Charleston criminal defense lawyer Tim Kulp is pleased to announce that he has been awarded the A/V, highest rating by attorney registry Martindale Hubbell.
As a criminal defense lawyer in Charleston with 32 years of experience at the Bar, Tim Kulp appreciates this significant peer-based recognition. Board Certified in Criminal Trial Advocacy by the National Bureau of Legal Specialty Certification, Tim Kulp has criminal case and trial experience in city, state and federal courts in South Carolina.
Criminal defense in Charleston SC continues to be Tim Kulp’s passion. From DUI defense or drunk driving cases to drug possession to murder, his experiences in these matters provide him the skills and knowledge to represent clients to the best of his ability under the facts and circumstances of each case, and the law that applies thereto. Mr. Kulp’s career-long interest in forensic science has guided him in his representation of clients accused of crimes in complex, intriguing matters. In criminal cases, he has dealt with DNA issue, hair comparison analysis, blood spatter evidence, latent fingerprint comparison, false confession evidence, arson patterns in building and automobiles, traumatic wound analysis, software source code aspects of instruments in the field of breath alcohol testing, crime scene analysis, victimology testimony, sexual assault evidence, forensic pathology, firearms and other weapons evidence, tool mark comparison evidence, forensic computer analysis and evidence, other evidence associated with criminal cases.
Mr. Kulp was once described by an Emmy award winning executive producer at CBS news 60 Minutes as being a combination of Atticus Finch, Matlock and House (from the TV series).
Mr. Kulp stated, “Having been trained as a special agent with the FBI, I enjoy getting out of the office, into the field in the course of investigating a client’s case and preparing his defense for trial. You cannot represent a client’s well from your office and without seeing and absorbing where the alleged crime took place. Criminal cases are rarely won without hard work and focused preparation.”