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You have the right to remain silent…and to receive just compensation.

The Fifth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America says that no person “shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself.”  This simply means that whenever a person is taken into police… Read Full Article »

When did people stop whistling?

Irving Berlin and Bing Crosby got it. So did composers Earle Hagen and Herbert Spencer. The carefree, unencumbered fun of whistling. From Crosby’s White Christmas to composers Hagen and Spencer’s The Fishin’ Hole, or the theme to The Andy Griffith… Read Full Article »

Discovery in civil cases: what you need to know

Whenever you are a party to a civil case in state or federal court, certain rules apply to the conduct of the litigation. In state court, the South Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure govern, and in Federal Court, it’s the… Read Full Article »

In Our Clients Own Words: Thanks for the Great Job

“I deeply appreciate the kindness and great job John White and Steve Denton did on my behalf. I believe they are friends for life, and I will return to them any time I need help.” Jerry D. Inman, S.C.  … Read Full Article »