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South Carolina CDV "No Drop" Policy
South Carolina CDV "No Drop" Policy

In South Carolina there is a general policy prohibiting the police or prosecutor's office from dropping a criminal domestic violence charge. This policy is designed to apply in all CDV cases even in ones where the alleged victim does not want the charges upheld. This CDV "no ...

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