Blog Posts in September, 2011

SC Supreme Court Says No Pre-Trial Dismissals of CDV Charges

Nearly everyone who contacts me about a recent CDV arrest wants the same thing - to have their case either dropped by the prosecutor or dismissed by the Court. Previously I have reviewed the "no ...
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If I was falsely arrested can I sue the police?

One of the most frustrating aspects of being falsely arrested for domestic violence is realizing the financial impact that it can have on your life. No matter what the outcome of your case you are ...
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What happens after you are arrested for CDV?

When the police decide to arrest someone for a South Carolina CDV charge the next several steps in their case are predictable: First the defendant will be handcuffed by the police and put in the back ...
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Paternity and a South Carolina CDV Case

Under South Carolina law in order to be convicted of CDV the defendant and alleged victim must have a significant connection that the law calls household member status. In cases where the alleged ...
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Fighting a South Carolina CDV Case

When someone is arrested for CDV it can be a confusing and difficult experience. The charge frequently can come as a shock as the person arrested by the police may have never been through the criminal ...
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