Opinion concerning whether arrest warrants charging violations of charleston county sc sex offender registry in Mount Gambier order of protection issued pursuant to Sections 20—4—10 et seq. Opinion on applicability of SectionCode of Lawsas amendedto inmates presently surviving sentences in South Carolina.
Opinion questioning whether a magistrate may impose a fine or jail time and order a defendant to make restitution to the victim of a fraudulent check violation. Opinion regarding the interpretation of S. Department of Juvenile Placement And Aftercare.
Please visit the Contact Us page to stay in touch. Opinion requesting assistance in researching the legal ramifications of the new Concealed Weapons Permit as it relates to civilian use of force.
Opinion questioning whether charleston county sc sex offender registry in Mount Gambier individual employed by the Department of Juvenile Justice as the Deputy Director of Community Services may simultaneously serve as a part-time magistrate. Requested by the Honorable William W.
Opinion as to whether a conflict of interest would arise if a police chief or a police officer were to serve as clerk of court for a municipal court. Opinion asking whether the City of Pickens can contract its victim services with the Pickens County Behavioral Health Services for the provision of victim services is authorized.
Opinion on several questions related to a claim and delivery action for a stolen firearm SectionSouth Carolina Code of Laws. Berry, Jr. Requested by: The Honorable Edward H.
Opinion questioned whether a magistrate may refuse to issue a warrant in a situation where a victim has provided a sworn affidavit alleging that a crime has been committed. Is there an administrative search warrant and who issues the type warrant?
Please visit the Contact Us page to stay in touch. Opinion asking whether an agency must delete suspect information from an incident report prior to releasing it if the investigation is ongoing, a warrant has not yet been issued, or the suspect has not been convicted? Opinion questioning whether a felon or an individual with a CDV conviction may hunt with a muzzleloader in South Carolina.