Blog Posts in September, 2010

What about Spousal Privilege and CDV?

South Carolina has a limited spousal privilege statute codified in S.C. Code § 19-11-30. This law provides for grounds where married couples cannot be compelled or required to testify against the ...
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What is a "no drop" policy?

What exactly does the "no drop" policy with regard to CDV arrests mean? In South Carolina when the police make a CDV arrest (frequently based on a "zero tolerance") basis, the case is not subject to ...
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What if you are innocent and arrested for CDV?

It is a fact that innocent people are arrested and charged with CDV. There are many reasons for this. Sometimes a wrongful arrest is based on false allegations made by an angry partner. Othertimes it ...
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What exactly is Transfer Court?

Criminal cases are heard in two types of Courts. Summary Courts (Magistrate or Municipal) and General Sessions. Criminal domestic violence 1st offense cases are brought in Summary Court in most all ...
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