Kulp & Elliott blog posts relating to Criminal Defense matters.

Assault & Battery Charges SC: Fines, Penalties, Degrees

August 5th, 2015|Criminal Defense|

What is assault and battery? Assault and battery refers to a wide range of crimes with a common factor–threatening, causing or attempting to cause bodily harm to another person. A person can be charged with assault, battery or both. An assault is an offer to do harm to another with the present means of accomplishing [...]

Tim Kulp-the American College of Board Certified Attorneys

December 6th, 2013|Criminal Defense|

I was recently invited to join the American College of Board Certified Attorneys. American College of Board Certified Attorneys (ACBCA) is a professional organization for attorneys who have been board certified by a recognized accrediting organization. The ACBCA supports activities to identify and recognize those attorneys who have met or exceeded rigorous certification standards relating [...]

Police Pulling Your Cell Phone Data?

November 28th, 2013|Criminal Defense, News|

Occasionally, I see something in the news that compels me, as a citizen of this great state and as a Charleston criminal defense lawyer, to blog about-immediately. I just read an article you should read. There is a contingent of opinion these days that no one has any privacy anymore. While that may very well [...]

Police Seizure and Review of a Client’s Cell Phone?

January 15th, 2013|Criminal Defense|

Is Your Cell Phone Data Police Candy? As a Charleston criminal defense lawyer, I believe it is essential to monitor relevant nationwide trends. Sometimes, citizens are not aware of creative activities that police in other areas of the country are pursuing that might not be exactly constitutional. Well-intended, but constitutionally questionable. Click here to read what Michigan [...]

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