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Simple Possession vs. Possession with Intent in South Carolina
Simple Possession vs. Possession with Intent in South Carolina

There are two types of drug possession charges in South Carolina: simple possession and possession with intent to distribute (PWID). While both charges involve carrying, holding, or knowing the location of a controlled substance, a person is often charged with possession ...

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