The penalty for voluntary manslaughter (16-3-50) in South Carolina is 2-30 years. The presumption under SC law is that a sentence may be suspended unless expressly states otherwise(16-1-30(B)). In the case of Voluntary Manslaughter it is within the sentencing judges discretion to suspend even the...Read more »
In order to become emancipated you must petition the family court. This can be a lengthy process if you do not have parental consent. One of the most important things that you will have to show the court is that you are able to provide for yourself and that you are mature enough live, work, and...Read more »
Husband is accusing wife of taking check addressed to him out of the mailbox at their marital home and depositing it on her personal bank account with his endorsement on the back.he is pressing Petit larceny charges
My grandfather passed away last July. His daughter came in after he passed away. After I aged out of foster care. My grandparents took me in to finish high school. I tooK care of him and my grandmother before passing in 2014 since 2011. As still took care of him until his passing. I joined the... Read more »
Unfortunately unless there is a will stating that you may stay in the house the personal representative of the estate has the authority to force you to move out of the home and distribute it according to the will or statute if there is no will.
The personal representative of your fathers estate is the person has the authority to sell the house if it is still in probate. If it has been transferred to the children already it depends on what the deed says.
The person on probation has an enhanced misdemeanor for driving under suspension. I am a firearms dealer, all firearms are kept in a room with two locks. South Carolina Code Section 16-23-500 makes it a crime to possess any firearm, including handguns, if you have a conviction for any crime that... Read more »
When a person is placed on probation one of the standard terms is that they can not around a weapon. Although it may not be unlawfully for the person on probation to own a weapon once they are off of probation it could be a violation of probation which could result in revocation of probation.
She was starting a relationship outside the marriage and after an arguement she left and has been staying at her Dad's house. We tried to work things out between us and it didnt work. Now she tells me she wants nothing do do with me and that she wants to get her kids when she wants and that I have... Read more »
I would recommend contacting a local attorney so that you can get a family court order in place laying out the rights between you. The sooner that you do this they smoother the process will go because until there is a family court order in place she still can come to the house and has full rights...Read more »
If there is an order in place to live separate and apart you certainly have the right to go back to the family court on a rule to show cause. if you do not have an order in place that is going to be the best process for keeping him out of the apartment. Contact a local family court attorney where...Read more »
Since then my health has lead me to file for disability. I can't work and can't pay my bills. I have to sell. I have to pay back money I've borrowed from family to pay my bills. I hope I have enough to live on until I get my disability.
If they have filed the judgment they will get the amount owed to them at the time of the sale if there is any equity in the home before you get any money out of the home. The Judgment acts like a lien against the property.
It is important that you let your employer know that you were injured as soon as it happened. This is certainly a case for workers compensation and you will want to contact an attorney that does that work in your area.
Bonded out peobation violation went to hearing judge gave me 90 days to pay off. I go see probation for scheduled meeting amd get violated and arreated for illegal dumping and probation violation.. Now i bond out ..do i ha e to still report between bond and hearing?
Could not afford an attorney. I told the truth and yet was verbally degraded by the judge while she, my ex husband and his attorney made statements that were false (with no proof) about me then punishing me for acts that I had not done. The judge was extremely unprofessional.
If you are convicted you will be assessed a fine and points on your record. You may want to consider a diversionary program such as the traffic education program which is offered by most solicitor offices.
Thank you answering my previous question about my brother and his victim's family. His victims family members wrote the clerk of Court and the solicitors office stating that they request a time modifications and/or any relief the court may grant. The clerk of court/solicitors office sent a copy of... Read more »
This is an information sheet provided on SCPPP’s website regarding the criteria that is considered in the granting or denial of a pardon or parole. I don’t know of anyone that does this work on a pro bono basis but you can certainly reach out to the S.C. bar or S.C. legal services to see if...Read more »
Absolutely. You will need to contact your local law enforcement agency and file a report so that they can start an investigation. You can also file a civil matter in Magistrates court to get your dog back from the person.
If a Guardian Ad Litem does not provide the documents requested from one party that the other party gave to her? What violation does that fall under? Especially if the other party requesting gave all their documents that the other party did in fact receive. Does the Guardian Ad Litem have to... Read more »
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