In addition to her other fields of practice, Sarah Henry specializes in defending criminal law cases. Regardless of the cause or severity of the case, she brings a level of consideration and expertise that’s unprecedented. If you’re in need of an attorney that’s not only qualified to handle your case, but also committed to your success, contact Sarah today. From DUI and drug cases to theft, assault and more, you can proceed confidently knowing that you’re in qualified hands.
DUI cases can be complicated. If you find yourself facing DUI charges, proper representation could mean the difference between keeping your job and your license or facing thousands of dollars in fines and possibly jail time. Hiring a good lawyer early can change your outcome. Sarah has over 10 years of criminal law experience in the upstate and can guide you through all of the pitfalls.
Restoring your rights, including your right to own a gun, to sit on a jury, and to hold a professional license, is incredibly important to many people. You can restore these rights and others by petitioning for a pardon from the State of South Carolina. Receiving a pardon can take over 9 months and be a tedious process. Hiring an attorney can help ensure that you get expert advice and have the best possible chance of getting your rights restored.
Traffic offenses consist of a wide range of crimes that range from speeding and illegal lane changes to DUIs and reckless driving charges. Regardless of your situation, if you’re facing prosecution, legal help can make the difference in your case.
Harassment lawsuits include bullying, hate crimes, stalking and more. If you’ve found yourself in a situation that could be qualified as harassment, understanding your rights and the best way to proceed will help create the best possible outcome.
Driver's License Suspensions
There are a variety of ways a person can get their driver’s license suspended, ranging from speeding tickets and traffic violations to DUIs. If your license is suspended, Sarah can help you get it back as quickly as possible.
After an arrest, a defendant is arraigned and a bond is set by a magistrate judge. Usually, the only people at that first hearing are the accused, the judge, and the officer who made the arrest. Most of the time the defendant does not have an attorney with him, and that can lead to an unnecessarily high bond. However, bonds in South Carolina are determined on a case-by-case basis, which gives a good attorney room to put your individual situation in front of the judge at a second bond hearing, and get you a more reasonable bond and possibly a PR bond. If you need help getting a reasonable bond and getting out of jail, we can help.
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Theft cases, including burglary and robbery cases, require special understanding. Depending on the amount stolen, someone accused of theft can face either a misdemeanor or felony charges, including the possibility of jail time.
From burglary and property theft to extortion, vandalism and arson, property crimes encompass a wide variety of charges and proceedings. Contact Sarah Henry today to learn more about the options you have available to you.
If you’ve been convicted of assault, you’re likely facing serious charges. For expert help in your case, contact Sarah Henry. She will help you understand your options, as well as what charges you’re facing and how they can impact your life.
Domestic violence charges are very serious and require a lot of thought and planning. If you’re facing charges like these, it’s in your best interest to secure representation that will not only help you understand what you’re facing but also create a strategy that yields results.
Weapons charges can typically be divided into two major categories - use and possession. If you find yourself in either of these categories, it’s important to not only understand your rights but your options going forward as well.
In addition to working with adults, Sarah Henry also works with juvenile cases. Her training and understanding of the law qualify her to represent minors for a wide range of cases. If you have questions, you can contact her today.
406 Pettigru Street Greenville, South Carolina 29601
864-478-8324 | F: 864-232-9555
Hours: M – TH 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, F 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Office Closed 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm for lunch
Meetings are by appointment only.