How do Bond Hearings Work in SC?

How do Bond Hearings Work in SC?

If your friend, family member, or loved one has been arrested, your first concern (and certainly their first concern) is how to get them out of jail. Depending on where they were arrested, they could be in a city jail or county jail. Once you have located your loved...
Direct Evidence vs. Circumstantial Evidence

Direct Evidence vs. Circumstantial Evidence

What’s the difference between direct evidence and circumstantial evidence?  We’re all familiar with the phrase, “that’s just circumstantial,” implying that circumstantial evidence is unreliable and perhaps should not be used to prove a person’s guilt. You may be...
Failure to Appear and Bench Warrants in SC

Failure to Appear and Bench Warrants in SC

“Failure to appear” when you have a court date scheduled in SC can have serious consequences, including a bench warrant for your arrest, the possibility of bond revocation, and additional criminal charges. If you have been charged with a crime and released on bond, SC...
Hand of One, Hand of All Law in SC

Hand of One, Hand of All Law in SC

SC Accomplice Liability: What is the “Hand of One, Hand of All”? “The hand of one is the hand of all” is basically legal slang for accomplice liability.  It’s a phrase that is often misinterpreted by police officers and even attorneys sometimes. Although a...