Man From Upstate Area Accused of Aggravated Criminal Domestic Violence
Late Thursday, November 6, the accused attacked a Woodruff woman, beat her and later attempted to stab her. The accused, 32, has been charged with aggravated criminal domestic violence. Accused’s wife reported to the police that her husband attacked her with a knife after binding her arms behind her back with tape. In the struggle, she managed to loose the accused’s hold on the knife, and she, in turn, stabbed him. The wife, after stabbing her husband, in what she claims was self-defense, ran to a neighbor’s house where they called 9-1-1. The police report notes that the woman’s face had many cuts, scrapes, bumps, along with a busted lip, and cuts and scrapes, indicative of self-defense on her hands and arms. The accused is being held in the Spartanburg, SC County Jail after being apprehended. He was denied bond.
CDV In the State of South Carolina
Criminal Domestic Violence (henceforth referred to as “CDV”) being charged with CDV is very serious with potentially serious consequences. If convicted of CDV in the State of South Carolina, you could face jail time, and lose your right to carry or possess a firearm, amongst many other possible consequences. If you are in need of an attorney to represent you or a loved one need representation for this very serious offense with the means to challenge this very serious charge, please learn more here.
Criminal Sexual Misconduct With A Minor
If you have ever watched the news or Law & Order: SVU, you have probably noticed that any kind of criminal sexual conduct with a minor is a serious offense. These types of charges include:
- statutory rape,
- solicitation of a minor, including internet sex crimes,
- sexual assault,
- criminal sexual conduct/rape, or
- the possession or distribution of child pornography
These charges are a top priority for South Carolina, and in Columbia, SC, criminal solicitation of a minor is a charge that, if convicted, will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Since the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force was created in 2005 (overseen by the Attorney General’s Office), it’s made 441 arrests, resulting in 303 being successfully convicted. This showcases just how seriously South Carolina pursues catching and convicting those who commit criminal sexual conduct with a minor.
So You Were Charged With Solicitation Of A Minor:
In today’s world, social media and chat rooms are very prominent, which has led to an increase in solicitation of a minor cases. Just as you or I can use these online sites, so can law enforcement (or the media) who pose as an minor. These people present themselves as an underage person, though not, for the purpose of conducting an online “sting.” If you communicate an intent to engage in sexual activity after learning their age–even if you never meet in person, you can be charged with criminal solicitation of a minor.
Under South Carolina law, you can be force to serve up to 10 years for online child solicitation, a sentence that may bear more jail time than someone convicted with child molestation. If convicted, you’ll be required to be listed on the national sex offender registry–for the rest of your life. You may also face a heavy fine.
Just because you were arrested for criminal sexual conduct with a minor or solicitation of a minor does not mean that you are guilty. It also does not mean that you don’t have the right to a defense. However, simply having these charges brought against you, may be damaging to your education, career, personal life, to name a few. Charges of this nature are personally and professionally damaging even if innocent, and discretion is of the utmost importance in handling this type of case to help you get the best disposition possible.
If you or someone you know has been charged with solicitation of a minor, please contact an attorney immediately. South Carolina has many complex laws regarding criminal sexual conduct with a minor or solicitation of a minor. You will need attorney who knows how the system works to increase your chances of having your charges reduced or dismissed. Let us use our legal know-how to obtain and challenge all evidence, and help you.
NEVADA MORTGAGE LAWS:
In this session, we are going to discuss in somewhat greater details the Nevada Mortgage Laws and how to handle the looming foreclosure crisis which has state of Nevada in the highest ranks in USA.NRS 40.430 Action for recovery of debt secured by mortgage or other lien; “action” defined.Nevada has only One Action Law for the recovery of any debt, or plattslaw.com for the enforcement of any right secured by a mortgage or other lien upon real estate. That action must be in accordance with the provisions of NRS 40.430 to 40.459, inclusive.
What is One Action Rule of Nevada?
This section must be construed to permit a secured creditor to realize upon the collateral for a debt or other obligation agreed upon by the debtor and creditor when the debt or other obligation was incurred. A sale directed by the court pursuant to subsection 1 must be conducted in the same manner as the sale of real property upon execution, by the sheriff of the county in which the encumbered land is situated, and if the encumbered land is situated in two or more counties, the court shall direct the sheriff of one of the counties to conduct the sale with like proceedings and effect as if the whole of the encumbered land were situated in that county.
What this One Action Rule Does Not Include?
(a) To appoint a receiver for, or obtain possession of, any real or personal collateral for the debt or as provided in NRS 32.015.
(b) To enforce a security interest in, or the assignment of, any rents, issues, profits or other income of any real or personal property.
(c) To enforce a mortgage or other lien upon any real or personal collateral located outside of the State which does not, except as required under the laws of that jurisdiction, result in a personal judgment against the debtor.
(d) For the recovery of damages arising from the commission of a tort, including a recovery under NRS 40.750, or the recovery of any declaratory or equitable relief.
(e) For the exercise of a power of sale pursuant to NRS 107.080.