Timothy C. Kulp
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Timothy C. Kulp

116 Church St 3rd Floor
Charleston, SC 29401

Phone: 843-853-3310

Website: http://www.kulplaw.com

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About Timothy C. Kulp

Practice: University of South Carolina, B.A. 1975, J.D. 1978; admitted to practice in South Carolina, United States District Court, District of South Carolina, United States Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals; Membership: Member of South Carolina Trial Lawyers Association, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, South Carolina Association of Crimnal Defense Lawyers Association, South Carolina Bar Association, Society of Former FBI Agents. Former Member of National District Attorneys Association, South Carolina Magistrates Association Publications: co-author of South Carolina DUI Defense Manual; Handling Traffic Cases in South Carolina, 1st and 2nd editions; Experience/Associations: former Special Agent Federal Bureau of Investigation; Assistant Solicitor, Fifth and Ninth Judicial Circuits, Prosecutor for the City of Charleston, South Carolina; Municipal Court Judge; DUI Seminar lecturer, Atlanta, GA, Las Vegas, NV, Columbia, SC, Charleston, SC. 2010 DUI Superlawyer for South Carolina.


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