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1 Answer | Asked in Traffic Tickets for South Carolina on
Q: I was stopped the other day by two local officers while leaving the pharmacy. Officer stated I was speeding and ran.

When I approached my vehicle after leaving the pharmacy, 2 officers pulled up to my car with sirens on. The officer got out and approached me saying that i had been speeding and ran from him. He issued me 4 tickets totaling $1575 and towed my vehicle. I printed off my time sheet that shows I clock... Read more »

John W. Molony
John W. Molony answered on Mar 11, 2019

Contact a South Carolina criminal defense lawyer as soon as you possibly can, so that they can thoroughly review this matter for you.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes and Juvenile Law for South Carolina on
Q: My fifteen year old is being charged with conspiracy because he knew but didn’t tell what do I do?

Has been suspended for 10 days possible expulsion because they said he wrote the note for a bomb threat but then they found out who really done it he told his side and they are charging him with the other two all Bc he knew and didn’t tell

John W. Molony
John W. Molony answered on Jan 21, 2019

Retain counsel as soon as possible. Contact a South Carolina criminal defense lawyer immediately to discuss this matter further.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Litigation and Communications Law for South Carolina on
Q: I'm being harassed by phone from a south carolina resident and I live in P.a..what are my options for filing suit?
John W. Molony
John W. Molony answered on Dec 18, 2018

As a South Carolina attorney I cannot speak to the law in Pennsylvania. In South Carolina in situations where one feels threatened or in need of protection, one can seek either a Family Court Order Of Protection or a Restraining Order from a Magistrates’ Court. One would seek an Order of... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Divorce for South Carolina on
Q: Married less than two years, husband wants out of it, what grounds does he have?

Small amount of property, house is in his name, cars are too. I do not want a divorce, how do I protect myself

John W. Molony
John W. Molony answered on Dec 7, 2018

In South Carolina, there are five grounds for divorce. Four of these are fault based grounds: 1) Deserstion for more than one year; 2) Adultery; 3) Physical Cruelty; 4) Habitual Drunkenness. A fault based divorce will require one spouse to allege & prove the relevant marital fault of the other... Read more »

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for South Carolina on
Q: My son was accussed of armed robbery with a concealed weapons he had no weapon and for trespassing

They were going by what someone had told them And the person is a known drug user this is his first charge

John W. Molony
John W. Molony answered on Dec 17, 2018

South Carolina code section 16-11-330 makes it a felony punishable by at least 10 years in prison to commit “robbery while armed with a pistol, dirk, slingshot, metal knuckles, razor, or other deadly weapon” in this state. Depending on the specific circumstances, this is potentially a serious... Read more »

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