April 23, 2013 South Carolina Supreme Court published opinion

Johnson v Lloyd

Johnson sought a declaratory judgment that the sex offender registration statute was unconstitutional. The circuit court denied that request, but, granted equitable relief. The South Carolina Court of Appeals reversed. The Court unanimously reversed holding the state failed to preserve the issue of whether Johnson was entitled to equitable relief and appellate review was thus unavailable.

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