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  • Giving False Information to a Police Officer
    Giving False Information to a Police Officer

    Is Lying to the Police Illegal? People often believe that lying to the police is illegal, but that is simply not the case in all circumstances. Lying to the police can be illegal in certain instances, ...

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  • Effects of Divorce on Health Insurance
    Effects of Divorce on Health Insurance

    Who Pays for Health Insurance After Divorce? A divorce can take a lot away from you, including your health insurance . With emotions and tensions running high, spouses often fail to discuss their ...

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  • SC Lawmakers Propose Hate Crime Bill
    SC Lawmakers Propose Hate Crime Bill

    How Could South Carolina’s Hate Crime Bill Affect You? Ever since the 2015 Charleston church shooting in which 9 black church members were murdered in a racist attack, SC lawmakers pushed for a state ...

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  • Disagreements Between Co-Parents on COVID-19 Vaccine
    Disagreements Between Co-Parents on COVID-19 Vaccine

    What If You and Your Ex Don’t Agree on the COVID-19 Vaccination? Currently, 2.4 million COVID-19 vaccinations are getting administered in the US each day, and so far, 110,737,856 total doses have been ...

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  • What Could Happen If You Text and Drive?
    What Could Happen If You Text and Drive?

    Texting and Driving Laws & Statistics Although South Carolina was one of the last states to ban texting and driving, that doesn’t mean police officers don’t strictly enforce the state’s texting and ...

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  • What If a Protection Order Is Filed Against You?
    What If a Protection Order Is Filed Against You?

    Effects of Protection Orders in South Carolina Victims of domestic violence can file an Order of Protection to help protect them from further harm. Also called a “restraining order” by many people, an ...

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