In the legal world, “pro se” is a term for litigants who represent themselves in court. A study published today on Law.com indicates that the worsening economy has led to a rise in the number of people who try to appear in court without a lawyer.

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When an individual suffers from injuries at the hands of others (because of someone else’s negligence or malpractice), he/she may find himself/herself in the middle of a civil law suit.

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This week’s departure of Family Court Judge F.P. “Charlie” Segars-Andrews could mean the end of Juvenile Drug Court – and that could spell trouble for Charleston County teenagers whose drug or alcohol problems have landed them in trouble with the law.

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According to DrinkingandDriving.org, 38 out of every 10, 000 South Carolinians are arrested for drunk driving every year. But the number of arrests spikes over the holidays, as police all over South Carolina work overtime setting up DUI checkpoints to catch impaired drivers.

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In a landmark decision today, the US Supreme Court extended the Second Amendment right to bear arms nationwide.

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We are constantly amazed by how few people understand that the 5th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution gives them a right against self incrimination.  As a general rule, if you are questioned by the police and you believe they may suspect you of criminal activity (or if you aren’t sure) you should not talk to […]

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Healthcare Power of Attorney and Durable Power of Attorney are two of the most common legal instruments to assist individuals who may need someone to act on their behalf.

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