Jim B. Huff

Jim B. Huff


North Augusta, SC 29841

Phone: 803-278-2889

Website: scdui.com

Founding Member

About Jim B. Huff

Practice: J.D. 1984. Private Practice 1988 to Present. Former State Prosecutor, City Prosecutor, Judicial Law Clerk. Bar Admissions: South Carolina Bar, District Court for South Carolina; 4th Circuit Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of the United States. Publications: South Carolina DUI Defense Manual, 3rd Edition-Contributing Author, SC Bar; Handling Traffic Cases in South Carolina, 1st – 6th Editions-SC Bar; SC Traffic Lawyers Tool Kit; SC Traffic Law Manual 2nd Edition-Contributing Author, SC Bar. Associations: SC Assoc. of Criminal Defense Lawyers- Founding Member, President 1996, Board Member. NACDL member. SC Association for Justice. Datamaster certified. NHTSA SFST Certified. Mr.Huff was named one of the top DUI attorneys in South Carolina by The State newspaper. He has spoken at dozens of DUI related seminars in several states. He was appointed by the SC Supreme Court Chief Justice to the state Magistrates Advisory Council. He annually trains Magistrate and Municipal judges in DUI and criminal law matters.

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