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Campus crawl (access required)

The Charleston School of Law campus was quiet, almost peaceful, on the sweltering eve of Labor Day weekend. The bustling city bus stop wedged between the school’s Meeting Street building and its library on Mary Street was a different story. ...

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Too late (access required)

Remember when the South Carolina Supreme Court declared that the state’s solicitor-controlled criminal docket was unconstitutional. That happened in November 2012, when the court issued the Langford decision. Two years, nine months and a few weeks later, solicitors are still ...

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Word of the week – Cattery (access required)

cat·te·ry noun a place where cats are kept while their owners are away http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/cattery Her cattery is known as the “Calumet Kennel,” and there is no better judge of cats in the country than Mrs. Colburn. Concerning Cats (published 1900) ...

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Cheater, cheater lawsuit eater (access required)

The old saying about cheaters and prosperity appears to be catching up with adultery website AshleyMadison.com. In 2013, Lawyers Weekly wrote about a North Carolina lawyer who was spinning his wheels trying to serve the Toronto-based site with a lawsuit ...

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