DUI Lawyers in Horry County

Johnny Gardner Law, P.A. has three decades of trial experience defending DUI and DUI-related charges in Horry County’s magistrate courts, municipal courts, and General Sessions Court, including Conway, Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle Beach, and Surfside Beach, SC.

We have the confidence, reputation, and experience that you need to maximize your chance of success in your driving under the influence case.

Conway DUI attorney Johnny Gardner has successfully helped hundreds of clients who have been accused of driving under the influence. We have access to a wide range of experts that can assist in investigating and proving your case at trial, including Datamaster experts, standardized field sobriety test experts, chemical analysis experts, accident reconstructionists, and toxicologists.

Johnny Gardner has received the same training and certification in standardized field sobriety tests as your arresting officer, keeps abreast of SC’s ever-changing DUI laws and court opinions, and regularly attends DUI defense and trial skills workshops. We have the knowledge and experience that is necessary to negotiate the best outcome for you or prove your case to a jury.

More importantly, we care about you and your case. Each of our clients is facing a unique challenge in the courts that includes the threat of incarceration, loss of their driving privileges, and a permanent criminal record for drunk driving that cannot be expunged.

We understand what you are going through and the effect it can have on you and your family, we are here to help because we care, and we know that you need a fighter in your corner.

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Last month, the SC Supreme Court held in State v. Kenneth Taylor that the remedy for an officer’s failure to show Miranda rights being read to a DUI defendant during the traffic stop is not grounds for dismissal. It’s a major change in DUI law because 1) the Court first found that SC Code § ...