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Opinions from the South Carolina Supreme Court

Authored by Cassandra Patterson, Reference & Outreach Services Librarian In November, the South Carolina Supreme Court published nine opinions. State v. Looper: Petitioner (Looper) was granted a pretrial motion to suppress evidence of a DUI charge by arguing that they … Continue reading

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Opinions from the South Carolina Supreme Court

Authored by Cassandra Patterson, Reference & Outreach Services Librarian In October, the South Carolina Supreme Court published seven opinions: In Mangal v. State, Mangal applied for Post-Conviction Relief (PCR) —without the help of counsel— claiming ineffective counsel, to which the … Continue reading

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Today’s Opinion from the South Carolina Supreme Court

The South Carolina Supreme Court issued one opinion this morning:  City of Columbia v. Marie-Therese Assa’ad-Faltas.  In it, the Court affirmed the conviction and sentence for simple assault of Assa’ad-Faltas, denying her argument that her right to self-representation was violated and … Continue reading

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