Tag Archives: South Carolina

Posted 4 years ago in Criminal Law Immigration by Michele Bowman  
Federal Appeals Court Blocks Most of SC Immigration Law

Most of South Carolina’s legislative attempt to control illegal immigration will remain blocked, for now, after the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on July 23 ruled that federal immigration laws exclusively govern the issue.   State Can’t Criminalize Harboring or Fake Papers South Carolina’s SB 20 made it a felony to transport or harbor illegal immigrants in order to avoid detection or help them get into the country. It also criminalized the failure of noncitizens to carry registration papers …

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Posted 5 years ago in Medical Malpractice by Aaron Kase  
$2.4 Million for Woman Killed by Perforated Bowel

A jury awarded a South Carolina widower $2.4 million after his wife died in 2007 following a botched gynecological procedure at a local hospital. Doctor ignored hemoglobin drop following surgery Diagnosis and treatment of subsequent symptoms delayed for a week Exploratory surgery discovered perforated colon   Downplayed and Ignored Rita Blair put her trust in an OB-GYN facility in Easley, South Carolina, to treat a serious and sensitive medical procedure– a prolapsed vagina. Unfortunately, during the procedure to repair her reproductive organs …

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