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July 2014 Archives

South Carolina man will face charges in drug court

There has been a big push by local and federal law enforcement agencies to crack down on illegal drugs. Anyone who is found possessing drugs with or without the intent to distribute, can be subjected to severe penalties under South Carolina laws if a conviction is secured. As the consequences are serious, those accused of drug-related activity would likely benefit from a carefully prepared criminal defense when facing charges in drug court.

South Carolina man facing child pornography charges

Crimes involving children are managed with the highest level of care in South Carolina. As they are treated with the utmost importance, those accused of these crimes may face an uphill battle in clearing their name. Recently, a 76-year-old man in Cheraw was arrested and is facing a significant amount of prison time, over a century to be precise, for supposedly emailing child pornography.

South Carolina man facing felony DUI charges after accident

A 24-year-old male from Atlantic Beach was recently arrested and is facing charges for a fatal accident that occurred earlier this month. Charges against him include a felony DUI resulting in death, which can result in pretty severe consequences under South Carolina laws if convicted. These consequences include prison time, fines, loss of license and mandatory rehabilitation. With so much on the line, a calculated criminal defense may prove beneficial in fighting for his best interests.

South Carolina police cracking down on impaired and drunk driving

Summer is in full swing, which typically means holidays and travel time. With more people out on the roads, the South Carolina Highway Patrol has launched a campaign targeting impaired and drunk driving. While these campaigns are always filled with good intent, they can also lead to officers looking for issues.

Rights of the accused stand in South Carolina criminal cases

No matter how big or small a crime may be considered, those accused of a crime have certain protections extended to them. The rights of the accused stand in order to assure that those facing allegations of criminal conduct may defend themselves and be presumed innocent until -- and only if -- proven guilty. For one young man in South Carolina, these rights will prove invaluable as he faces accusations of unlicensed tattoo work that supposedly injured two juveniles.

Alleged prostitute in South Carolina facing felony charges

Economically speaking, times are tough. Some areas of the country may be seeing financial recovery, but others are still struggling. Those that find themselves in dire financial straits may look for any available opportunities in order provide for themselves or their families. Sadly, for one individual in South Carolina, his need to provide for himself apparently resulted in felony charges being filed against him for allegedly engaging in prostitution.

Woman in South Carolina may face felony charges for child neglect

Sometimes it seems that parents just can't catch a break. They have hard choices to make and do what they feel they have to for the best interests of their family. For one South Carolina woman, needing to go to work to provide for her family resulted in her arrest and possible felony charges of child neglect.

South Carolina man facing felony DUI charge in fatal accident

The idea of hitting a pedestrian when behind the wheel is frightening. Drivers do their best to avoid pedestrians at all costs, but these accidents can happen in the blink of an eye. Sadly, an accident in South Carolina claimed the life of a woman, resulting in the driver being arrested on a felony DUI charge.

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