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Myrtle Beach Purchase of Liquor by Person under 21

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Myrtle Beach Purchase of Liquor by Person under 21

Monday, February 16th, 2015

Purchase of Liquor by Person under 21 and other alcohol crimes can destroy a minor’s record. even though it may seem that this is a small crime, Purchase of Liquor by Person under 21 can have collateral consequences that will cause unwanted frustration later in life with school, employment, and professional licensing issues. Elements Of The Offense: A. That the accused, under 21 years of age did purchase, attempt to purchase, consume, or knowingly possess alcoholic liquors, OR B. That … Read more

Open Container of Beer and Wine in Moving Vehicle

Monday, February 16th, 2015

Myrtle Beach Open Container Defense Lawyer   Elements Of The Offense: 1. That the accused did have in his possession any beer or wine in an open container in a moving vehicle of any kind while located upon the public highways or highway rights of way of this state, except in the trunk or luggage compartment. Penalty: Fine of not more than $100 or imprisonment for not more than 30 days. Open Container charges are often charged along with other … Read more

Myrtle Beach Minor in Possession of Alcohol Lawyers

Monday, February 16th, 2015

Myrtle Beach Minor in Possession of Alcohol Lawyers Justin M. Lovely and Amy S. Lawrence defend minors charged with possession of beer or alcohol. Watch this video as Mr. Lovely explains the MIP charges. Minor in Possession of Alcohol charges happen frequently in Conway and along the Myrtle Beach coast. Many areas of Myrtle Beach are populated with bars and nightclubs that cater to the summer tourism crowd. Law Enforcement patrols these local Myrtle Beach drinking establishments in search of … Read more

Alcohol-Distilleries Violation

Monday, February 16th, 2015

Myrtle Beach Alcohol Violations   ALCOHOL – DISTILLERIES, ETC. Elements Of The Offense of Alcohol-Distilleries Violation : 1. That the accused did (any one or more of the following): a. Manufacture, sell, give, or possess a distillery or any integral part thereof, or any device for the purpose of manufacturing alcoholic liquors in violation of the law. (§61-6-4100) b. Knowingly permit or allow another person to have or possess or locate on the accuser’s premises, any apparatus for distilling or … Read more

Criminal Domestic Violence High and Aggravated Nature

Monday, February 16th, 2015

SECTION Criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature; elements; penalty; conditional probation; statutory offense. (A) A person who violates Section 16-25-20(A) is guilty of the offense of criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature when one of the following occurs. The person commits: (1) an assault and battery which involves the use of a deadly weapon or results in serious bodily injury to the victim; or (2) an assault, with or without an accompanying battery, which … Read more

Assault and Battery High and Aggravated Nature

Monday, February 16th, 2015

Assault and Battery High and Aggravated Nature carries serious time in prison. The criminal defense attorneys at The Lovely Law Firm can defend your case. These cases generally turn on what is considered “great bodily injury” Specific case law examples have determined what the Court will define this to mean. Every case is different. If you have been charged with this assault crime, do not delay pick up your phone and get your free consultation to discuss your rights and … Read more

Lynching – Assault and Battery by a Mob

Friday, February 13th, 2015

Assault and Battery by a Mob ASSAULT & BATTERY BY A MOB – FIRST DEGREE Exempt Felony Code §16-3-210(B) CDR Code 3431 Elements Of The Offense of Assault and Battery by a Mob 1st degree: 1. That a person’s death resulted from the violence inflicted upon him by a mob, and 2. That the accused was a member of that mob. Note: A mob is defined in §16-3-230 as an assemblage of two or more persons, without color or authority … Read more

Harassment Stalking Lawyers Myrtle Beach

Friday, February 13th, 2015

Harassment Stalking Harassment Stalking Lawyers in Myrtle Beach are necessary for any such charge. Below is a summary of the penalties and elements of each of these crimes. HARASSMENT, 1ST DEGREE Elements Of The Offense: A. 1. That the accused used a pattern of intentional, substantial, and unreasonable intrusion into the private life of a targeted person that serves no legitimate purpose. 2. The accused caused the person (and would have caused a reasonable person) to suffer mental or emotional … Read more

Assault and Battery 2nd Degree

Friday, February 13th, 2015

Assault and 2nd Degree Battery Myrtle Beach Assault and Battery 2nd Degree Lawyer Elements Of The Offense of Assault and Battery 2nd Degree : That the accused unlawfully injured another person, or offers or attempts to injure another person with the present ability to do so, and: (a) moderate bodily injury to another person results or moderate bodily injury to another person could have resulted; or (b) the act involves the nonconsensual touching of the private parts of an adult, … Read more

1st Degree Assault and Battery

Friday, February 13th, 2015

1st Degree Battery And Assault Myrtle Beach Assault and Battery 1st Lawyer   Assault and Battery 1st Degree Elements Of The Offense of Assault and Battery 1st Degree: That the accused unlawfully (a) injures another person, and the act: (i) involves nonconsensual touching of the private parts of an adult, either under or above clothing, with lewd and lascivious intent; or (ii) occurred during the commission of a robbery, burglary, kidnapping, or theft; or (b) offers or attempts to injure … Read more

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