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  • How An Arrest Can Affect Your Time in College
    How An Arrest Can Affect Your Time in College

    Attending college can sometimes feel odd for students. Most of them are legal adults, yet many schools still try to restrict their behavior. Students can be punished for breaking rules as if they were ...

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  • I’ve Been Accused of Embezzlement. What Now?
    I’ve Been Accused of Embezzlement. What Now?

    Embezzlement is a crime that involves both theft and fraud. Someone who embezzles does not simply steal money from someone else. When Person A trusts Person B to handle their finances, and Person B ...

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  • What Is the Difference Between Voluntary and Involuntary Manslaughter?
    What Is the Difference Between Voluntary and Involuntary Manslaughter?

    The concept of manslaughter is often misunderstood. People have simplified definitions like “killing someone on accident.” While that is certainly an element of the crime, it doesn’t tell the full ...

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  • How Can a Pre-Trial Intervention Help You?
    How Can a Pre-Trial Intervention Help You?

    Criminal justice isn’t always as simple as someone going to trial and being found guilty or not guilty. There are many other avenues that prosecutors and the accused can use to reach justice. One such ...

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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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  • 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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