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December 2014 Archives

Micheal Phelps resolves DUI case

South Carolina residents may be interested to hear that Olympic swimmer Micheal Phelps has pleaded guilty to DUI. He was originally taken into custody on Sept. 30 near the Fort McHenry Tunnel on I-95 in Baltimore. Police say that he crossed double lines and was going approximately 84 mph in a 45-mph zone in his 2014 Land Shark Rover.

Act quickly if you fall behind with child support

Keeping up with child support obligations can be a challenge and it is one that parents in South Carolina are not always able to meet. Unfortunately, the further behind with payments you fall, the worse things get. Furthermore, unlike other debts, child support obligations cannot be discharged by filing for bankruptcy. As the amount you owe grows, you could face the suspension of your driving license, or even be taken to jail.

South Carolina Mayor charged with DUI

In a Nov. 29 incident, the mayor of McColl was detained after being apprehended on High Street. Mayor George Ray Grier allegedly failed a field sobriety test and refused breath testing, according to reports. He has been charged with DUI as a result. Reports indicate that after being charged, the mayor was released on a personal recognizance bond of $997 the following day.

What are grandparents' rights to visitation?

When the parents of a child go their separate ways in South Carolina, it can be a difficult time for all concerned. Custody needs to be decided and visitation arrangements must be made for the non-custodial parent. Generally, the best interests of the child are kept at the heart of all this and steps are taken to ensure that the child receives as much access to each parent as possible.

DUI charges dropped after tests show that driver was ill

Drivers who may have been falsely charged with driving under the influence on South Carolina roadways may be interested in learning about a DUI case in Anderson County that has now been dismissed. On Dec. 4, news sources reported that felony drunk driving charges against a man who suffers from a rare health disorder were dropped because criminal prosecution of the charged driver based on the evidence in the case is not supported by law.

Child custody can influence property division

Figuring out who will keep which assets is a big part of divorce. You will need to decide how debts are divided, who keeps the house and even whom any family pets will remain with. Child custody is also an important issue and in fact is one that can have more bearing on your property division than you might think.

Boating while intoxicated

The legal limit for the blood alcohol content of an individual while operating a motor vehicle in the state of South Carolina is .08 percent. This law applies to individuals who operate boats. Their blood alcohol content level must not exceed .08 percent if they are to legally operate their vessel.

New law requires federal review of U.S. adoption agencies

Adopting a child can be a wonderful experience and is a fantastic way to offer a child a fresh start and a chance at a happy future. Many adoption agencies are extremely diligent and focused on the well-being of the children in their care. However, it is an unfortunate fact that there are also unscrupulous organizations who effectively traffic children, abducting them from their families.

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