In South Carolina, the admissibility of breath test results in DUI cases can depend on various factors, including the timing of the test. Although there may not be a strict "two-hour rule," the longer the time between the alleged offense and the test, the more room there is for...View More
In SC, there is a two hour limit on breath tests. However, recent caselaw has created an exception in cases where the officer was required to perform other duties related to the incident and has provided an affidavit explaining what they had to do prior to taking the person to the breath testing...View More
I live in SC and I currently sell cars on the side as a hobby and I always stay under the limitations in regards to how many I'm allowed to sell without a dealers license. I got a bit curious today and I have a standing LLC under my name and was wondering if technically since my business is... View More
In South Carolina, the number of cars you can sell without a dealer's license is typically limited, and this limit applies regardless of whether you're selling them as an individual or through an LLC of which you're the sole owner. Generally, if you're planning to sell more than...View More
A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. It could depend on how the meter was torn out, how it was installed, and the utility's stated policy in terms of where their ownership and control ends and the customer's ownership and control begins....View More
Addendum - depending on the nature of the utility, and whether it's a public entity, it's possible you could have notice of claim filing deadlines. Nationwide, these are usually very short windows of time (as in being in the order of days). Therefore, if you do contemplate legal action,...View More
Yes, in SC our law requires an individual to have insurance to operate a motor vehicle, and our law requires that if that person injures someone in a motor vehicle accident they must be sued in their individual name to collect their insurance money if not settled out of court. Our law does not...View More
In South Carolina, making verbal threats can be considered assault and/or harassment depending on the circumstances and specificity of the threat. South Carolina's criminal code defines assault as unlawfully attempting or offering to injure another person, which can encompass verbal threats if...View More
In South Carolina, an executor can sell a house without being on the deed, but they need the appropriate authority, either granted by the will or by the probate court. It's essential to ensure the house has been formally transferred through probate and that the estate holds clear title to the...View More
smoke detector malfunction from water damage and there was a fire in budling and life was threated cause was unable to get out due to non working smoke detector and have the proof of mold i work from home so inhaling
A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for the ordeal this has caused you. I can only speak for the personal injury-related aspects of your question. You could reach out to law firms to try to arrange a free initial consult. Gather...View More
SC law regarding venue for probate requires it be in the county where the decedent was domiciled at the time of her death, and if she was not living in the state, then in the county where her property was located at the time of her death. The Decedent's death certificate states she was a... View More
Your motion to remove the fiduciary for cause, and possible dismissal for lack of subject matter jurisdiction, is very late. If no property has been distributed yet, then file the motions. A SC Court cannot directly transfer property in VA, but an ancillary probate in VA can. If there are...View More
Attorneys decide whether to take on cases challenging the conversion of rights into privileges with associated fees based on factors like legal viability, costs, expertise, precedent, client goals, and ethical considerations. Legal viability and costs are crucial, while attorneys with expertise in...View More
what is our recourse, to SUE, the lot was listed without any knowledge by us.... listed for 110,000
This is a big money private country club with deep pockets I have all the screen prints of the online listing with the broker details and the sales agent In addition, this listing occurred... View More
You will need a competent SC attorney that handles real property litigation, and there will be few that know what to do. Slander of Title, Trespass, along with a possible Ejectment action will be causes of actions. The title needs to be searched, and with the suit, a Notice Lis Pendens needs to...View More
The question regarding whether the 50% reservation given to guest teachers in Madhya Pradesh teacher recruitment violates the limit set by the Supreme Court in the case of Indira Sawhney v. Union of India, 1992, is a nuanced one and would ultimately be determined through a detailed legal analysis...View More
The time it takes for a warrant to be signed and served can vary widely depending on the specific circumstances of the case, the court's docket, and law enforcement's priorities. In South Carolina, for a first offense involving a small amount of drugs like one gram of cocaine, law...View More
the legal consequences for nonviolent sexual assault in South Carolina, often referred to as "criminal sexual conduct," can vary depending on the specific circumstances of the case and the severity of the offense. South Carolina's laws distinguish between degrees of criminal sexual...View More
It depends on whether the probate court appointed you as an independent personal representative or a dependent personal representative. Your probate lawyer should explain these differences to you. Even if court approval is required, under the circumstances you describe it should be perfunctory.
The penalties for selling drugs, including methamphetamine, can vary based on a number of factors including the specific details of the case, the jurisdiction, the defendant's criminal history, and the quantity of drugs involved. Generally, drug trafficking charges can result in significant...View More
The answer in South Carolina depends on which offense, 1st, 2nd, etc. a person is charged with as to the potential sentence they could receive. This number relates to prior convictions the same person has on their record for the charge.
I created a logo for a small business and we did not sign any documents stating that he could use that logo anywhere or to create products. It was agreed that if he needed any products like cards or advertising materials or uniforms that he would order them through me. We did do that on a couple... View More
Under California law, the absence of a written agreement typically means that the creator of the logo retains the copyright, notwithstanding its use by the company for specific, agreed-upon purposes. Since there was an oral agreement that the company would order products like business cards and...View More
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