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  • What Are South Carolina Drug Trafficking Laws?
    What Are South Carolina Drug Trafficking Laws?

    For many people, there is confusion surrounding the different charges related to drug possession. Upon hearing the term “drug trafficking,” some may presume this means someone was charged for ...

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  • Can I Be Fired for Filing Workers’ Comp in South Carolina?
    Can I Be Fired for Filing Workers’ Comp in South Carolina?

    Sustaining an injury is always stressful but can be even more wearisome when that injury is sustained on the job. After sustaining an injury on the job, you may not feel your best and, as a result, ...

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  • How Paternity Can Affect Parents in a Same-Sex Marriage?
    How Paternity Can Affect Parents in a Same-Sex Marriage?

    When laws suddenly change, it takes a while for society to catch up. Sometimes, people are ignorant of how to operate under the new dynamic, or they are just too stubborn to adapt. Often, ...

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  • How Could I Be Injured in an Office Environment?
    How Could I Be Injured in an Office Environment?

    When we think of workers’ compensation, we often imagine high-risk jobs. For sure, construction workers can be hurt at any time on any day with even the smallest of accidents. However, we often forget ...

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  • The Coronavirus Pandemic and Work: What Are My Rights?
    The Coronavirus Pandemic and Work: What Are My Rights?

    Since the COVID-19 pandemic became more serious in March of 2020, the subject of working outside of the home and what obligations companies have to their employees has been discussed at length. Many ...

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  • What Rules Do I Have to Follow on Parole?
    What Rules Do I Have to Follow on Parole?

    People who have been convicted of certain crimes with long sentences may become eligible for parole at some point while serving their sentence. This can depend on many factors, such as continued good ...

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