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South Carolina law in a language you can understand.
What is the “legal limit,” or the blood alcohol content limit, in South Carolina? Technically, there is no such thing as a “legal limit” under SC’s DUI laws, although you can be charged with DUAC (driving with an unlawful alcohol concentration) if your blood alcohol...
If you are charged with simple possession of a controlled substance in SC, you may have pretrial diversion options that let you avoid a trial or conviction – a conditional discharge is one of these options. Below, we will discuss the basics of conditional discharges...
Do you know what conduct is prohibited under SC’s forgery laws? What is a forgery, exactly? If you sign someone’s name to a document without their permission, that is forgery. Most people know that, but many people don’t know that SC’s forgery laws cover much more...