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What happens in Bond Court in Lexington, South Carolina?
What happens in Bond Court in Lexington, South Carolina?

When someone is arrested and taken to jail in Lexington County they are taken to the Detention Center. This is located in the same property as the Sheriff's Department at 521 Gibson Road, Lexington, South Carolina 29072. The first event in their case will be their appearance ...

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Blog posts in July, 2011

  • Special concerns for minors investigated for sexual offenses.

    Minors can be investigated, arrested and convicted for sexually oriented offenses just like an adult can. Depending on the age of the child and the ...

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  • Reducing Bond in South Carolina

    If you have a loved one charged with a serious offense in South Carolina the Bond Court may set an unreasonably high bond. In Bond Court the judge ...

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  • Norwegian Mass Murderer Faces 21 Year Sentencing Cap

    According to international news reports Anders Behring Breivik, the 32 year old suspect in the Norway mass murder killings, is only facing a maximum ...

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  • Who is Eligable for Federal Pretrial Diversion (PTD)?

    There is a potential option to a guilty plea or trial for those charged with a Federal Offense in South Carolina. The United State Probation Service ...

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  • Can you drive after a DUI arrest?

    A common question I am asked is if someone is allowed after being arrested for DUI. In South Carolina there is no automatic suspension of your ...

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  • How to Appeal a DUI Case

    If you have been convicted of DUI in South Carolina you are no doubt concerned about the serious penalties. From the fine, SR-22 insurance, license ...

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  • Too Fast for Conditions - South Carolina's "Catch All" Traffic Ticket

    Highway Patrol and other police officers in South Carolina routinely charge people with driving too fast for conditions after an accident. This charge ...

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  • How much marijuana is required for criminal possession?

    In South Carolina all marijuana possession charges are criminal in nature. The most common offense is called Simple Possession of Marijuana and may be ...

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  • Finding the Right Personal Injury Attorney for Your Case

    Hiring an injury trial attorney for your situation can mean the difference between winning or losing your claim. You want an attorney who has the ...

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