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Category Archives: DUI / DWI Defense

Senators propose gun ban, stiffer penalties to reform South Carolina’s domestic violence laws

By Doug Pardue and Glenn Smith, The Post and Courier The head of the powerful Senate Judiciary Committee is pushing new legislation that would bring sweeping reform to South Carolina’s domestic violence laws, creating a tiered system of offenses, increasing penalties and barring batterers from possessing guns. Sen. Larry Martin, a Pickens Republican who chairs… Read More »

Hells Angels clear Wal-Mart of bikes in buy-out for children’s charity

By Cheryl K. Chumley, The Washington Times Members of the biker group  Hells Angels took to one Wal-Mart store in Fresno, California, on Black to buy out the entire stock of bicycles for a charity drive for needy children. The members were then going to donate the bikes to the Poverello House, a Fresno-area nonprofit dedicated to… Read More »

Former Charleston Police Chief Reuben Greenberg remembered as groundbreaking, passionate

By Glenn Smith and Schuyler Kropf, Post & Courier Former Charleston Police Chief Reuben M. Greenberg, a charismatic and combative leader who drove down crime and drew national attention to the Holy City during his 23 years as its top cop, died Wednesday after a long period of declining health. He was 71. Mayor Joe Riley… Read More »

Uber Sting in the City of Charleston?

The Post & Courier Regarding the “Uber Driver Sting”, it is illegal in the City of Charleston to offer a taxi service for compensation unless you have had the proper inspections and license. However, if you offer someone a safe ride home and accept only a thank you for payment, you will not be in… Read More »


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Report calling SC drivers among worst in nation not really a surprise to many

By Andy Paras and Robert Behre, The Post and Courier Are South Carolina roads full of some of the country’s crummiest drivers? Yes, according to a new report that ranks Palmetto State drivers as the second worst in the nation. The website carinsurancecomparison.com used five criteria to determine which states have the worst drivers in the… Read More »

Charleston officer dies in off-duty motorcycle collision

Charleston police Sergeant Tony Person Jr. died early Saturday as a result of injuries he received in a traffic accident in North Charleston, according to department spokesman Charles Francis. Based on an investigation, Person, 35, of Chemistry Drive, Ladson, was driving a motorcycle off-duty on Dorchester Road when a vehicle pulled into his path, Francis… Read More »

Kill all the lawyers?

By Brooks Davis In regard to Frank Wooten’s Sept. 14 column titled “Defending lawyers by reason of necessity,” he, as many others before him, misinterpreted Shakespeare’s famous line from Henry VI, “The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers.” If Mr. Wooten had done his due diligence, he would find that the line… Read More »