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Q: A convicted felon have a saw off shotgun and kill a man with the saw off shotgun what are the state charges
Jonathan Edmond Bennett Lewis
Jonathan Edmond Bennett Lewis answered on May 30, 2021

Hello,

The likely charges are as follows:

Murder;

Possession of a Weapon during the Commission of a Violent Crime.

1 Answer | Asked in Public Benefits and Criminal Law for South Carolina on
Q: Can a defendant ask the state to have the evidence retested and split substance content?
Ryan D Templeton
Ryan D Templeton answered on Mar 18, 2021

Normally the state is not going to retest a substance unless the solicitor wants that done for some reason. That being said, you/your attorney can hire an expert to independently test the substance and file a motion with the court to have the item turned over to the expert for testing.

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