An Attorney Who Fights For The Underdog

College Crimes: Protecting Your Future

For students at the University of South Carolina and other colleges in South Carolina, criminal accusations can derail a promising academic career. You have been working toward this point all your life. You have post-college plans and professional career goals. All of that hangs in the balance.

At Jennie E. Clark Attorney at Law, you get legal representation that keeps your bright future in mind. I understand what it means to you and that you want to protect it at all costs. Should one mistake cost you for the rest of your life? Worse yet, should one false accusation or false arrest ruin all of those plans?

How I Can Help With Your Case

I run my office with a goal of providing compassionate and caring counsel. I meet you face-to-face. I get to know you. I understand your goals. If you need a lawyer who is easy to contact, who is on your side and who understands where you are coming from, contact me online, or give my Columbia office a call at 803-563-6482. I am here for you, and I would love to set up a free consultation to learn more about your case.

Charges College Students Face

College — it’s about personal freedom. It’s about growth. It’s about finding yourself.

Unfortunately, it can also lead to serious criminal charges. Some of the most common crimes that college students face include:

  • Underage drinking
  • Drunk driving
  • Drug cultivation
  • Drug possession
  • Burglary and theft
  • Motor vehicle theft
  • Robbery
  • Sexual assault and related sex offenses
  • Aggravated assault

Are You Concerned About Your Child?

Perhaps you are a parent of a child who faces these charges. You do not want one event to destroy that child’s future.

I will work tirelessly to fight for your child’s rights. My background in science means I truly understand forensic tactics and the science behind drug cases, including synthetic drugs and evaluating lab reports, as well as methods of drug and alcohol testing. I have the knowledge to build a thorough defense for the criminal charges your child faces.