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Ronnie M. Cole

Ronnie M. Cole

DUI Attorney
(Anderson, SC)

Cole Law Firm

Ronnie M. Cole received his BBA in 1973 from the University of Georgia and his Juris Doctorate in 1976 from the University Of South Carolina School Of Law. Mr. Cole is a Founding Member and Instructor for the National College of DUI Defense; Founding member of SCACDL, member of NACDL, IACT and the South Carolina Bar. He is an Instructor for the South Carolina Court Administration for DUI/DUS Training for Magistrates and Municipal Judges.

Mr. Cole’s professional training includes: Coordinator of Breathalyzer School for Lawyers; Attending numerous schools on subject of Alcohol Testing; BAC Data Master Training – 1992; BAC Data Master Training – 1993; BAC Data Master Maintenance & Electrical Training – 1993; Indiana University Tests for BAC in Highway Safety Programs: Supervision and Expert Testing – 1994; NHTSA – Standardized Field Sobriety Testing – 1994; BAC Data Master – Supervisor/Field Maintenance Training Course – 1995; BAC Data Master Maintenance and Repair – 1997; Instructor 3 day Data Master Certification Course – June, 1998; Speaker at Data Master User’s Meeting – 1998 IACT Conference; and Speaker or Moderator in more than 50 seminars dealing with Traffic Law. He has also taught Legal and Judicial Ethics and produced a training video for Judicial Ethics and for 20+ years has been an instructor in DUI law for the South Carolina Court Administration’s Magistrate and Municipal Judges Orientation.

His practice areas include Criminal Defense, Traffic Violations, Drug Charges and other criminal violations. In addition, he has been interviewed by numerous television stations and newspapers, including USA Today.

Ronnie M. Cole

DUI Attorney
(Anderson, SC)

Cole Law Firm


Felony DUI And Felony Boating Under The Influence
Published Date: Jul 2016

Felony DUI And Felony Boating Under The Influence: What You Need To Know As A Defendant

This book is a guide for people facing felony boating under the influence charges in South Carolina. The penalty for felony boating under the influence is similar to the penalty for DUI that carries 25 years in prison for death and 15 years for great bodily injury. Usually, people get themselves into trouble by talking too much and end up charged with serious crimes. In this book, I have explained what they should do in such circumstances and what shouldn’t. Apart from this, I have explained why a person needs a trained and knowledgeable legal expert to handle their case.