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January 2014

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The summary below each case is prepared to offer lawyers and the public a general overview of what issues are included in a case which will be argued. The summary is not a limit on what issues a party to a case may present at oral argument.
Monday, January 6, 2014
Court Room I
10:00 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2010-178486    The State, Respondent, v. Shawn Reaves, Appellant.

Appellate Defender LaNelle Cantey DuRant, of Columbia, for Appellant. Attorney General Alan McCrory Wilson, Assistant Attorney General Mark Reynolds Farthing, and Assistant Attorney General Julie Kate Keeney, all of Columbia, for Respondent.

Shawn Reaves appeals his conviction for voluntary manslaughter, arguing the trial court erred in denying his motions to dismiss: (1) the indictments when evidence was missing and never produced, which was a violation of Rule 5, SCRCrimP, and his due process right to a fair trial; and (2) the case based on a violation of his Sixth Amendment right to a speedy trial when his first trial, which ended in a mistrial, was held on August 24, 2010, more than three years after the incident, and his second trial was held on November 8, 2010.

 
10:40 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2011-195268    Coleen G. Mick-Skaggs, Appellant, v. William B. Skaggs, Respondent.

Nicole Nicolette Mace of The Mace Law Firm, of Myrtle Beach, for Appellant. William B. Skaggs, pro se, for Respondent.

This appeal considers whether the family court erred in refusing to grant the appellant a divorce based on adultery while also barring the appellant from receiving alimony due to adultery. The appellant argues that the court erred applying different evidentiary standards when considering whether to grant a divorce based on adultery and whether to bar alimony based on adultery. The appellant further argues that the family court erred in failing to order her husband to pay her attorney's fees and in admitting certain photographs into evidence.

 
11:20 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2012-213136    The State, Appellant, v. Nezar Abraham, Respondent.

Attorney General Alan McCrory Wilson and Assistant Attorney General John Benjamin Aplin, both of Columbia, for Appellant. Michael O. Hallman of Cole Law Firm, of Greenville, and C. Austin McDaniel of The Cole Law Firm, of Anderson, for Respondent.

In this DUI case, the State contends the Circuit Court erred in reversing the Magistrate's denial of Nezar Abraham's motion for a directed verdict, because the State presented sufficient independent evidence of the corpus delicti to corroborate Abraham's extra-judicial admissions and that evidence, together with such admissions, established a jury question as to Abraham's guilt.

 
12:00 p.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2012-211945    Amanda Lake, Respondent, v. Jonathan Lake, Appellant.

Jewitte Dooley of Davis Frawley Anderson McCauley Ayer Fisher & Smith, LLC, of Lexington, for Appellant. Erica Parker Ellis of The Dooley Law Firm, PA, of Lexington, for Appellant. R. Chadwick Smith, of Rock Hill, for Respondent.

Jonathan Lake (Husband) appeals from the family court's orders granting the parties a divorce and ruling upon Husband's post-trial motion, arguing the family court erred in (1) awarding Amanda Lake (Wife) $350 per month in permanent periodic alimony, (2) awarding Wife $5,000 in attorneys' fees, (3) apportioning the marital property without sufficient evidence in the record to value the marital assets, and (4) eliminating Husband's Tuesday overnight visitation.

 
Tuesday, January 7, 2014
Court Room I
10:40 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2012-212463    W. Peter Buyck, Jr., Respondent, v. William C. Jackson, Appellant.

William E. Booth, III, of Booth Law Firm, LLC, of West Columbia, for Appellant. James B. Richardson, Jr., of Columbia, for Appellant. Andrew Carl English, III, Mary Dameron Milliken, and George A. Taylor, all of Callison Tighe & Robinson, LLC, Columbia, for Respondent.

This appeal arises from the trial court's determination that Respondent Peter Buyck, Jr. established a prescriptive easement over Appellant William Jackson's property. On appeal, Appellant argues the trial court erred by finding Respondent established a prescriptive easement.

 
11:20 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2012-213392    Vickey D. Vennekamp, Appellant, v. Schaffler Group, USA, and The Phoenix Insurance Company, Respondents.

Gretchen Aynsley Rogers of Mickle & Bass, LLC, of Columbia, for Appellant. Michael Joseph O'Sullivan of Law Office of Michael J. O'Sullivan, of Conway, for Appellant. Franklin D. Guerrero, Jr., of Willson Jones Carter & Baxley, P.A., of Greenville, for Respondent.

Vickey D. Vennekamp appeals the finding of the Workers' Compensation Commission's Appellate Panel ordering the termination of Vennekamp's Temporary Total Benefits, arguing employer Schaffler Group, USA and carrier Phoenix Insurance Company failed to file a Form 21 as required by the Regulations of the South Carolina Code.

 
Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Court Room I
10:00 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2011-205448    The State, Respondent, v. Antonio Scott, Appellant.

Chief Appellate Defender Robert Michael Dudek and Appellate Defender Benjamin J. Tripp, both of Columbia, for Appellant. Breen Richard Stevens, of Orangeburg, for Appellant. Attorney General Alan McCrory Wilson, Chief Deputy Attorney General John W. McIntosh, Senior Assistant Deputy Attorney General Donald J. Zelenka, and Assistant Attorney General J. Anthony Mabry, all of Columbia, for Respondent. Solicitor Isaac McDuffie Stone, III ,of Bluffton, for Respondent.

This appeal arises from Appellant Antonio Scott's murder conviction. On appeal, Scott argues the trial court erred by failing to instruct the jury with involuntary manslaughter.

 
10:40 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2011-203769    The State, Respondent, v. Alex Robinson, Appellant.

Appellate Defender Carmen Vaughn Ganjehsani, of Columbia, for Appellant. Dayne C. Phillips, of Lexington, for Appellant. Attorney General Alan McCrory Wilson and Assistant Attorney General Mark Reynolds Farthing, both of Columbia, for Respondent.

Appellant was convicted of trafficking over 100 grams of cocaine. He asserts the trial judge erred by failing to recuse himself, by failing to quash the search warrant and resulting evidence, by failing to reveal the identity of a confidential informant, and by failing to grant a new trial based on these errors.

 
11:20 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2012-212815    Phillip D. Grimsley, Sr. and Roger M. Jowers, on behalf of themselves and other similarly situated, Appellants, v. South Carolina Law Enforcement Division and the State of South Carolina, Respondents.

Richard A. Harpootlian of Richard A. Harpootlian, PA, of Columbia, for Appellants. A. Camden Lewis and Ariail Elizabeth King, and Roger M. Jowers, of Lewis Babcock & Griffin, LLP, of Columbia, for Appellants. James Walter Fayssoux, Jr. of Fayssoux Law Firm, P.A., of Greenville, for Appellants. John A. O'Leary of O'Leary & Assoc., PA, of Columbia, for Appellants. Kenneth P. Woodington and William H. Davidson, II, both of Davidson & Lindemann, PA, of Columbia, for Respondents.

Phillip D. Grimsley, Sr. and Roger M. Jowers, former employees of the State Law Enforcement Division (SLED), appeal the circuit court's grant of summary judgment to SLED on their causes of action contending SLED has imposed a requirement in a statutorily authorized retirement program that is contrary to law. They also appeal the circuit court's finding they lacked a sufficient property interest to support a takings claim.

 
Thursday, January 9, 2014
Court Room I
10:00 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2012-212898    James Clark, Jr., Respondent, v. Pyramid Masonry Contractors Inc., and Hartford Fire Insurance Company, Appellants.

J. Kevin Couch of Willson Jones Carter & Baxley, P. A., of Greenville, for Appellants. Gary Walton Popwell, Jr. of Lee Eadon Isgett & Popwell, of Columbia, for Respondent.

Pyramid Masonry Contractors, Inc. and Hartford Accident Insurance Company (Employer) appeal the order of the circuit court affirming the decision of the South Carolina Workers' Compensation Commission that James Clark's accident was compensable as an exception to the "going and coming rule" because transportation was being provided by the Employer, though its agent and servant acting with apparent authority. Employer also argues the Commission erred in finding Clark was entitled to all related medical expenses and to temporary total disability benefits.

 
10:40 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2012-212952    Moshtaba Vedad, Appellant, v. South Carolina Department of Transportation, Respondent.

Allan R. Holmes of Gibbs & Holmes, of Charleston, for Appellant. Natalie Jean Moore, of Columbia, for Respondent.

In an appeal from the Administrative Law Court, Appellant Moshtaba Vedad seeks review of the order affirming the decision to uphold Vedad's termination from his employment with Respondent South Carolina Department of Transportation. Vedad contends that the ALC erred in finding that the procedures conducted in his termination provided adequate due process.

 
11:20 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2012-212956    Gladys Sims, as the Duly Appointed Guardian and Conservator of Kristy L. Orlowski (a/k/a Kristy Wood), Appellant/Respondent, v. Amisub of South Carolina, Inc., d/b/a Piedmont Medical Center; and, C. Edward Creagh, MD, Respondents/Appellants..

Chad Alan McGowan, Ashley White Creech, and Jordan Christopher Calloway, all of McGowan Hood & Felder, LLC, of Rock Hill, for Appellant/Respondent. Whitney B. Harrison, of McGowan, Hood & Felder, LLC, of Columbia, for Appellant/Respondent. William U. Gunn and Joshua Tate Thompson of Holcombe Bomar, PA, of Spartanburg, for Respondent/Appellant Amisub of South Carolina, Inc. H. Spencer King of The Ward Law Firm, PA, of Spartanburg, for Respondent/Appellant C. Edward Creagh, M.D. Andrew F. Lindemann of Davidson & Lindemann, PA, of Columbia, for Respondent/Appellant C. Edward Creagh, M.D.

In this medical malpractice action, Gladys Sims, as the Duly Appointed Guardian and Conservator of Kristy L. Orlowski (Orlowski), appeals the circuit court's grant of summary judgment arguing the court erred in estopping Orlowski from pursuing a medical negligence claim against Dr. C. Edward Creagh and Amisub of South Carolina, d/b/a Piedmont Medical Center (the Hospital). Dr. Creagh and the Hospital cross-appeal, arguing the circuit court erred in denying their motions for summary judgment because Orlowski's claim was barred by the statute of limitations and the tolling provisions of section 15-3-40 of the South Carolina Code (2005) are not applicable.

 
Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Court Room I
10:00 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2011-198488    The State, Respondent, v. Jimmy Lee Wilson, Jr., Appellant.

Appellate Defender Benjamin John Tripp, of Columbia, for Appellant. Breen Richard Stevens, of Orangeburg, for Appellant. Attorney General Alan McCrory Wilson and Assistant Attorney General Mark Reynolds Farthing, both of Columbia, for Respondent.

Jimmy Wilson, Jr., appeals his conviction for third-offense possession of cocaine, arguing the trial court should not have admitted testimony in which a reference was made to his post-arrest silence.

 
10:40 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2012-213154    CoastalStates Bank, Respondent, v. Hanover Homes of South Carolina, LLC; Hanover Homes, Inc.; George Cosman, Defendant, Of Whom George Cosman is the Appellant. George Cosman, Third-Party Plaintiff, v. Phillip Petrozzelli, Third-Party Defendant.

Richard R. Gleissner of Gleissner Law Firm, LLC, of Columbia, for Appellant. Russell Pierce Patterson of Russell P. Patterson PA, of Hilton Head Island, for Respondent.

In this appeal from an order granting partial summary judgment to Coastal States Bank in its breach of contract action against Hanover Homes of South Carolina, LLC, Hanover Homes, Inc., and George Cosman, Cosman argues the trial court erred in: (1) finding the guarantees were controlling; (2) finding the statute of limitations had not expired; and (3) granting Coastal States Bank summary judgment while also finding a genuine issue of material fact existed as to Cosman's defenses to Coastal States Bank's breach of contract claim.

 
11:20 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2012-213175    Gilbert Chavis, Employee, v. AVX Corporation, Employer, and Liberty Mutual Insurance, Carrier, In Re: AVX Corporation and Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, Respondents, v. South Carolina Second Injury Fund, Appellant.

Latonya Dilligard Edwards of Dilligard Edwards, LLC, of Columbia, for Appellant. Roy Allen Howell, III, and Kirsten Leslie Barr, both of Trask & Howell, LLC, of Mt. Pleasant, for Respondents.

This appeal considers whether the Circuit Court properly affirmed the Workers' Compensation Commission's conclusion that the Respondent's claim for reimbursement was timely commenced in accordance with S.C. Code Ann. 15-3-600.

 
Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Court Room I
10:00 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2012-212219    Michael Mauldin, Respondent, v. Carol Vander Heide, Murray Mitchell, Pamela Weiss, Eileen Korpita, Karl Werdunn, Debra Werdunn, and Mark E. Kosobucki, Defendants, Of Whom Murray Mitchell and Pamela Weis are, Appellants.

Susan King Dunn, of Charleston, for Appellants. Julius Wistar Babb, IV, and J. Lewis Cromer, both of J. Lewis Cromer & Associates, LLC, of Columbia, for Respondent. John P. Freeman, of Columbia, for Respondent. Warren C. Powell, Jr., of Bruner, Powell, Wall & Mullins, LLC, of Columbia, for Respondent.

Appellants, parents of members of the Irmo High School girl's soccer team, appeal the circuit court's decision denying them costs and attorney's fees under the South Carolina Frivolous Civil Proceedings Sanctions Act. They argue the circuirt court erred because the team's coach filed a baseless lawsuit against them for communications related to concerns about the treatment of team members.

 
10:40 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2012-213449    Joseph Williams, Appellant, v. Marie Wilson, Respondent.

Dietrich Andre' Lake of The Lake Law Firm, of Columbia, for Appellant. Curtis Lyman Ott and Laura Watkins Jordan, both of Gallivan, White & Boyd, PA, of Columbia, for Respondent.

This appeal arises from a negligence action by Appellant Joseph Williams against Respondent Marie Wilson. The jury returned a verdict and an award in favor of Appellant, and the trial court ordered a new trial nisi remittitur. On appeal, Appellant argues the trial court erred by (1) granting; a new trial nisi remittitur and (2) issuing two final orders without giving Appellant an opportunity to be heard on the matter.

 
11:20 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2012-212062    Trumaine V. Moorer, Respondent, v. Norfolk Southern Railway Company, Appellant.

Paul F. Tecklenburg and Rivers Thomas Jenkins, III, of Tecklenburg & Jenkins, LLC, of Charleston, for Appellant. John E. Parker of Peters Murdaugh Parker Eltzroth & Detrick, PA, of Hampton, for Respondent.

Norfolk Southern Railway appeals several of the circuit court's decisions during the trial of this negligence action under the Federal Employer's Liability Act. They include (1) denying the Railway's motions for directed verdict and judgment notwithstanding the verdict as to negligent assignment because the Railway had no duty to manage an employee's medical care; (2) denying the Railways motion for directed verdict and judgment notwithstanding the verdict as to the prompt aid claim because the Railway was not put on notice of an emergency; (3) failing to direct a verdit as to future lost wages when the employee's condition was still subject to improvement; (4) admitting a letter regarding a physician's opinion based on a limited amount of medical records; and (5) instructing the jury to determine the extent of the duty of the Railway to provide a safe workplace and refusing to instruct the jury regarding the impact safety violations may have on the question of contributory negligence.

 
12:00 p.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2012-212630    The State, Respondent, v. Jamie Edward Morris, Appellant

Appellate Defender Robert M. Pachak, of Columbia, for Appellant. Attorney General Alan McCrory Wilson and Assistant Attorney General John Benjamin Aplin, of Columbia, for Respondent.

Jaime Edward Morris appeals his conviction of aiding and abetting homicide by child abuse, arguing the State failed to present substantial circumstantial evidence of his guilt.

 
Thursday, January 16, 2014
Court Room I
10:00 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2012-213494    Patricia Johnson, Appellant, v. Staffmark, and New Hampshire Insurance Company, Respondents.

Paula Howker Amick and Patrick Sinclair Scarlett, both of George Sink, PA Injury Lawyers, of Columbia, for Appellant. Grady Larry Beard and Ben Gibbs Leaphart, Jr., both of Sowell Gray Stepp & Laffitte, LLC, of Columbia, for Respondents.

Appellant Patricia Johnson appeals the Appellate Panel of the South Carolina Workers' Compensation Commission's finding that she did not sustain compensable injuries to her left leg and left foot when she fell while entering a doorway in her workplace. Johnson argues the Commission erred in finding: (1) her injuries did not arise out of employment, and (2) her injuries were the result of an idiopathic failure of the left ankle.

 
10:40 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2012-213600    Jennifer Harmon Scott, Appellant, v. Allen L. Fortner and Jason C. Griffin, Respondents.

Jon Eric Newlon of McCravy Newlon & Sturkie Law Firm, P.A., of Greenwood, for Appellant. Jack D. Griffeth and Ross Buchanan Plyler, both of Collins & Lacy, PC, of Greenville, for Respondents.

 
Tuesday, January 7, 2014
Court Room II
10:00 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2011-201326    The State, Respondent, v. Michael Rogers, Appellant.

Chief Appellate Defender Robert Michael Dudek, of Columbia, for Appellant. Attorney General Alan McCrory Wilson and Senior Assistant Deputy Attorney General Salley W. Elliott, both of Columbia, for Respondent.

This appeal considers whether the circuit court erred in denying Rodgers's motion to dismiss pursuant to S.C. Code Ann. 16-11-450. Rodgers argues that the statute provides him with immunity from prosecution, because the evidence shows the decedent was an uninvited guest who attacked him with a knife which resulted in a struggle that fatally wounded the decedent.

 
10:40 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2011-201808    The State, Respondent, v. Christopher Lee Johnson, Appellant.

Appelllate Defender Carmen Vaughn Ganjehsani, of Columbia, for Appellant. Attorney General Alan McCrory Wilson and Assistant Attorney General Mark Reynolds Farthing, both of Columbia, for Respondent.

Christopher Lee Johnson appeals his conviction for DUI, arguing the trial court erred in denying his motion to dismiss the DUI charge after the Greenville Police Department failed to provide a valid reason for its violation of the video recording requirements of S.C. Code ยง 56-5-2953 (2010).

 
11:20 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2011-204287    The State, Respondent, v. Malik Matthews, Appellant.

Appellate Defender Susan Barber Hackett, of Columbia, for Appellant. Attorney General Alan McCrory Wilson and Assistant Attorney General Jennifer Ellis Roberts of Columbia, for Respondent.

Malik Matthews appeals his conviction for grand larceny, arguing the trial court erred in: (1) refusing to grant a mistrial based upon a prosecution witness's improper comment upon his post-arrest exercise of his right to silence, which violated his Fifth Amendment right to silence and his right to a fair trial as guaranteed by the Sixth and Fourteenth Amendments; (2) denying his request for a continuance to permit him to obtain the transcript from his first trial that ended in a mistrial due to a hung jury, which denied him his Sixth Amendment right to counsel and a fair trial; and (3) admitting into evidence the in-court identification of Matthews by the owner of the burglarized home because the owner's identification was tainted by his view of Matthews' booking photograph on the internet shortly after his arrest, which violated his right to due process of law and a fair trial guaranteed by the Sixth and Fourteenth Amendments.

 
Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Court Room II
10:00 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2012-212678    Carolyn Mitchell Powell, Appellant, v. Ashlin Blanchard Potterfield; J. Michael Taylor; Taylor/Potterfield; Golden, Taylor Potterfield and Barron; Reid Smith; and Price, Bird & Smith, P.A., Defendants, Of whom Ashlin Blanchard Potterfield,; J. Michael Taylor, and Taylor/Potterfield are the Respondents.

Thomas A. Pendarvis and Catherine Brown Kerney, both of Pendarvis Law Offices, PC, of Beaufort, for Appellant. Charles E. Hill and R. Hawthorne Barrett, both of Turner Padget Graham & Laney, PA, of Columbia, for Respondents.

In this legal malpractice case, Appellant Carolyn Powell (Client) seeks review of the circuit court's order granting summary judgment to Respondents Ashlin Potterfield and Michael Taylor (Attorneys) and Respondent Taylor/Potterfield. Client argues the circuit court erred in concluding that Client failed to present even a scintilla of evidence on the damages element of her malpractice claim. Client also argues that summary judgment was premature because Client had not completed discovery.

 
10:40 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2012-212864    Fredda A. Cathey Meehan, Appellant, v. Jerry A. Meehan, Sr., Respondent.

Candy M. Kern-Fuller of Upstate Law Group, LLC, of Easley, for Appellant. Michael F. Mullinax, of Anderson, for Respondent.

 
11:20 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)
2010-164306    Ronald I. Roberts, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

Jerry Nicholas Theos, of Uricchio Howe Krell Jacobson Toporek Theos & Keith, PA, of Charleston, for Petitioner. Assistant Attorney General Ashleigh Rayanna Wilson, of Columbia, for Respondent.

In this belated direct appeal, Ronald I. Roberts asserts error in the trial court's denial of both his motion for directed verdict and his motion to dismiss an indictment that was confusing and led to a confusing jury verdict, where the original indictment charged him with trafficking in excess of two hundred grams of cocaine, evidence adduced at trial showed the weight of the cocaine in question to be less than two hundred grams of cocaine, and the indictment was at some unknown point partially altered to indicate a charge of trafficking in excess of one hundred grams of cocaine.

 
Cases to be Submitted Without Oral Argument
2011-190826 Donald C. Brevard, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2012-212092 Charles Ray Dean, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2012-207568 Christopher Santiago, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2012-210406 The State, Respondent, v. Isaiah Marcus Brown, Appellant.

2012-212417 Alex Brice Graham, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2012-212163 Sherman Graham, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2012-212594 Larry A. Yates, Appellant, v. The Estate of Alvin Yates, Respondents.

2012-212455 The State, Respondent, v. Michael Allen Wright, Appellant.

2012-213158 James Corbett, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2012-211388 Benjamin Garrick, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2011-190110 Luzenski Allen Cottrell, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2012-206649 James L. Farrow, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2012-212909 James E. Kennedy, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2012-212485 The State, Respondent, v. Juwan Darnell Lomax, Appellant.

2013-000067 The State, Respondent, v. Darius M.Perry, Jr., Apellant.

2011-189086 Glenn Pernell, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2011-192648 Felton Yawn, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2012-212504 Nicolas Brown, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2011-189067 Kenneth Walker, Jr., Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2012-209626 The State, Respondent, v. Randy Mitchell, Appellant.

2011-203366 The State, Respondent, v. Clarence J. Fishburne, Appellant.

2012-213507 Richard Ridley,#285091, Respondent, v. South Carolina Department of Corrections, Appellant.

2011-183388 William J. Wood, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2011-192989 Stanley O. Williams, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2012-210168 Lisa Ann Blakeney, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2013-001605 The State, Respondent, v. Adrian C. Lawrence, Appellant.

2012-212355 The State, Respondent, v. Curtis Julius McKie, Appellant.

2012-212608 Adrian Allen, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2012-212873 Christopher Kinloch, Respondent, v. Chelita Pinkney, Appellant.

2012-212153 Sintari A. Summers, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2012-213278 Patricia A. Frierson, Appellant, v. Kimberly S. Clark, Respondent.

2012-213492 Kenneth Epps, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2012-213710 Pamela Maner, Appellant, v. Marion Maner, IV, Respondent.

2012-211093 Sterling Green, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2011-194087 The State, Respondent, v. Quentin Gause, Appellant.

2012-212529 State, Respondent v. Denia Dawkins, Appellant

2011-205428 The State, Respondent, v. Robert Lee, Jr., Appellant.

2012-212416 Jovon Brown, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2012-210626 Janneth E. Sanders, Respondent, v. Launeil Sanders, Appellant.

2012-212094 Desmond Briggs, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2011-182627 Angelo Bernard Ham, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2012-213230 The State, Respondent, v. Larry Todd Perry, Appellant.

2012-212427 The State, Respondent, v. Douglas M. Thompson, Appellant.

2012-213482 Linda Burris, Appellant, v. Lexington/Richland School District 5, Employer, and South Carolina School Board Insurance Trust, Carrier, Respondents.

2012-213324 Terrence A. Baker, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2012-212521 Eugene Avila Santiago, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2012-211088 Kevin L. Grant, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2013-000365 Samuel Abiodun, Respondent, v. State of South Carolina, Petitioner.

2012-212318 Robert H. Breakfield, as attorney-in-fact, Respondent, v. Mell Woods, Appellant.