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How to Prepare for Your DUI Defense in Columbia, SC

Date: October 21, 2021
Category: DUI Defense

There are strong consequences for DUI charges in Columbia, SC, such as fines, jail time, loss of driver’s license, and limited job opportunities. If it isn’t your first offense, those consequences could be even more severe.  In order to defend yourself well and minimize your...

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What to Do After a Car Accident in Columbia, SC

Date: September 22, 2021

Car accidents happen every day, and they all result in varying degrees of damage or injury. While some accidents bring only minor injuries, others can completely alter the lives of those involved.  If you’ve been injured in a car accident in Columbia, South Carolina, and...

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Consequences of a DUI in Columbia, SC and How to Avoid Them

Date: September 21, 2021
Category: DUI Defense

If you’re recovering from an injury, trying to afford medical bills, or dealing with the stress of your situation, pursuing a personal injury case in Columbia, SC may seem like an impossible task.

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Why You Should Work with a Columbia Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

Date: August 11, 2021

A Columbia, SC workers’ compensation lawyer can make sure you and/or your dependents receive what you're entitled to if you get sick or injured on the job.

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5 Things to Know Before You File a Personal Injury Case in Columbia SC

Date: August 11, 2021

If you’re recovering from an injury, trying to afford medical bills, or dealing with the stress of your situation, pursuing a personal injury case in Columbia, SC may seem like an impossible task.

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Warrantless Searches Based on Outstanding Warrants Permitted

Date: September 14, 2016

In a recent 5-3 decision, Utah v. Strieff, the United States Supreme Court ruled that police can seize evidence from an unconstitutional search so long as the person has an outstanding arrest warrant. The High Court ruled that even if police violate the Constitution by stopping...

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States Cannot Criminalize a Defendants’ Refusal of Blood Test in DUI Arrests

Date: September 14, 2016

In a recent decision, the United States Supreme Court held that states cannot criminalize the refusal to take a blood test without a warrant, but also ruled that it was acceptable for states to punish the refusal to take a breath test. The Court went...

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Juveniles Convicted and Sentenced to Life Imprisonment

Date: February 2, 2016

Montgomery v. Louisiana For the second time in 4 years, the United States Supreme Court handed down a major ruling in an Eighth Amendment juvenile sentencing case with its decision in Montgomery v. Louisiana (2016). Miller v. Alabama In 2012, the Court ruled in Miller v....

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