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5-6-2015 - Opinions
In this declaratory judgment action, W. H. Bundy, Jr. sought a determination of whether Bobby Brent Shirley established a prescriptive easement over a road on rural property owned by Bundy. The special referee found Shirley was entitled to the easement. The Court of Appeals reversed. Bundy v. Shirley, Op. No. 2013-UP-153 (S.C. Ct. App. filed May 8, 2013). This Court granted Shirley's petition for a writ of certiorari to review the decision of the Court of Appeals. We affirm as modified.5-13-2015 - Opinions
This is a disciplinary opinion in which the Court definitely suspends a lawyer.
The Court grants certiorari, dispenses with further briefing, reverses, and remands to the court of appeals.
This is a disciplinary opinion definitely suspending a lawyer from the practice of law.
This is a disciplinary opinion definitely suspending a lawyer.5-27-2015 - Opinions
The Court reverses the court of appeals' opinion in State v. Bruce, 402 S.C. 621, 741 S.E.2d 590 (Ct. App. 2013), finding the trial court did not err in denying Bruce's motion to suppress because there was no violation of his Fourth Amendment rights.