Articles on South Carolina Law

Motion to Modify Bond Condition in SC: No Contact With Victim

Motion to Modify Bond Condition in SC: No Contact With Victim

If you are facing Domestic Violence criminal charges in SC, at your bond hearing, the judge may have ordered as a condition of your bond that you have no contact with the victim in the Domestic Violence case. Since your arrest, things may have changed dramatically and you and your wife, girlfriend or partner are ready to resume living together again.

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Burglary in SC: Charges & Penalties

Burglary in SC: Charges & Penalties

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.

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Susan E. Williams Now President of the 2019-2020 Dorchester County Bar Association

Susan E. Williams Now President of the 2019-2020 Dorchester County Bar Association

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. 

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