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Possession of controlled substance as a college student is a serious charge. If you’re one of the nearly 170,000 college students in the state of South Carolina, this may be your first time out on your own. With keeping up with studies and a social life, college can be a challenging new environment for many…Read More →
Is a DUI in College going to ruin your life? If you’re a college student who has just been charged with a DUI first offense you’re probably feeling many things: scared, angry at yourself, and maybe even disappointed. Most of all, you don’t know what to do next, or what to expect. First, let’s talk facts.…Read More →
You might think that since marijuana laws are getting more relaxed, and even eliminated, in other states, that being charged with simple possession of marijuana in South Carolina isn’t a big deal…but you’d be wrong; it’s still a huge deal. Any amount of marijuana is still illegal in South Carolina. In SC, marijuana is a…Read More →
Have fun at your tailgate; but not so much that you end up with a disorderly conduct arrest in the shadow of Williams-Brice stadium. Every fall the time comes when 80,000 plus garnet and black clad fans make their way to Williams-Brice Stadium on Saturdays to watch their beloved Gamecocks take on the opponent of…Read More →
The last thing you want to think of while you’re a college student is being arrested, but an MIP charge (minor in possession), simple possession, fake ID, and even driving under the influence (DUI), are just some of the charges college students might find themselves faced with if they’re not careful. For many of you,…Read More →