As summer approaches in South Carolina, people are washing the pollen off their boats and getting geared up for another summer of memories on the water with their friends and family. Some things you may be thinking about is getting out those fishing poles and tackle boxes for a fun day of fishing.
Are you or someone you love being charged with criminal conspiracy? Conspiracy often comes up in federal drug cases, but I have also seen state conspiracy criminal charges.
Burglary sounds like a straight-forward crime, but it’s not. Are you surprised to hear that breaking into an abandoned building is still burglary? Or that entering an unlocked warehouse so you can look around to see if there’s anything you want is burglary? A burglary charge also fits the typical scenario of breaking into someone’s house to steal something.
Most people think an assault means they suffered physical harm. But did you know that some degrees of assault do not actually require physical harm? A threat can be considered an assault if the threat was credible, the victim was reasonably in fear, and some other technical legal factors.
If you or someone you love is facing serious state court criminal charges in SC, you may have heard of the two strike/three strike law.
Summerville-based law firm owner Susan E. Williams, owner of Law Office of Susan E. Williams, was elected as the 2019-2020 president of the Dorchester County, SC Bar Association by the lawyer members present at the December 11, 2019 meeting.
There are so many different forms of oils that can go into vape pens that it can be confusing. What is legal in other states may not be legal in SC. What may be legal in other states may not be legal under federal law.
You were pulled over on your way home from dinner or a party and charged with DUI. You are probably rightfully confused and afraid. Will you be found guilty? Will you serve jail time?
Imagine you make a terrible mistake and decide to drive after you had too much to drink. One bad decision can ruin lives: your life and the life of the passengers in your vehicle and any other victims.
A child’s behavior can be indicative of who they will become as an adult, so it’s only natural to worry about your child’s development. Are they social enough? Are they paying attention in class? How do they interact with their peers? It’s difficult to tell how a person’s childhood and adolescence will affect their future.