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Robert Carter's father, Burke Carter, said he is encouraged by John's actions No judge has ever asked the attorney general to respond to anything we've done before, he said but remains cautious about his son's prospects for a new trial. Every motion
Wednesday, Jun. 20, 2012 Supreme Court won't interfere with 7th District Dem primary Text Size: tool goes here The S.C. Supreme Court has denied the State Election Commission's emergency petition to intervene in a lawsuit filed in Horry County
tool goes here An ongoing legal dispute over who owns the canals in North Myrtle Beach will head to the state Supreme Court next week, raising hope among property owners that the issue will be resolved so the canals along their homes can be dredged.
The small tract of isolated wetlands was the subject of a S.C. Supreme Court ruling last summer that said a development company needed a state permit to fill the soggy spot. The July 2011 decision created a buzz among land developers, because South
tool goes here Those who rejoiced in thinking the motorcycle helmet issue was over should steer clear of S.C...He has proposed a bill to require riders of all ages to wear helmets while in South Carolina, where S1046 was pre-filed for the upcoming
S.C. (AP) — The South Carolina Supreme Court has voted by a narrow margin to refuse to block the first-in-the-South presidential primary. Columbia lawyer Joel Collins confirmed Tuesday the court's 3-2 decision. <
Horry County notebook Few qualifications needed to become area politician Horry County notebook Few qualifications needed to become area politician Do you have an affinity for politics?...Supreme Court reverses decision in Atlantic Beach Town Council
tool goes here Former security guard Jason Dickey, who has served five years of a 16-year prison sentence for shooting and killing a man on a Columbia sidewalk, will leave prison today 11 years ahead of schedule. He is to be released, said S.C.
I've been told the federal court is not as back logged as state court and if we were to guess, the case may be tried before June 30, 2012, Bourcier said. John Abercrombie, general manager of plaintiff Sandlands C&D Landfill in Marion County, said
After medical problems and a lost job, Edwin Garcia has struggled to stay current on his mortgage in recent years. Behind $2,500 on his payments, the 57-year-old from Irmo, S.C., received a letter from Wells Fargo inviting him to a "Homeownership