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December 2018 Archives

Possible defenses for a second-degree murder charge

South Carolina residents may be interested in learning the steps that may be taken to defend a second-degree murder charge. Many individuals who are charged with second-degree murder defend themselves by saying that they did not commit the crime that they are accused of. Others actually say they killed the victim but present justification for their actions. The latter is referred to as an affirmative defense.

Do you know what theft really means?

You probably know what theft is on its face: The act of taking something that does not belong to you. However, there are other elements of theft that you may not know or understand.

What to know about the crime of bank fraud

Individuals in South Carolina may commit bank fraud in two different ways. First, this act can be committed by obtaining money or other assets from a financial institution. Alternatively, a person could pose as a financial institution to get money from another person in a fraudulent manner. Bank fraud is different than a bank robbery because an individual is more secretive about the crime.

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