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South Carolina: Man charged in hit and run

South Carolina police have arrested and charged a man after he is alleged to have caused the death of another man. The individual who has been arrested is accused of having been involved in a hit and run accident. The victim in the accident later died as a result of his injuries.

32 will face drug court charges in South Carolina sting operation

It is not uncommon for federal agents to arrest and charge multiple people with drug crimes relating to the same alleged drug distribution ring. When a large number of individuals are arrested at once, it is possible for law enforcement officials to make a mistake and arrest the wrong person. Any South Carolina resident who is arrested and charged with narcotics crimes will have the opportunity to defend him or herself against those allegations in drug court.

Argument over rose leads to domestic violence charge

No two criminal cases are the same, and the circumstances that give rise to a criminal charge have to be carefully scrutinized to achieve the best possible outcome for the defendant. Domestic violence charges can be especially problematic, given that the parties involved often have conflicting accounts of how the dispute happened.

Lexington County man gets 17 years on felony DUI charge

People convicted of driving under the influence in South Carolina face stiff penalties, but if someone was injured or killed in an alleged DUI accident, the status of the charge becomes a felony and the possible penalties increase significantly.

Behavioral rehab an important aspect of brain injury treatment

Each year scientists and medical professionals learn more about diagnosing and treating brain injuries, but much work still has to be done. The physical impairments caused by a brain injury may be obvious, but people also suffer mental impairments that can significantly alter their personalities. Lifelong rehabilitation and medical treatment may be necessary in these cases, and as doctors and scientists come to better understand brain injuries, those who have experienced them deserve to have their medical needs met.

Owner of Myrtle Beach coin laundry accused of illegal gambling

Allegations of violent crimes are aggressively prosecuted in South Carolina, but authorities can also be zealous about penalizing people accused of nonviolent crimes. Gambling, for instance, is strictly regulated in South Carolina, with the lottery being the only form of gambling legally allowed.

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