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Aiken County

Aug 1, 2018

County left holding bag of VCRs and fax machines

Aiken County, South Carolina was just one of 11 municipalities recently involved in a lawsuit brought over antiquated computer monitors and cathode ray tube television sets. According to an Aiken Standard article, the lawsuit was brought by Carolina Pines LLC, which owned a facility where North Carolina-based company Creative Recycling Systems maintained a graveyard of […]

Jun 8, 2018

Judge blocks planned shutdown of Savannah River Site project

COLUMBIA (AP) A federal judge has blocked the proposed shutdown of a plant in South Carolina which would turn plutonium used in nuclear weapons into fuel for nuclear reactors. U.S. District Court Judge Michelle Childs handed down the decision June 7 on the MOX Project at the Savannah River Site in Aiken County. Instead of […]

Feb 22, 2018

Man gets 25 years in deaths of 2 South Carolina road workers

AIKEN (AP) A South Carolina man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison in a hit and run that killed two transportation department employees. Court records in Aiken show that 30-year-old Lonnie Dean Miller of Clearwater recently pleaded guilty to two counts of reckless homicide, two counts of hit and run involving death and […]

Mar 20, 2015

Aiken County coroner sues county over transportation costs

AIKEN (AP) — Aiken County Coroner Tim Carlton has sued the county council and county administrator because of a dispute over which company will remove dead bodies from crime scenes. Local media outlets reported that Carlton wants to continue using Rucker’s Removal Service in Langley, which has handled death cases since the early 1990s. County […]

Apr 20, 2011

Workers’ Compensation – Causation – Hearing Loss – Perjury – Intrinsic Fraud

Samonsky v. BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc. (Lawyers Weekly No. 011-060-11, 3 pp.) (Per Curiam) Appealed from Aiken County Circuit Court. (Doyet A. Early III, J.) S.C. App. Unpub. Click here for the full text of the opinion. Holding: Claimant’s doctors could not causally relate claimant’s vertigo, hearing loss, tinnitus or hernia to his job, and the […]

Mar 18, 2011

Domestic Relations – Equitable Distribution – Separate & Marital Properties – Rental Houses – Bank Account

Smallwood v. Smallwood. Even though, during the first five years of the parties' marriage, the respondent-wife helped to manage the rental properties that the appellant-husband had purchased . . .

Mar 4, 2011

Criminal Practice – Criminal Sexual Conduct – First Impression – Suicide Attempt – Evidence – Admissibility – Consciousness of Guilt – Evidence of Flight

State v. Orozco. Evidence that a man accused of sexual misconduct with minors attempted suicide after one of the children told her mother was admissible to show his consciousness . . .

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