Tag Archives: sexually violent predators

September 3, 2014 South Carolina Supreme Court

In the Matter of Mark Andrew Peper  Peper improperly administered an estate including failing to keep financial records and failed to properly prosecute a civil claim resulting in the statute of limitations running on the claim. He agreed to discipline … Continue reading

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June 19, 2013 South Carolina Supreme Court published opinions

State v Miller Miller pled guilty to child sex abuse. His probation began while he was held pursuant to a violent sexual person complaint. He was adjudged sexually violent and committed to treatment. His probation officer filed a motion to … Continue reading

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April 29, 2013 4th Circuit published opinions

United States v Abdulwahab  Abdulwahab was charged with securities fraud and money laundering. At the end of the government’s case, he moved to dismiss the money laundering charges. The district court denied his motion. Abdulwahab was convicted on all counts. … Continue reading

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April 10, 2013 South Carolina Supreme Court published opinions

In the Matter of Wilton Darnell Newton Newton improperly removed money from his client trust fund and placed it in his operating account. To cover the shortfall, he borrowed money from a different client without proper documentation or advising client … Continue reading

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December 6, 2012 4th Circuit published opinions

United States v Brown Brown was charged with child pornography charges. He moved to suppress evidence taken from his laptop as it was seized from an ambulance near his place of employment while the warrant was for a search of … Continue reading

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September 6, 2012 4th Circuit published opinion

United States v Wooden The government sought to commit Wooden as a sexually dangerous person. At the hearing, the main focus was on whether Wooden had dreamed about abusing a boy or had actually done so. All the experts agreed … Continue reading

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July 16, 2012 4th Circuit published opinion

United States v Francis Francis was convicted of dozens of counts of making harassing phone calls where he called women and made sexual or sexually violent comments to them. After his most recent supervised release was revoked, he was certified … Continue reading

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