Solomon, Jr. Requested by: The Honorable Carroll A. Opinion concerning whether or not the South Carolina Department of Corrections can, for its internal classification purposes, place inmates convicted of criminal sexual conduct in the third degree an offense defined by the General Assembly as non-violent in a classification category with offenses defined as violent pursuant to S.
Opinion requesting clarification as to whether Mrs. Opinion regarding a procedure the Chief of SLED intends to implement regarding the handling of evidence at the new forensic laboratory. Steven A. Requested by The Honorable T. Opinion questioning whether a private security guard has the right to sign an arrest warrant on a suspect that has committed an offense on the property the security guard is contracted to protect, and whether he has authority off the protected property, such as providing security for an arrestee at a medical facility or while booking an arrestee into jail.
Opinion questioning whether a magistrate may impose a fine or jail time and order a defendant to make restitution to the victim of a fraudulent check violation. Opinion questioning whether grant funds e.
Opinion raising questions regarding the obligations of a municipality to its community, schools, day cares, businesses, etc. Opinion questioning whether law enforcement can arrest the defendant for violation of a condition of the bond that was imposed inasmuch as they have knowledge of such conviction.
Opinion questioning whether the language of the constitutional amendment allows a local appropriation authority i. Section which deals with accidents involving police vehicles. Opinion regarding the arrest of out-of-state offenders who are supervised in South Carolina pursuant to the Interstate Compact for Adult Offender Supervision the Compact.
Opinion on whether or not a principal, teacher, or school aide, can administer a pre-measured injection of a hormone from an insect sting kit where the school has been requested to take such action under the written directions of a physician and is provided with the written consent of the parents.
The Victim of a crime in South Carolina has a constitutional right to access the documents relating to the crime in which they were involved in before trial. Opinion questioning whether a felon or an individual with a CDV conviction may hunt with a muzzleloader in South Carolina.
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