If you have been charged with a DUI in the state of South Carolina, you will have had your drivers' license temporarily revoked. The amount of time for which you will have your drivers' license suspended will depend on a number of factors. These factors include whether this was your first offense, and how intoxicated you were found to be at the scene.
Being unable to drive can completely alter your life, and it may affect your ability to carry out meaningful work or care for loved ones. The courts in South Carolina are sympathetic to this, but their main objective is to keep the roads safe for other drivers, passengers and pedestrians. However, it may be possible to gain a provisional license while your full license is suspended under certain terms.