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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Municipal Law and White Collar Crime for South Carolina on
Q: Can you be charged with burglary 3 in general sessions and burglary 3 in municipal Court at the same time.

I went to go look at my charges and they have them listed like that and one of the charges doesn't have an case number {inditemsnt number}. What does this all mean?

Ryan D Templeton
Ryan D Templeton answered on Aug 31, 2019

If you are looking at the charges on the public index it is more likely than not that one is an entry from bond court/prelim court which is in magistrate court and the second entry is the actual pending charge in general sessions court.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Gov & Administrative Law and White Collar Crime for South Carolina on
Q: If a case was dismissed am I a convicted felon

I'm applying for an insurance license n I have a dismissed case. Legally what should I do

Michael Hajarizadeh
Michael Hajarizadeh answered on Sep 25, 2017

I am an attorney in Oregon so keep in mind that SC law is likely different there. First, there may be a difference on what you need to and can do depending on what occurred in your case. Most legal matters are fact specific. For instance, if the prosecutor brought charges against you and then... Read more »

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