The Carolina Law GroupCriminal Lawyer in Greenville, South Carolina
Attorney Monty Desai says even though South Carolina doesn’t have a stop and identify... law, that doesn’t mean people should be resistant.
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
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 challengin
The recent court case back in February 2016 was from a lower district in PA, Notice that South Carolina isn't in Pennsylvan
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.
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?
April is Distracted Driving Awareness month. Nearly 3,500 people were killed in 2015 as a direct result of distracted driving, according to the NHTSA, when drivers were busy texting, talking, eating, and messing with the AC or radio.