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Immunity Motions in a DV Case
Immunity Motions in a DV Case

A defendant in a South Carolina domestic violence case has a right to claim self-defense. Not only can they claim self-defense at trial, they also have a right to file what is called an immunity motion under the "Protection of Persons and Property Act", S.C. Code § ...

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  • Immunity Motions in a DV Case

    A defendant in a South Carolina domestic violence case has a right to claim self-defense. Not only can they claim self-defense at trial, they also ...

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    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 ...

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