Criminal Defense is What
We Do. Your Freedom is
What We’re After!

We are Passionate About Helping Our Clients Get the Best Outcome.

Criminal convictions can have serious consequences, including extended jail sentences, heavy fines and losing your rights.

Without a knowledgeable criminal defense attorney, you may not be able to build a strong defense. At Seaton & Duncan, we defend our clients from criminal charges and fight to get them the best possible outcomes.

Our Moncks Corner law firm can represent your best interests in the courtroom and in negotiations. Seaton & Duncan has over 40 years of combined experience and strong working relationships with the local courts, judges and prosecutors.

Types of Criminal Defense
Cases We Handle

Assault & Battery

White Collar Crimes

Domestic Violence



Federal Crimes

Drug Violations

Sex Crimes

Worry Free

They are very good at what they do! Go see them today and be worry free!

– Kipp Cavadias

Great Lawyer

Great Lawyer, will definitely use again when needed. Thank You Beau!

– Charles McGee

Wonderful Lawyer

He truly cares about his clients!! A wonderful lawyer!!

– Lamarr Richardson

* The Rules of Professional Conduct require disclosure that this is a “Testimonial” about the attorney. Please be aware that any result achieved on behalf of one client in one matter does not necessarily indicate similar results can be obtained for other clients.

Four (4) Steps To Take If
You’ve Been Arrested

1. Contact an Attorney

Contact an attorney: Knowledgeable criminal defense counsel can make you aware of your rights and prevent mistakes from occurring. Having a lawyer by your side can stop law enforcement from bullying you during interrogations.

2. Do Not Talk to Police

Do not discuss your case with the police: Talking to the police about seemingly innocuous case details without an attorney can damage your defense. The police may take what you say out of context and use your words against you in the courtroom. Trying to convince the police of your innocence after your arrest can only hurt your case.

3. Do Not Talk to Friends or Family

Do not discuss your case with friends or family: Anything that you say to anyone about your case can be used against you. Do not post about your case on social media or send messages about your charges.

4. Do Not Lose Hope

Do not lose hope about your case: No matter the details of your case, no prosecutor has a guaranteed conviction. Our lawyer can investigate the evidence and show why there may be problems. In criminal cases police officers as well as prosecutors can make damaging mistakes. Do not accept a plea deal without talking to our attorney.

Ready To Speak With An Attorney?

Let’s discuss the details of your case and see if we can help.

Can criminal charges ever be dropped?

Yes! There are many ways charges can be dismissed, or dropped. A few of them are: plea deals, mistakes made by police, mistakes made by prosecutors, and a lack of evidence.

Don’t give up or lose hope!

Every case is different, so consulting a criminal defense attorney to discuss your options is key.

Will a criminal conviction stay on my record forever?

A criminal conviction will show up on a background check, but some can be expunged, meaning it can be wiped from your record.

An experienced criminal defense attorney can help walk you through this process and determine if your conviction is eligible.

Do I have to have a criminal defense attorney?

You are not required to have a criminal defense attorney when facing criminal charges, but it is a very good idea.

The criminal justice system is complex and difficult to understand. Having someone on your side looking out for your best interest and navigating the process for you is the way to go.