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Probation, parole not ‘confinement’ under rules (access required)

While on trial for attacking his wife with a barbecue fork after downing moonshine, a Laurens County man opened the door for prosecutors to inform jurors that he was convicted of murder when he was a teen, the South Carolina Court of Appeals has ruled. After the jury convicted Preston Shands Jr., he and his ...

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