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What about Spousal Privilege and CDV?
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 other. This privilege only applies between married couples. Other types of ...

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Blog posts in September, 2010

  • 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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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