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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18, Dec 2014 - Charleston SC prison system to offer video visits
South Carolina's prison system will soon allow inmates to conduct video visits with family members, in hopes of cutting down on repeat offenders
18, Dec 2014 - South Carolina boy, 14, should not have been executed in 1944, judge says
More than 70 years after South Carolina sent a 14-year-old black boy to the electric chair in the killings of two white girls in a segregated mill town, a judge threw out the conviction, saying the state committed a great injustice.
18, Dec 2014 - South Carolina Boy, 14, Executed For 1944 Murder Is Exonerated
Judge calls trial, execution of black teen George Stinney, Jr. for beating deaths of two white girls a "truly unfortunate episode in our history"
18, Dec 2014 - Charleston South Carolina prisoners get video visits
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) – South Carolina’s prison system will soon allow inmates to conduct video visits with family members, in hopes of cuttin…
18, Dec 2014 - Lancaster 1st same-sex marriage licenses issued in South Carolina
A judge has issued the first same-sex marriage licenses in South Carolina, ahead of a planned move by the state's attorney general to block such unions. Early Wednesday, the office of Probate Judge Irvin Condon in Charleston said that he had issued six licenses to same-sex couples. York County announced it will start issuing marriage licenses at 8 a.m. Thursday. Lancaster County said it will ...
18, Dec 2014 - South Carolina Must Allow Gay Marriage: Court
A federal court has rejected South Carolina’s bid to temporarily delay gay marriages there, a move that could allow gay couples to wed on Thursday.
18, Dec 2014 - Charleston Bond denied for mom charged with fleeing overseas
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — A federal judge has denied bond for a woman arrested in Australia on charges of abducting her infant daughter from South Carolina 20 years ago.
18, Dec 2014 - Sumter Friendship 9 to return to court, 53 years later
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - Nearly 54 years after they went to jail for sitting at a whites-only lunch counter in Rock Hill, the Friendship Nine are returning to court to get their records cleared. Children's author Kimberly Johnson of York, South Carolina, is proud she helped make that ...
18, Dec 2014 - Mccormick S.C. prosecutors say state funding shortage puts criminal cases, public at risk
A shortage of prosecutors has left South Carolina struggling to keep up with thousands of cases awaiting trial, delaying justice for victims and increasing the risk suspects will commit additional crimes while free on bail, according to area solicitors.
17, Dec 2014 - Judge rejects plea deal by South Carolina sheriff in bribery case
By Harriet McLeod CHARLESTON, S.C. (Reuters) - A U.S. judge rejected a plea deal on Wednesday that would have allowed South Carolina's former longest-serving sheriff to serve three years of probation in exchange for admitting he was guilty of conspiring to harbor illegal immigrants. James Metts, 68, served as sheriff of Lexington County from 1972 until being suspended from office last summer ...
17, Dec 2014 - Columbia Same-sex marriage licenses doled out in South Carolina
Several counties in South Carolina on Thursday doled out marriage licenses to same-sex couples, hours after the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a last-minute effort to halt the nuptials in the state.
17, Dec 2014 - Judge considers deal for mother who drove kids into ocean
A Florida judge will consider a deal for a South Carolina mother who drove her kids into the ocean in her minivan during a hearing in Daytona Beach.