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  • Can You Go to Jail for Giving Someone HIV?
    Can You Go to Jail for Giving Someone HIV?

    Criminal Transmission of HIV According to the CDC, 37 states criminalize HIV exposure. South Carolina is one of those states . During the start of the HIV epidemic, which was mid-1981, many states ...

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  • Is It Illegal to Use Steroids?
    Is It Illegal to Use Steroids?

    Anabolic steroids are primarily used by bodybuilders, athletes, and fitness "buffs" who claim steroids give them a competitive advantage and/or improve their physical performance. Steroids are ...

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  • Snake Bite Deaths & Wrongful Death Lawsuit
    Snake Bite Deaths & Wrongful Death Lawsuit

    A Snakebite Resulted in a Wrongful Death Lawsuit: Here’s Why Believe it or not, people often do not die of snakebites. But that was not the case for 64-year-old Priscilla Meredith of Georgia. On May ...

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  • Peloton Recalls All Treadmills Following 1 Death, 70+ Injuries
    Peloton Recalls All Treadmills Following 1 Death, 70+ Injuries

    Peloton Tread & Tread+ Treadmill Recalls: Do You Have a Claim? The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recalled all Peloton Tread and Tread+ treadmills on May 5, 2021, after one child died and ...

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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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  • Do Pedestrians Always Have the Right of Way?
    Do Pedestrians Always Have the Right of Way?

    Understanding When Pedestrians Do NOT Have the Right of Way South Carolina is notorious for pedestrian deaths, as it continuously ranks among the highest in the nation for pedestrian fatalities. While ...

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