DUI in SC depends on a number of factors and this part of the law is very nuanced. There is also a deadline to file certain documents such as the request for an administrative hearing. When dealing with substances, there are "therapeutic levels" for certain substances. This may require an...Read more »
If my boyfriend and I live in the home and he comes and goes freely tho he lives in a dwelling on the property ..... Can the owner of the home rightfully push the charges of burglary? Even though he comes and goes and washes his clothes and makes his meals in the home bc his dwelling don't... Read more »
An ownership interest in the dwelling will not preclude a conviction of burglary as a matter of law. The jury would have to determine under the totality of circumstances if the defendant used the dwelling in such a manner that it could be said to be his/her home. The test will be if under the...Read more »
Hello, I'm inquiring about a friend who got arrested on charges of meth distribution. The person my friend was hanging out with has been an offender on multiple charges in the past and had meth in possession at the time of the arrest. Even though my friend doesn't deal in drug... Read more »
It may be a case of actual v constructive possession. The issues will depend on why law enforcement was there, what rights they had to enter the premises/vehicle, where the alleged narcotics were found, and under what circumstances.
I have entered without inspection and my withholding removal was granted , my mother she is US permanent resident, if she apply I-130 and once's it’s approved can I adjust my status in US? Do I need wavier if wavier grant’s then could i adjust status in US
To be able to apply for adjustment of status with your lawful permanent resident mother as your petitioner you would need to qualify under INA 245(i), as you entered the United States without inspection and have, therefore, not maintained a lawful status the whole time you have been present in the...Read more »
Unfortunately you can’t, absent a full pardon by the Governor of the State of Ohio; sealing or expunging the arrest does not vacate or remove the underlying conviction, which is entered into the National Criminal Information Center (NCIC), the computerized index used to screen for firearms...Read more »
I had an employment agreement with a company but my situation changed before I was ever officially slated to start and I had to back out of the contract. The employer told me on a phone call that he would void the contract and that he would move on to other candidates. A month later I found a... Read more »
That is a terrible situation. I am sorry to hear you are going through this. Unfortunately, you probably cannot get the personal property back from any of the buyers unless you can find them and can prove that they knew or should have known that your daughter did not have authority to sell the...Read more »
From Feb 2022-april 1 2022 I paid weekly for health and dental, my last day was april 1st with company. I tried going to dr the last week of employment and found out I was never enrolled in a plan, emailed and spoke with hr multiple times and they are no longer responding to me getting my money... Read more »
A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. It would be difficult for any attorney to offer step-by-step directions on this frustrating situation. You could reach out to attorneys to investigate the matter in terms of the formation of your contract...Read more »
Water or to let me turn on my car to provide AC for my dog, the policemen would not let me do anything to help my dog despite me pleading with them. My dog died of heat stroke. Can I hold those policemen responsible for Bear's death? I may be reached at:
I am so sorry that happened to you. As to a case, potentially, yes but generally in South Carolina pets are only reimbursed at “market value” as property. However, you may also have a case against them depending on the nature of your detention. Be advised state agencies are subject to a...Read more »
The neighbors have a driveway to their property on the backside of their house. The easement is not granted in the deed. How do we go about keeping them from using the driveway that is on our property?
Normally, if you are paid a salary and are performing the duties of a manager (such hiring, firing, and supervising two or more employees), or if you meet any other requirements for an exemption, you would not be paid overtime, no matter how many hours you are required to work. If you believe you...Read more »
I was charged with this violation ( 56-05-2350) , while entering a median we’re the immediate cars yielded to me but getting hit by a car evading traffic and riding the median where no left turn could be immediately made. Would the other car not have been violating code ( 56-5-1920)
A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. It isn't fully clear what you mean by lawsuit being stolen, but one possibility that comes to mind is that someone stole your identity and pursued a lawsuit (or a pending lawsuit you had already commenced)...Read more »
More information is needed to answer this question. However, if you signed an agreement or contract as a reserve deputy, this is the first place you should turn regarding whether you are permitted to pursue other employment.
Before Covid, a case the Court would have struck this old. You need to check with the Clerk of Court to see if the case is still active. If you bring it to the attention of the Clerk of Court, the case may get struck.
If the case is struck, that does not mean that the issue is over. The...Read more »
A man passed in Michigan where he and his wife were living at that time. He and his wife own land in SC worth $4,000. Does the land automatically go to her without filing probate in MI? His entire estate was less than $20,000.
The wife is trying to sell the land in SC but this issue arose... Read more »
This is a question that depends on South Carolina law. A Michigan probate court does not have jurisdiction to decide matters regarding real estate located outside the State of Michigan. Other states could have a statute though that allows South Carolina to recognize ancillary probate proceedings...Read more »
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