Law Office of Scott W. Lee, PA (843) 986-9030
Serving clients in the courts of Beaufort, Hilton Head, Bluffton, Port Royal, Yemassee, as well as in Jasper and Colleton Counties, in a wide variety of cases, including:
Whether you have been charged with Driving Under the Influence (DUI) in magistrate or municipal court, or a serious felony in state court, it is important to know your rights and be aware of your options. Many times, clients are unaware of the serious collateral consequences associated with a criminal conviction. When choosing a criminal defense attorney, experience is crucial. You need a seasoned trial lawyer in your corner who is willing to vigorously defend you and help you through the often complex legal process to obtain the best results possible.
Mr. Lee has been defending criminal cases since 1994 in magistrate, municipal and circuit courts throughout the state, ranging from routine traffic tickets to death penalty murder cases. He was featured on the CBS show 48 Hours in 1998 spotlighting an armed robbery acquittal at trial in Beaufort where eyewitness testimony was successfully challenged through the use of a nationally-known psychologist as an expert defense witness. He has been a speaker at the South Carolina Public Defenders Conference, has formerly served as a prosecutor for the Town of Port Royal, and is an adjunct professor at the University of South Carolina-Beaufort where he teaches an introductory law class. As a longtime member of the South Carolina Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (SCACDL) and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL), Mr. Lee keeps current with the most recent changes in the law and the latest advancements in the defense of criminal cases, on both the state and national level.
With over 17 years felony trial experience, Beaufort criminal defense lawyer Scott W. Lee will provide sound legal advice and aggressive trial representation in a timely and cost-effective fashion. In order to ensure the best opportunity for a full investigation and defense, it is essential to seek legal counsel as soon as possible. Call today for your free, no obligation consultation.