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November 2018 Archives

The dangers of computer crime

Computers can be used in South Carolina or any other state to commit a crime. Larceny or harassment are typically illegal no matter where or how these activities are carried out, but computers and the internet have made it easier for individuals to find and attack their victims.

Sharing a prescription drug – is it a crime?

It could happen more easily than you might think – you want to help someone in need, but you don’t realize that your actions are illegal. This is especially true if you plan to share a prescription medication with someone who wasn’t prescribed the drug. You and other South Carolina residents should understand the potential ramifications of sharing a prescription before you find yourself unwittingly charged with a crime.

Man sentenced in robbery and murder case

On Nov. 8, a 20-year-old man was sentenced in a case connected to the robbery of a KFC in South Carolina. He was facing charges of possession of a stolen gun, first degree burglary, seven counts of possessing a weapon during a violent crime, eight counts of kidnapping, eight counts of armed robbery and murder. He may serve 50 years in prison.

The consequences of violating your probation

If you have received a sentence of probation, it will allow you to be released from custody if you maintain good behavior. During your time on probation, you will remain under supervision to make sure you are following the rules set forth in your probation ruling. You should not consider a probation as something that lets you go free after a conviction.

South Carolina couple faces charges for murder

A married couple living in Kershaw County was taken into custody on Oct. 19 on murder charges. The case involves a 34-year-old man who disappeared in December 2016. The last time the man was seen, he was leaving a friend's house. The victim's disappearance was reported on Jan. 4, 2017, after he failed to go to work.

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