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  • Tune in to Watch Attorney Hisker on A&E’s Accused: Guilty or Innocent
    Tune in to Watch Attorney Hisker on A&E’s Accused: Guilty or Innocent

    In March 2017, 20-year-old Brandon Lewis Joyner was charged with paralyzing David Turner, a 60-year-old man. There were two sides to the story, and they were drastically different. Tune in to A&E’s ...

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  • What Are the Rules for Raising Self-Defense in a Criminal Case?
    What Are the Rules for Raising Self-Defense in a Criminal Case?

    What Are the Rules for Raising Self-Defense in a Criminal Case in South Carolina? South Carolina’s Protection of Persons and Property Act, also called the “Castle Doctrine” or “Stand Your Ground” law, ...

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  • Pre-Arrest Investigation
    Pre-Arrest Investigation

    What Is the Investigation Process Before an Arrest? Generally, before law enforcement can take a person into custody, they must investigate to establish grounds that the individual likely broke the ...

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  • High-and-Aggravated Assault and Battery Trial Over and Defendant Found Not Guilty!
    High-and-Aggravated Assault and Battery Trial Over and Defendant Found Not Guilty!

    In 2017, Brandon Lewis Joyner, a 20-year-old man was charged with paralyzing David Turner, a 60-year-old man, and trial just ended. Attorney Steven Hisker was sitting in the courtroom Tuesday and gave ...

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  • What You Need to Know About Drugs and Vehicle Searches in South Carolina
    What You Need to Know About Drugs and Vehicle Searches in South Carolina

    The sound of sirens blaring behind you is often one of the most stressful and overwhelming sounds a person can hear while driving. In fact, the whole experience of being pulled to the side of the road ...

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  • Why You Should Hire a Lawyer for Bond Hearings
    Why You Should Hire a Lawyer for Bond Hearings

    Our Firm Can Answer All of Your Bond Hearing Reduction Questions If you have been accused of a crime in South Carolina, chances are that you are scheduled to attend an arraignment very soon (if you ...

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