We all make lapses in judgement from time to time. You might have dabbled in recreational drugs occasionally and assumed that because you were not harming anyone else in the process that your drug use was safe and reasonable. However, this could not be further from...
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What are the different forms of domestic abuse?
by ryanbeasleylaw | Aug 11, 2021 | Criminal Defense
Domestic abuse and allegations of domestic abuse can have a dramatic impact on everyone involved, including those accused of committing domestic abuse. It is helpful for everyone impacted by domestic abuse to be familiar with what is considered domestic abuse. There...
Should you have a public defender represent you?
by ryanbeasleylaw | Aug 9, 2021 | Criminal Defense
A lot of people who are charged with serious criminal offenses qualify for the services of the public defender agency. This can be a low or even no-cost option for your criminal defense. For this reason, a lot of people elect to be represented by a public defender...
Dabbling in marijuana can be a risky decision
by ryanbeasleylaw | Jul 16, 2021 | Drug Charges
Sure, you may have made some risky decisions in the past. Perhaps you dabbled in marijuana while in college but have since cleaned up your act. You graduated, got a steady job with a reputable company and were able to support your family. Still, marijuana use did not...
What are your rights if you deal with campus police?
by ryanbeasleylaw | Jun 30, 2021 | Drug Charges, Juvenile Crime
Students often make jokes about the campus police. But college students may ignore the role campus police have with protecting them. Student may also seriously underestimate the real world and potentially long-term consequences of an arrest or investigation by campus...
Early intervention can position you well in healthcare fraud case
by ryanbeasleylaw | Jun 11, 2021 | White Collar Crimes
The healthcare industry is incredibly complicated. Not only do doctors and nurses have to be trained and educated sufficiently enough to adequately treat their patients and avoid medical malpractice claims, but they also need to know how the law applies to their...
Four powerful defense options in your drug-related case
by ryanbeasleylaw | May 19, 2021 | Drug Charges
Drug charges, especially those pertaining to drug trafficking, can threaten to upend your life as you know it. If you’re convicted on these serious allegations, then you face the very real possibility of prison time and a criminal record that may haunt you for the...
College students dabbling in drugs may face criminal charges
by ryanbeasleylaw | May 7, 2021 | Drug Charges
Going to college is often a young person’s first taste of independence, but young adults in South Carolina can make mistakes and get caught up in the partying culture of drugs and alcohol. Some may even go as far as dabbling in selling drugs to make a little extra...
Facing fraud charges? Recent case shows importance of intent
by ryanbeasleylaw | Apr 8, 2021 | White Collar Crimes
White collar crimes are those offenses that typically involve some time of fraud in order to acquire financial gain. Embezzlement is a common white collar crime, but prosecutors often bring these types of charges against individuals who work in a professional capacity...
Breaking fraud down into its elements of proof
by ryanbeasleylaw | Apr 7, 2021 | Fraud
White collar crimes are serious legal allegations. In South Carolina, the conduct that can constitute a while collar crime can range from alleged deceit in the procurement of a diploma to using telecommunications devices to commit fraud. At the heart of many white...
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When can people be charged with insurance fraud?
Unexpected events occur in people’s lives in South Carolina. Many of these unexpected events can be very costly as well. This could be a car accident resulting in damage to vehicles and injuries. There could be a hurricane or other weather event that damages people’s...
If you don’t fight, you could end up facing these penalties
There’s certainly a lot at stake when you're facing criminal charges. So, it’s completely normal to feel nervous about the outcome of your case. You shouldn’t let your nerves push you toward accepting a plea deal that isn’t right for you, though. Instead, you need to...
The damage a DUI conviction may do to your career
A DUI conviction promises ramifications beyond criminal penalties. On the surface, you understand that you face incarceration, probation, steep fines, restitution, loss of your driver’s license as well as your vehicle. But digging deeper, you also face stark...
South Carolina man pleads guilty to federal charges
A convicted felon faces seven years in federal prison after pleading guilty to possession of a firearm as well as marijuana possession with intent to distribute. James Eric Hampton, Jr., of Columbia, admitted to selling marijuana when the University of South Carolina...
Here’s how to block the prosecution’s evidence
Drug charges can quickly derail your life, especially if you’re convicted and slapped with the harsh penalties sought by prosecutors. Jail or prison time, enormous fines, a lingering criminal record, and haunting damage to your reputation can all leave you feeling...
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Did peer pressure lead to a DUI for your college student?
Sending your child off to a South Carolina college was likely an event that left you with mixed...
When healthy competition turns to a “study drug” addiction
Some would say that a little competition is healthy. It forces people out of their comfort zones,...
College students aren’t always presumed innocent
College is often a young adult's first time out from under their parents' roof for an extended...