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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05, Mar 2015 - Whitfield Man to claim self-defense for shooting DEA agent in predawn drug raid
A criminal trial expected to be closely watched by law enforcement and gun owners around South Carolina opens Monday in federal court in Columbia. Click to Continue »
05, Mar 2015 - Henry Prisoner Got 37 Years in Solitary for Facebook Posts
In South Carolina's prisons, an inmate who secretly writes Facebook posts about missing his family can be punished the same way as one who rapes a cellmate. Hundreds of inmates are being handed down indefensibly harsh punishments for using social media , including one man, Tyheem Henry, who was sentenced to over 37 years in solitary confinement for writing 38 Facebook posts. Read more...
04, Mar 2015 - Suspended SC State president files suit against university
The suspended president of financially troubled South Carolina State University is suing the school for breaking his contract and asking the court to delay his expected firing.
04, Mar 2015 - Beaufort Mutual Combat statute sends man to prison for 30 years
An statute in South Carolina called mutual combat got a man convicted of murdering 8-year-old Khalil Singleton, even though he didn't pull the trigger.
04, Mar 2015 - Judge orders SC State trustees to not fire Elzey
A judge has ordered South Carolina State University trustees not to fire suspended President Thomas Elzey because lawmakers will likely fire them all soon anyway.
04, Mar 2015 - Judge to decide fate for death row inmate Stephen Stanko
A judge has ten days to decide if a man on death row for killing two people in South Carolina will get a new trial.
04, Mar 2015 - Dorchester After almost 5 years, is US Attorney Nettles in pipeline to retire?
Will U.S. Attorney for South Carolina Bill Nettles step down later this year as the state’s top federal prosecutor? Click to Continue »
03, Mar 2015 - SC Supreme Court files for oral arguments regarding Project Jackson
The South Carolina Supreme Court is requesting oral arguments to be heard about Project Jackson before it is built.
03, Mar 2015 - South Carolina court orders Johnson & Johnson to pay $136 million in Risperdal case
(Reuters) - South Carolina's Supreme Court ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay a penalty of $136 million, upholding a jury's finding that the drugmaker's Janssen unit had improperly marketed its anti-psychotic drug Risperdal and concealed its risks. A trial court had earlier ordered J&J to pay $327 million, but the Supreme Court more than halved that penalty, citing a provision in South Carolina ...
03, Mar 2015 - Charleston Judge prepares to sentence ex-SCSU officials
Several former South Carolina State University officials and their co-defendants will be sentenced next month in connection with various schemes.
03, Mar 2015 - M. Tennis. Jose Salibi Neto credits South Carolina for opportunities to succeed
José Salibi Neto is a former standout for South Carolina's tennis program, but his achievements on the court pale to the success he has found after his playing days ended.
03, Mar 2015 - Spartanburg Landmark S.C. Supreme Court case affects Aiken murder pleas
During jury selection last month for the murder trial of Aiken Public Safety Officer Scotty Richardson, prosecutors say, it became clear what strategy defense attorneys planned to avoid the death penalty for Stephon Carter. David Miller, the deputy solicitor for South Carolina’s 2nd Judicial Circuit, said the defense asked all 153 potential jurors about their understanding of malice ...