Blog Posts in 2017

Operation Homefront Defense

Spartanburg County is participating in a pilot program with the U.S. Attorney's Office in which some domestic violence cases are being prosecuted in Federal Court. Not all cases qualify, and ones ...
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How Your Record Looks After an Arrest

There are a lot of bad things about being arrested for domestic violence. No-contact orders can tear apart your family; legal and bail bond fees can bankrupt you; the stress of worrying about getting ...
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Dealing With a Flip-Flopping Accuser

A significant number of our domestic violence cases involve allegations made by accusers who almost instantaneously feel bad and regretful for their role in getting our client arrested. These are ...
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It just got worse for those accused of DV

There has been a significant development in South Carolina domestic violence law, and one that is not good for the accused. On March 9, 2017, the South Carolina Attorney General’s Office issued ...
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Were you overcharged with DV 2nd?

With the South Carolina Domestic Violence Reform Act of 2015 the legislature created a new tiered system of domestic violence charges. Gone are the simple days of CDV 1 st, and in its place are three ...
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Charged with domestic violence over the holidays?

No one is surprised that the holiday season results in an uptick in DUI charges. But did you know that this is also the time of year where many people are arrested for domestic violence? A domestic ...
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