Failure to Stop for Police in SC: Fines, Penalties, Defenses

October 25th, 2022|Categories: Criminal Defense, Criminal Offenses|

Failing to stop for a police in South Carolina is a serious crime with serious consequences. If you attempted to lose a police officer, an experienced criminal defense attorney can help you fight the charges you are facing. While every [...]

Embezzlement in SC: Charge, Penalties, Sentencing

October 18th, 2022|Categories: Criminal Defense, Criminal Offenses|

In Union County, South Carolina, a court clerk in the county’s child support office stole more than $10,000 over five years from the Domestic Relations account. After an investigation uncovered her crime, she lost her job and was arrested on [...]

Criminal Sexual Conduct/Rape Charges in SC: 10 Most Common Questions

October 12th, 2022|Categories: Criminal Offenses|

In a separate article (Sexual Assault, Rape & Criminal Sexual Conduct Charges in SC) we go into great detail discussing the charges associated with CSC/Rape in SC.The attorneys at Kulp & Elliott understand that you probably have additional questions that [...]

Shoplifting vs. Retail Theft Charges in SC: Is There a Difference?

October 5th, 2022|Categories: Criminal Offenses|

When it comes to shoplifting and retail theft charges in South Carolina, it's all too easy to assume the two are one and the same. They sound similar enough, so surely there cannot be much of a difference—right? The two [...]

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