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Military and Domestic Violence

Full time members of the Army, along with reservists and National Guardsman, can lose everything after being charged with domestic violence. Not only are there civilian penalties (fine, jail, criminal record); there are substantial military penalties as well, and these start ...

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Blog posts in South Carolina CDV Law

  • If You are Planning on Pleading Guilty, Do You Still Need a Lawyer?

    A lot of people feel like they need to just plead guilty. They may think that hiring a lawyer is too expensive, or that nothing can be done to help ...

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  • 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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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  • Does anyone care about a criminal record?

    It really is unfair, but there is a major distinction made between people who have a clean record and one that contains even a minor blemish. There is ...

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  • How serious is a General Sessions level domestic violence case?

    General Sessions is the name for the criminal court in South Carolina of unlimited jurisdiction. That means that it is the court designed to prosecute ...

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  • Challenging an Enhanced CDV

    A common issue in defending CDV charges is assisting clients who have been charged with either a 2nd or 3rd offense Criminal Domestic Violence charge. ...

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  • Five Popular Myths About CDV Cases

    1. If your partner simply asks to have the charge dismissed it will go away. There is a "no drop" policy in place that applies to domestic violence ...

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  • What happens if you want to move while your CDV case is pending?

    If you move or change your contact information while your CDV case is pending it is important that you notify your attorney’s office. You should also ...

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