‘South Carolina DUI Defense’ Comes Out Soon A New Book by Jim Snell and Attorney James Nesci
During his career, Jim Snell has had the opportunity to defend numerous clients facing DUI charges in South Carolina. His experience has led to him becoming an expert in the field. So, when Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company was seeking a co-author for its upcoming text “South Carolina DUI Defense: The Law and Practice,” Mr. Snell was honored to be selected for the job. The book, which will be published soon, was written alongside DUI defense expert Jim Nesci and will be an authoritative text aimed at practicing attorneys and law students. Attorney Jim Nesci is dean of the National College for DUI Defense. He has written numerous books on the subject, including “How to Beat a DUI,” also published by Lawyers & Judges. He is one of the nation’s foremost experts on the scientific aspects of DUI and DWI cases. In particular, he has tried my cases involving breath-test manufacturers. He has represented Supremes’ singer Diana Ross and Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ tight end Jerramy Stevens. Combined with Mr. Snell’s intimate knowledge of the laws in-state, the two attorneys have created a comprehensive examination of the law in theory and how it plays out in practice.
The book also features case studies based on specific trials. DUI cases present special challenges, and the text explores every facet of cases, from pre-trial intervention to field sobriety tests to unethical police practices. Hopefully, it will become a must-read resource for all attorneys representing DUI clients in South Carolina. Mr. Snell is proud to have worked alongside Mr. Nesci and Lawyer & Judges to complete the text. A DUI arrest should not lead to an automatic conviction. These types of cases may be harder to defend than ever, but “South Carolina DUI Defense: The Law and Practice” provides defense attorneys with the information and tools they need to represent their clients to the best of their ability. Throughout his career, Mr. Snell has focused on raising the bar for defense attorneys in South Carolina. This book is one of his many efforts focusing on continuing education, and he is grateful for the opportunity to share things he’s learned over the years.
easy holiday party
Scrambling to find something for the holiday potluck? This fondue is sure to impress!
¾ cup dry white wine
Salt to taste
1 tablespoon cornstarch
Foods to dip (apple slices, bread cubes, roasted vegetables, etc.)
1 (8-ounce) package sliced Swiss cheese
1 clove garlic
1. In a large bowl, whisk
Add some cheese and slowly whisk.When nearly smooth, add more cheese and whisk gently. Repeat until all cheese is melted. If mixture seems too tight, add 1 tablespoon wine. 5. Season with salt and serve immediately. Keep pot on low heat to keep the fondue dippable.
together wine and cornstarch. 2. Chop cheese slices into small, uniform pieces. 3. Rub clove of garlic all over
the sides and bottom of a heavy-bottomed pot, then discard. Heat wine mixture over medium-low heat in the pot until thick and bubbling.
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