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November 28, 2012 South Carolina Court of Appeals published opinions

State v Gilliland Gilliland was charged and convicted of first degree burglary based on his entry into the home of a former girlfriend in violation of a restraining order. He argued that he was entitled to a directed verdict based … Continue reading

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July 25, 2012 South Carolina Court of Appeals published opinions

Broach and Loomis v Carter Broach and Loomis entered two independent contractor agreements with a real estate agency to presell and sell condominium units. As a result of a financing agreement, the agency and the managing entity of the condominium … Continue reading

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July 17, 2012 4th Circuit published opinion

United States v Bonilla Bonilla pled guilty to unlawful reentry. The trial court found a Texas conviction for committing theft in a residence was generic burglary and increased his sentence under the guidelines. The panel, 2-1, affirmed. The majority held … Continue reading

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