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Kenny Tripp
· July 31, 2017
I was injured on the job back in 2015 after dealing with workers compensation for about the first month I decided I needed to get an attorney I was referred to the Carolina Law Group and I was very sa...tisfied on how I was treated from the beginning all the way till I received my settlement. The staff at the office were always very helpful and always took care of any issues which was more than we should have had to deal with from workers comp. If you are in need of a caring and great attorney contact the Carolina Law Group. See More
Asher Watson
· April 5, 2018
I have known Mitchell, Nihar and Monty for a long, long time, and they provide exceptional representation to their clients. We are privileged to have them as part of the Greenville Bar.
Joshua W. Bishop
· January 25, 2018
Steve Young is a pit bull!!! Thanks so much for your help.
Jeremy Blakeney
· June 22, 2016
Do not come here. Monty Desai has a piss poor understanding of SC law. It's very apparent in this recent article.

Attorney Monty Desai says even though South Carolina doesn’t have a stop and identify... law, that doesn’t mean people should be resistant. “Are you required? Not necessarily. Can you be detained until your identity if verified? Yes,”

How could police detain someone until their identify is verified if SC doesn't have Stop and Identify laws? That law gives police authority to detain someone and demand ID if the person is reasonable suspected to be engaged in criminal activity. It's completely contradicting and is very telling on the type of lawyers at the "Carolina Law Group" when a "Partner" is deliberately or through ignorance, gives false legal information to a public news station.

It gets worse.

Monty Desai is also quoted in the article:

“If the question is, is it your first amendment right to record police, the answer to that according to a court recently in February of 2016, the answer is no you do not, unless you’re challenging a particular conduct of police,”

The recent court case back in February 2016 was from a lower district in PA, Notice that South Carolina isn't in Pennsylvania. Monty Desai is basically saying that since it's not exactly legal in PA that it also might not be legal in SC. No different than saying that laws in South Carolina apply to New Hampshire.

To add even more insult to injury, there are other circuits within the US that have ruled multiple times, recording police is in fact a 1st amendment right. Glik v. Cunniffe 2011, Fordyce v. City of Seattle 1995, ACLU v. Alvarez 2012, Smith v. City of Cumming 2000.

Seriously, do not go to this law group. They have a partner who is either a liar about the law or too ignorant to know what the law says.
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Derek Brown
· March 3, 2015
These guys are the best. If you ever get hurt and don't know who to call... Make sure The Carolina Law Group is you first call. They will explain your rights and will fight for you.
Rebeka Pedrosa Sallé
· August 4, 2017
Highly professional, great communication skills, reasonable rates and Javier Spinoza was phenomenal.
Erin Powell
· October 12, 2016
Monty and his team are amazing, patient, and get results! They won my case for me and were a life saver!
Cinthia Pamela DeleonAbad Tejada
· January 27, 2017
These lawyers give very deceiving information. The level of miscommunications and misinformation it's incredibly.
Robby Henderson
· July 1, 2016
I do not think you understand first amendment at all Mr.Monty D. Desai
Raquel Lynn
· October 3, 2016
The Best attorney in town. Their whole team is amazing ! ❤️
Mukund Desai
· April 27, 2017
They r best &most SINCERE, Hard working group! All the best.
Gerald Graves
· March 10, 2016
Do they help with Divorce for free need some info I'm in Anderson Sc got married in nyc
Mark Nix
· March 12, 2014
There on top of there game!
Tino Reyes
· September 14, 2014
Gracias por dejarnos ser parte de su evento estamos para servirle
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A new bill proposes a ban on the sale of caffeinated energy drinks to minors under 18 in South Carolina, in response to the death of 16-year-old Davis Cripe last year from too much caffeine. What do you think, are you for or against this proposed restriction?

Chapin teenager Davis Allen Cripe died last year after drinking too much caffeine. Now, a S.C. House member from Richland County wants to ban the sale of energy drinks to teens under 18.
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