?
  • What are the consequences for my auto insurance?
  • Are Standardized Field Sobriety Tests reliable?
  • Is the breathalyzer reliable?
  • ​Will I have to blow into an ignition interlock device each time I start my vehicle?

Clemson DUI Defense Attorney Travis Newton will answer these questions and address the specific facts of your case. There are factors that
affect the manner in which the human body digests alcohol.  A motorists' blood alcohol content may continue to rise long after his or her final drink of a particular setting. The result of a chemical test 1 to 2 hours after an arrest may be very different from the motorist's blood alcohol content while actually operating the motor vehicle. 

DUI Defense Attorney Travis Newton will listen to the facts of your case and discuss possible defenses for driving under the influence. Travis A. Newton Law P.A. 111 Sharpe St. Anderson, S.C. 29621. Free Consultation (864) 965-9148.