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Feb 1, 2021

Grand juror gets probation for tipping off family member

COLUMBIA (AP) — A federal grand jury member who tipped off a family member about upcoming indictments and drug arrests has been sentenced to three years of probation, prosecutors said. Alicia Renee Coleman, 51, of Rock Hill, pleaded guilty last year to a felony charge of obstruction of justice. A judge, noting Coleman had no […]

Apr 20, 2018

Suspended South Carolina sheriff pleads not guilty

GREENVILLE (AP) — A South Carolina sheriff suspended this week after being charged with misconduct in office and obstruction of justice has pleaded not guilty. Suspended Greenville County Sheriff Will Lewis was arraigned April 19 and was given a bond that does not require him to post any money. Lewis would not talk with reporters after […]

Aug 3, 2016

Civil Rights — Qualified Immunity Reversed for Police Officers

Graham v. Gagnon (Lawyers Weekly No. 001-132-16, 29 pp.) (Floyd, J.) No. 15-1521, July 27, 2016; USDC at Alexandria, Va. (Ellis, J.) 4th Cir. Holding: The 4th Circuit reverses summary judgment for defendant police officers in a woman’s suit alleging the officers violated her Fourth Amendment rights by arresting her without probable cause for obstruction […]

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