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Being Forced to Commit a Crime: Understanding the Defense of Duress

Unfortunately, for some people, there are instances where they find themselves forced into committing a crime. Not only can this traumatize someone and jeopardize their life, it also can create a situation that significantly complicates legal proceedings. Being forced to commit a crime, often under the threat of death or bodily harm, is a complex

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Accessory After the Fact

When it comes to criminal law, there are certain terms that carry significant weight and can have serious consequences. One such term is “accessory after the fact.”  Which refers to an individual who knowingly assists or provides support to a person who has committed a crime, typically by hiding or aiding them in escaping law

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Possession of a Stolen Vehicle: What to do if you’re charged

Motor vehicle theft is a serious crime in South Carolina, and the penalties for conviction can be severe. The penalties can include fines, imprisonment, probation, and other court-ordered sanctions. A person can be charged with motor vehicle theft in South Carolina if they knowingly receive, retain, or possess a vehicle that has been stolen. The

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SC Political Consultant Avoids Trial and Prison thanks to Shaun Kent and team

On Wednesday, Richard Quinn Sr., a renowned Republican strategist who had long been the driving force behind an extensive network of political influence within the South Carolina State House, admitted to committing four instances of perjury and two instances of obstructing justice. The plea, which State Judge Carmen Mullen accepted, is referred to as an

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Shaun Kent helps family with $5.4 Million Settlement after motorcycle accident

The Shaun Kent Law Firm has reached a new settlement in a wrongful death lawsuit involving a motorcycle-related accident. The total settlement amount reached was 5.4 million dollars. The lawsuit involved a tragic and unfortunate death related to a vehicle and motorcycle accident. After a thorough investigation and gathering of evidence, our firm was able

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