Arrested for DUI, drug possession, underage drinking, or a more serious offense?
Criminal charges can be stressful and frightening to deal with.
The heavy stigma a criminal arrest carries with it is a lot to shoulder, but you don’t have to shoulder it alone. You may not get the presumption of innocence you deserve, from your community or the officials whose duty it is to help you, but Criminal Defense Attorney David Tarr will stand beside you every step of the way. Whether you're charged with DUI, a criminal offense, or a juvenile crime, he'll defend your rights.
The process of being arrested and charged with a crime carries a stigma that puts your life on hold.
You may not get the presumption of innocence that you deserve, from your community or the officials who are supposed to help you. If you’ve been charged with a crime, the best offense is a good defense. A good criminal defense attorney takes the duty to protect your rights seriously. For more than 20 years, attorney, David Tarr, has stood with the accused in Columbia and throughout South Carolina. Today he continues that tradition, helping people to avoid jail time and steep fines that rob them of their hard-earned money. Not just an experienced DUI attorney, David Tarr also defends people against a wide range of criminal charges, from college students charged with open container or fake ID to those facing charges for theft or violent crimes. The unknown can be scary, but it doesn’t have to be. The right criminal defense attorney can give you peace of mind while fighting to protect your rights at the same time.
Help When You Need It
Trouble isn’t known for its convenience, and criminal charges don’t always happen during office hours. That’s why David B. Tarr and his team are available 24/7 to help you. You shouldn’t have to face intimidation tactics or confusing conversations with law enforcement all on your own. If you’re worried about your criminal record, financial stability, and especially your freedom, we know you can’t wait even a few hours to get assistance.”