Post and Courier
April 26, 2017
By Andrew Knapp email@example.com
A police group that hired the first attorney for the officer who shot Walter Scott is a legal service that has gone unregulated for 17 years, a state agency has found.
The development emerged Wednesday through a lawsuit by loc…
BY SEANNA ADCOX, Associated Press
COLUMBIA, S.C. - The South Carolina Supreme Court has suspended a judge who wrote on his Facebook page that a family’s $2 million settlement after an officer fatally shot their son was “all about the money.”
Justices unanimously accepted a six-…
A circuit judge on Wednesday denied a motion by attorneys for Eugene Troutman, the fired executive secretary of Clemson University’s board of trustees, that sought documents Troutman’s lawyers believed would bolster their case that Clemson instigated criminal charges against Troutman.
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