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The summary following each opinion is prepared to offer lawyers and the public a general overview of what a particular opinion decides. The summary is not necessarily a full description of the issues discussed in an opinion.12-6-2010 - Opinions
This is a disciplinary opinion in which the Court imposed a public reprimand on a lawyer.26897 - In the Matter of Harry Ennis Bodiford
This is a disciplinary opinion in which the Court publicly reprimanded a lawyer.26898 - In the Matter of Patrick James Thomas Kelley
This is a disciplinary opinion in which the Court publicly reprimanded a lawyer.26899 - In the Matter of James Archie Patrick
This is a disciplinary opinion in which the Court disbarred a lawyer.26900 - In the Matter of Fred Wallace Woods, Jr.
This is a disciplinary opinion in which the Court imposed a public reprimand on a lawyer.26901 - Gillespie v. State
In this opinion, the Court dismisses an appeal by SCDMV from an order of the circuit court because SCDMV is not a party.12-6-2010 - Orders
12-13-2010 - Opinions
This case involves an action in which Respondent sought foreclosure of a mechanic's lien, alleging breach of contract, and in the alternative, seeking judgment under quantum meruit.26904 - State v. Torres
Defendant appealed the admission of autopsy photographs and videotape recording during the sentencing phase of his capital murder trial. The circuit court found that the evidence did not violate South Carolina Rule of Evidence 403 and did not introduce an arbitrary factor into the proceeding. This Court affirms.12-20-2010 - Opinions
The Court affirmed a circuit court order holding that a provision in an employer-purchased automobile liability policy providing for an offset of workers compensation benefits against an employee's uninsured motorist recovery was enforcable.12-20-2010 - Orders
The Court affirms as modified the court of appeals decision regarding the issuance of an order to execute and levy a judgment against Petitioners.