Criminal Defense For Students At Charleston Colleges
Charlie Condon takes a special interest in helping young adults protect their future. He has represented many college students who have now gone on to very successful careers. Students at the College of Charleston, the Citadel, the Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston School of Law, Charleston Southern University, and Trident Technical College face special challenges if they are accused of criminal offenses. Not only do they face criminal prosecution and possible fines and/or imprisonment, but they can also be subject to school suspension or expulsion with loss of college scholarships and a criminal record. Young people make mistakes, but it shouldn’t ruin a promising career. It is vitally important to have experienced criminal defense counsel. Criminal charges such as public drunk, public intoxication, disorderly conduct, DUI, felony DUI, open container, noise violations, minor in possession (MIP), fake false id, simple possession of marijuana, cocaine possession, heroin, xanax, possession with intent to distribute (PWID), trafficking, sale of drugs, and other criminal charges can result in a criminal record, loss of scholarship, suspend your driver’s license, follow you when seeking employment, cause a school suspension or expulsion, and result in jail time. Charlie Condon Law can represent the interests of a college student and seek a resolution of these charges that minimizes impact and could even allow an expungement of any criminal record.
Contact Charlie Condon Law, a top rated law firm, if your college student has been charged with a criminal offense on or off campus. Charlie Condon, a former Charleston Ninth Circuit Solicitor (District Attorney) and former Attorney General of South Carolina, has extensive experience on both sides of the courtroom including extensive experience in representing college students accused of crimes. Please call if your son or daughter is facing a criminal investigation or has been charged with any type of misdemeanor or felony offense such as DUI/DUS, felony DUI, shoplifting, criminal sexual conduct, assault and battery, violent crime, drug crime, burglary, or other offenses.