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Blog Posts in January, 2014

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  • South Carolina is Involved in Legal Dispute With IT Company over Fix for Failed Child Support System
    South Carolina is Involved in Legal Dispute With IT Company over Fix for Failed Child Support System

    If you have experienced issues with child support payments in South Carolina, chances are you are not alone. A recent report in the technology publication Channelnomics detailed how Hewlett-Packard ...

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  • How Intervention Programs Can Help USC Students who Risk Career Threatening Criminal Records
    How Intervention Programs Can Help USC Students who Risk Career Threatening Criminal Records

    As Columbia criminal defense attorneys we have an impressive track record in helping University of South Carolina students after they have been arrested for crimes such as underage drinking, using ...

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  • Freezing Conditions Call for Cold Weather Precautions on South Carolina Roads
    Freezing Conditions Call for Cold Weather Precautions on South Carolina Roads

    January brought freezing temperatures to South Carolina as well as the rest of the country. Not since 1924 – 89 years ago – had the Columbia area experienced temperatures as low as those recorded on ...

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  • Group Steps up Its Efforts to Reform Alimony in South Carolina with Columbia Conference
    Group Steps up Its Efforts to Reform Alimony in South Carolina with Columbia Conference

    Alimony is a controversial issue in South Carolina – so much so that a nonprofit was recently formed to battle for the reform of what it terms the state's "archaic alimony laws." South Carolina ...

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  • Use of Death Penalty is on the Decline Across the United States
    Use of Death Penalty is on the Decline Across the United States

    The death penalty is the ultimate punishment for a crime but it has been used sparingly in South Carolina in recent years. South Carolina is not alone in using the death penalty less for aggravated ...

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