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2-4-2015 - Opinions
We hold that the trial court erred in qualifying two witnesses as child abuse assessment experts, but we find the error harmless beyond a reasonble doubt and affirm.2-11-2015 - Opinions
This is an opinion definitely suspending a lawyer from the practice of law.
This is an opinion disbarring a lawyer.
This is an opinion publicly reprimanding a lawyer.
This is an opinion imposing discipline on a lawyer.
The Court dismissed the writ of certiorari as improvidently granted.
The Court granted certiorari to review the decision of the Court of Appeals in State v. Baker, 390 S.C. 56, 700 S.E.2d 440 (Ct. App. 2010), wherein the court affirmed Petitioner's convictions for four counts of committing a lewd act upon a minor. We reverse Petitioner's convictions as we hold the indictments, which alleged the offenses occurred at an unspecified time over a six-year period, were unconstitutionally overbroad.2-25-2015 - Opinions
The Court vacates the court of appeals' decision reversing the trial court's suppression of a statement made in connection with a polygraph examination because the trial court's pre-trial order was not immediately appealable.
The Court reversed the decision of the Court of Appeals, finding that the petitioner Bank established its right to equitable subrogation.
This is a disciplinary opinion in which the Court suspends a lawyer from the practice of law.
This is a disciplinary opinion in which the Court publicly reprimands a lawyer.
The Court disbarred respondent, imposed conditions on his readmission, and ordered him to pay restitution.