June 2019 Archives

Five most common computer crimes

Computer crime encompasses a wide range of criminal activity that is done through digital technology. Cybercrime is a growing threat to U.S. citizens. Last year, 71% of U.S. citizens reported that they were afraid of falling victim to cybercrime and nearly 30% were affected by data breaches.

Identity theft and the law

Some South Carolina residents might have experienced identity theft when another person stole their credit card data, Social Security number, or other information. With this kind of information, it is possible to apply for credit cards or take other actions using another person's identity.

What pre-trial motions might accomplish

Before a DUI case goes to trial in South Carolina or anywhere else, a pre-trial motion may be considered by a judge. The motion may ask that certain evidence be suppressed or cover any other concerns that an attorney may have. In some cases, a request will be made to drop the matter altogether. The prosecution in a DUI case can also make motions before a trial to limit the type of evidence that can be introduced at trial.

Reasonable suspicion required for most DUI stops

People in South Carolina may wonder when police have the right to pull people over if they suspect someone is driving while under the influence. In general, police can only stop drivers if they have some kind of reasonable suspicion of a crime. There are exceptions to this rule; while controversial, sobriety checkpoints have been upheld in most states as an exception to the rule so long as all drivers passing by a specific area are checked for drunk driving.

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    2. South Carolina Association of criminal Defense Lawyers
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    4. South Carolina Bar
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