A former Secret Service agent who once guarded U.S. presidents and ran for Sheriff of Oconee County has been found guilty of plotting to kidnap a retired South Carolina judge Read The Rest Of The Article
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09, Dec 2013 - Ex-SC jail guard to plead guilty to federal charge
A former South Carolina guard has agreed to plead guilty to federal charges in a case connected to the jailhouse beating of a handcuffed homeless man.
09, Dec 2013 - Lexington Fairfield County voters sue 3 county council members
Three Fairfield County council members are facing a legal challenge from 16 tax payers after receiving tax dollars the South Carolina Attorney General's Office said are unconstitutional. The 16 county tax payers filed the lawsuit last month against council members David Ferguson, Mary Lynn Kinley and Mikel Trapp.
09, Dec 2013 - Report gives SC an ‚ÄėF‚Äô for disclosure of judges' finances
South Carolina received an ‚ÄúF‚ÄĚ ‚Äď along with 42 other states ‚Äď for its rules governing the personal financial information that state Supreme Court justices are required to disclose publicly in a new report.
09, Dec 2013 - Ex-S.C. State board chair Pinson wants racketeering charge, wiretap evidence thrown out
Former South Carolina State University board Chairman Jonathan Pinson has asked a judge to dismiss a federal racketeering charge against him and throw out evidence investigators obtained in the corruption case through wiretaps on his cellphone.
09, Dec 2013 - State Supreme Court says judges can mull appeal, then new trial
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- A South Carolina judge who considers an inmate‚Äôs post-conviction relief appeal can then preside over that person‚Äôs new trial, the state‚Äôs highest court ruled Wednesday.
09, Dec 2013 - National report highlights strengths and weaknesses of state justices‚Äô financial disclosures
South Carolina was among the majority of states in the country failing in a national investigative report that graded the financial disclosures of state supreme court justices.
09, Dec 2013 - Report: S.C. gets 'F' for disclosure
South Carolina received an 'F' ‚ÄĒ along with 42 other states ‚ÄĒ for its rules governing the personal financial information that state Supreme Court justices are required to disclose publicly in a new report.
09, Dec 2013 - Berkeley South Carolina fugitive captured in Pittsburgh
Published: Friday, Dec. 6, 2013, 9:36 a.m. Updated 12 minutes ago MONCKS CORNER, S.C. ‚ÄĒ Berkeley County sheriff's deputies say a woman accidentally released from the jail in Moncks Corner has been arrested in Pennsylvania.
09, Dec 2013 - Darlington Report: Reduced prison population saved SC $5.2 million
South Carolina‚Äôs prison population fell 2.8 percent in 2013 from the previous year, savin
09, Dec 2013 - York Philips back in court after former mayor murder ruling
Julia Phillips, the South Carolina woman convicted in the murder Melvin Roberts - the former Mayor of York, was back in the court for a probation violation hearing.
09, Dec 2013 - Fmr. SC State Trustee Pleads Not Guilty
¬†Former South Carolina State Trustee Jonathan Pinson is out on bond after being in federal court Tuesday morning.
09, Dec 2013 - Cruise terminal opponents want SC permit tossed
Now that a judge has tossed out a federal permit for South Carolina's proposed $35 million passenger cruise terminal, opponents of the project say a state permit should be invalidated as well. In September, ...