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Who Knew a Fishing Case Could Be Interesting? Vacating a Conviction Due to Improper Venue (Here’s something you don’t see very often…), US v. Timothy J. Smith, Case No. 20-12667 (11th Circuit Court of Appeals, filed January 12, 2022).
January 31, 2022
United States v. Trey Campbell– Attempt Crimes Do Not Constitute Controlled Substance Offense for Purposes of Career Offender Enhancement, No. 20-4246 (4th Cir. 2022, filed January 7, 2022).
January 17, 2022
Not Every Stupid Action is a Crime, 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals Informs Government, USA v. Johnson, 19 F.4th 248 (3rd Cir. 2021) (filed November 23, 2021).
December 29, 2021
Our Year in Review
December 22, 2021
Per Its “Policy,” Solicitors Allowed to Circumvent State Statute Mandating Discovery, Travis Hines v. State of South Carolina (Ct. App. 2021), filed December 8, 2021.
December 14, 2021
Nice little error preservation rule change for criminal defendants! Making our appellate court system more efficient. State v. Kelvin Jones, Case No. 2020-000653 (filed December 8, 2021).
December 8, 2021
The Fiscal Irresponsibility of the SC Attorney General’s Office—How Its Casual Obstructionism in PCR cases Wastes Taxpayer Money and Clogs Up the Criminal Justice System.
November 29, 2021
No, no one asked my opinion . . . but I’m going to give it anyway. Why I think South Carolina Needs a Post-Trial Motion for Sentence Reduction.
November 16, 2021
Singh v. Singh– No, there will be no avoiding judicial review as to matters involving children in this state. South Carolina Supreme Court, Op. No. 28057 (filed September 8, 2021)
October 15, 2021
A very rare win in a habeas case– Trial counsel actually needs to know the law! Wright v. Clarke, 2021 WL 2530199 (filed June 21, 2021).
October 5, 2021