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South Carolina Traffic Violations
Traffic violations are criminal acts that violate the rules of driving. Most violations are considered minor infractions. They usually won't have serious consequences. However, some violations, such as driving while under the influence, can be considered major criminal offenses. Also, minor violations ... Read more

SC Small Claims Trials
In South Carolina, a small claims court may schedule a pretrial hearing, which is also referred to as a pretrial conference, before your trial. You'll need to go to trial only if an agreement doesn't occur during the pretrial hearing. A trial date is scheduled by the court if the dispute can't be settled ... Read more

SC What Is Small Claims Court?
In South Carolina, a small claims lawsuit is filed in the magistrate court. It provides a quick, informal and inexpensive way of resolving many types of disputes. Small claims cases are filed with the clerk of court in the appropriate county. The person or business that files a claim to sue another is ... Read more

South Carolina Personal Injury Law: The Facts
Whether an incident involves an animal bite or a complication from a surgical procedure, individuals who believe they have suffered as a result of someone else's negligence might have grounds for a lawsuit. South Carolina laws governing personal injury litigation have unique requirements, although many ... Read more

Criminal Law Processing in South Carolina
The details in state criminal statues vary, but the general outline of the criminal process is similar across the country. Here are some things to know if you are accused of a crime in South Carolina. Arrest Procedures Before arresting you, officers need probable cause. This means they have a good reason ... Read more

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