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When an unexpected event occurs in your life, it is important to have a reliable and trustworthy advocate in your corner. Joe Good has helped countless clients with their legal matters up and down the coast of South Carolina. Attorney Joe Good can assist with your DUI, personal injury or criminal law cases. For more than 10 years, we have garnered the experience, resources and dedication to provide dependable representation to all of our clients.

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Joe Good, Attorney at Law is an experienced legal professional who knows the ins and outs of DUI law in South Carolina. Attorney Good is a forensic lawyer-scientist. He has specific field training and an extensive education in law. When you work with Attorney Joe Good, you can have peace of mind knowing your attorney focuses on your case, not a global practice attorney with only surface-level knowledge in the area.

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Attorney Joe Good also seeks to foster strong relationships with his clients to build warm attorney-client relationships. In fact, he often becomes friends with his clients in working on their case. He is a very accessible and responsive advocate who will handle the legal situations you might find daunting. The firm also offers affordable payment plans for all our clients at their convenience and accepts all major credit cards.
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South Carolina Toughens DUI Laws: New “All Offender Law” Explained

South Carolina has introduced the “All Offender Law,” significantly toughening its DUI regulations by requiring all DUI offenders, including first-time offenders, to install ignition interlock devices (IIDs) in their vehicles. ...

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