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Opinions from the South Carolina Court of Appeals

Today, the Court published one opinion. In State v. Mazique, Appellant appealed his conviction for armed robbery arguing that the trial court erred in multiple decisions involving improper handling of his request for substitute counsel and evidentiary matters, all of which … Continue reading

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Today’s Decision from the South Carolina Court of Appeals

Today the South Carolina Court of Appeals published a decision in Brown v. Brown. Brown v. Brown is an appeal of the family court’s final divorce decree between George and Julie Brown. George Brown (Husband) argues the family court improperly … Continue reading

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April 2, 2014 South Carolina Court of Appeals published opinions

State v Gore Gore was convicted of drug charges. He challenged the search warrant in his case, the admission of photographs and the failure to instruct the jury on a lesser included offense. The panel rejected his arguments and affirmed. … Continue reading

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November 14, 2012 South Carolina Court of Appeals published opinions

State v Bonner Bonner was sentenced to life without parole for first degree burglary arising from a home invasion robbery. He was 17 at the time of the robbery. He did not challenge the sentence at sentencing or by post … Continue reading

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June 6, 2012 South Carolina published opinions

Supreme Court State v Tapp Tapp was convicted of rape and murder. On appeal, among other assignments of error, he argued that the state’s expert testimony was improperly admitted. During the appeal, the South Carolina Supreme Court issued a decision … Continue reading

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May 30, 2012 South Carolina pubished opinion

Tillman v Oakes Father sought a change in custody based on a breakdown in communication and other “serious issues” after trial, the family court ordered a change in custody for one child. It based its decision on several findings including … Continue reading

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