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Justice in America – Who is Alice Johnson?

Justice in America – Who is Alice Johnson?

Here’s a sentence you probably never expected to read: Donald Trump did the right thing by rejecting – at least...

When Can My Child Be Charged as an Adult in SC?

When Can My Child Be Charged as an Adult in SC?

Someone broke into Union County High School and made a big mess, and 15 students have been arrested and charged...

How Do I Make a FOIA Request in SC?

How Do I Make a FOIA Request in SC?

In theory, South Carolina’s government works for us. That’s why the SC Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) makes the records...

SC Needs Grand Jury Reform Now

SC Needs Grand Jury Reform Now

Once upon a time, grand juries served a noble purpose. They allowed regular people – rather than highly educated prosecutors...

Mugshots.com Owners Arrested and Charged with Extortion

Mugshots.com Owners Arrested and Charged with Extortion

When you are charged with a crime, your arrest record and booking photo are public information – even if the...

New SC Expungement Law Will Allow Expungement of Minor Drug Convictions

New SC Expungement Law Will Allow Expungement of Minor Drug Convictions

The South Carolina House and Senate have passed a bill that expands the types of convictions that are eligible for...

Do We Need a Hate Crime Law to Protect Police Officers?

Do We Need a Hate Crime Law to Protect Police Officers?

U.S. lawmakers are considering legislation that would allow prosecutors to charge anyone accused of violence against a police officer with...

Why Hire a Speeding Ticket Lawyer in SC?

Why Hire a Speeding Ticket Lawyer in SC?

In South Carolina, a traffic violation is a criminal offense. So, if you decide to just get it out of...

Is the Practice of Law Dangerous?

Is the Practice of Law Dangerous?

We don’t make the list of most dangerous professions, but, nevertheless, lawyering is a dangerous business. In Columbia, SC, the...

Fourth Circuit Rules Disturbing Schools Lawsuit Can Go Forward

Fourth Circuit Rules Disturbing Schools Lawsuit Can Go Forward

A federal appeals court held that students have a valid claim that South Carolina’s “disturbing schools” law chills their First...