Q: What can I do about a solicitor trying to force me to testify against my husband in an effort to secure a conviction?
He literally says this in a court motion. He has withheld evidence for nearly a year and is continuing to pursue charged that stem from illegally obtained evidence and an invalid search warrant. I have tried contacting the ODC but they say they can't do anything because charges are still pending and that they can't do anything about someone thinking a verdict is unfair. I don't think it's unfair, I know it's illegal. Am I supposed to sit back and allow him to railroad my husband and then they can do something? I refuse to do that. They want to keep my guns is what this is all about. This is in Anderson, SC by the way. The Anderson County Sheriff's office came to my house with plain clothes, unmarked trucks, AR-15'S, No body cams, unplugged my cameras, refused to let us call our attorney or to answer the phone when our attorney called, and took 43 weapons from LOCKED gun safes that weren't on their warrant and left no inventory. How can they do this and get away with it?
In SC, a husband or wife cannot be compelled or forced to testify against their spouse about communication between them during their marriage.
SC Code: 19-11-30
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