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What is a Household Member?
What is a Household Member?

Under South Carolina law in order for someone to be arrested or prosecuted for Criminal Domestic Violence (CDV) it is necessary that the alleged victim be a household member. As defined by South Carolina law a household member is a: Spouse Former spous Male and female who ...

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Blog posts in December, 2010

  • Spousal Sexual Battery

    I have included some information on the website applicable to the charge of Spousal Sexual Battery. This is a criminal offense for allegedly raping a ...

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  • Kidnapping and CDV

    I have added some additional information concerning South Carolina kidnapping law to the website. It is not uncommon for a kidnapping charge to be ...

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  • Do I Need to Hire a CDV Lawyer?

    If you have been arrested for domestic violence the first decision you have to make is whether or not you are hiring a lawyer. Many times people ...

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  • Competency to Stand Trial for CDV

    In order for a criminal defendant to stand trial they must be competent to do so. Competency to stand trial is a legal issue that takes into account a ...

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  • Appealing a CDV Conviction

    Under South Carolina law those convicted of CDV have a right to appeal their case. Appeals from CDV 1st convictions obtained in the Magistrate or ...

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