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1 Answer | Asked in Communications Law, Internet Law and Traffic Tickets for South Carolina on
Q: Can you get a ticket for not stopping at a stop sign in a private community in South Carolina
Ryan D Templeton
Ryan D Templeton answered on Oct 24, 2019

The short answer is yes. If the sign complies with the required statutes it is unlawful to not stop.

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Q: Magistrates Court-is material posted on Microsoft's own webpages Microsoft Community hearsay

web address: support.microsoft.com/en-us/products/windows, displays Microsoft Community ; do rules allow this to be admitted in Magistrates Court or will it still be considered "hearsay"

Glenn B. Manishin
Glenn B. Manishin answered on Jan 27, 2017

Any out-of-court statement or writing is hearsay if offered as evidence to prove the truth of the statements unless offered against the author. And there are lots of exceptions. If you intend to show that these MSFT "help" pages exist — if the point is that MSFT publishes Windows 10... Read more »

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Q: Can you use the word News in the category of a blog?
Timothy James Walton
Timothy James Walton answered on Jan 7, 2011

That really depends on the terms of the contract with the blogging service.

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