South Carolina Court of Appeals Issues Latest DUI Decision


On October 31, 2012, the South Carolina Court of Appeals issued its latest opinion in the field of DUI/drunk driving defense. In State v Vinson, the Court of Appeals upheld the Circuit Court in its denial of Vinson’s motion to dismiss because the police did not have “reasonable articulable suspicion” to justify the initial traffic stop which resulted in Vinson’s arrest for DUI.

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