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SC Courts Continue to Struggle with Backlog
SC Courts Continue to Struggle with Backlog

Like most court systems post-pandemic, South Carolina courts are struggling with a backlog. However, their troubles began long before COVID-19. One family has waited for almost 10 years to get closure on their son’s case, and it does not look like they will be getting it any ...

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Blog posts in Criminal Law & Policy

  • What Crimes Are Eligible for the Death Penalty in SC?

    South Carolina has recently reinstated the firing squad for those who commit crimes worthy of death row. So, what crimes count toward the death ...

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  • South Carolina Senate Debates Medical Marijuana Bill

    At the end of January 2022, the South Carolina Senate started to debate the “South Carolina Compassionate Care Act” (S. 150 and H. 3361), which has ...

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  • Several Police Officers in SC Cheated on Mandated Training

    The head of South Carolina’s police training academy said officers in approximately 20 agencies throughout the state cheated on mandatory training by ...

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  • SC Open Carry Law Takes Effect on August 15

    Next weekend, specifically on August 15, 2021, a new gun law goes into effect in South Carolina, allowing anyone with a concealed weapon permit (CWP) ...

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  • When Can a Minor Be Tried as an Adult in South Carolina?

    Minors who are arrested generally go through the juvenile justice system, which is considered family court. But when teenagers are accused of serious ...

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  • Does South Carolina Have a Hate Crime Law?

    A hate crime is defined as an offense motivated by prejudice based on a person’s race, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, religion, or ...

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  • Good Samaritan Fatal Overdose Prevention Law

    A young woman, let’s call her Kelly ( made up name, this example is all fictional ), is at home with a friend. They have had a couple of beers and ...

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  • Can Nathaniel Rowland be prosecuted for the death penalty?

    On March 30, 2019, it was announced that missing University of South Carolina student Samantha Josephson had been murdered and suspect, Nathaniel ...

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  • Charged with missing jury duty?

    We’ve been getting contacted by individuals concerned that they are being criminally charged or held in contempt for missing jury duty. These ...

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