What Is the Difference Between a Jury Trial and a Bench Trial?
Did you know that if you have to go to court, you may have a choice about who will decide …Read More
Should I Refuse a DUI Test in Greenville, SC?
It is a crime to drive in South Carolina if you are under the influence of alcohol, drugs or a …Read More
Greenville SC Criminal Defense: Larceny, Robbery, Armed Robbery and Penalties
In simple terms, under South Carolina law, there are three levels of stealing: larceny, common law robbery and armed robbery. …Read More
Greenville SC Criminal Defense: Defending Charges of Checking Fraud
Under South Carolina law, it is a crime to pass a bad check. See S. Car. Code §§ 34-11-60 and …Read More
Criminal Pleas and How They Can Affect Your Civil Case in South Carolina
Having a ticket issued against you after a traffic accident is a fairly common occurrence, even if you think you …Read More
What to Know about Criminal Charges in South Carolina
If you’re facing criminal charges and conviction in Greenville, South Carolina, it can be an overwhelming situation. In some cases, …Read More
South Carolina’s Protection of Persons and Property Act
In July 2017, the Court of Appeals in South Carolina affirmed a lower court’s decision rejecting a claim of immunity …Read More
What is Considered Public Disorderly Conduct in South Carolina?
In the state of South Carolina, a person is guilty of public disorderly conduct (otherwise known as “PDC”) if any …Read More
What is the Difference Between Criminal Restitution and a Civil Judgment in South Carolina?
Restitution is a classification of damages that a criminal defendant may be required to pay to compensate a victim for …Read More
Answers to Your Questions About Drug Offenses in Greenville, SC Criminal Defense Cases
At David R. Price, Jr., P.A. Attorneys at Law, we get a lot of questions about drug charges in Greenville, …Read More