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Don't Ride Together to CDV Court
Don't Ride Together to CDV Court

Most people who are charged with a South Carolina CDV offense are told in bond court that they can have no contact with their alleged victim. A no contact bond restriction means absolutely no contact, whether by phone, e-mail, text message or in-person. For whatever reason a ...

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Blog Posts in 2012

  • What is the statute of limitations on CDV?

    One question that is frequently asked by those curious about domestic violence cases is what is the statute of limitations on a CDV charge. A statute ...

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  • New Warrant Requirement for CDV Cases

    In a recent decision, the South Carolina Court of Appeals has issued a ruling requiring that CDV 1st cases be prosecuted on the basis of an arrest ...

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  • When should I have a lawyer present with me?

    Because CDV is a serious criminal charge you should retain the services of a lawyer as quickly possible once you know that you are under investigation ...

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  • Woman confesses to making false CDV accusation on Dr. Phil

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  • Does the no-drop policy mean a lawyer can't help?

    A frequent question submitted by readers of this website is whether or not the CDV no-drop policy means that a defense attorney can't help with the ...

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  • South Carolina Court of Appeals Issues New CDVHAN Opinion

    On June 6, 2012, the South Carolina Court of Appeals issued an opinion from an appeal on a DVHAN Conviction in Lexington County. The case is State vs. ...

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  • False Testimony and CDV Prosecution in South Carolina

    Due to the way South Carolina CDV Law is written not every case involves actual physical evidence or other forms of proof. Many cases are brought on ...

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  • False allegations in divorce cases

    An unfortunate reality is that many times people try to make use of South Carolina CDV Law in order to gain an advantage in a divorce or custody case. ...

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  • How to avoid mandatory jail for South Carolina CDV Charges

    Several South Carolina CDV charges have mandatory jail or prison sentences. When mandatory sentencing applies the judge must sentence everyone who is ...

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