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Columbia, South Carolina, Protestor Who was Shot by Police Rubber Bullets Files Federal Lawsuit

A South Carolina man who attended a protest that was held on May 31st near the Columbia Police Headquarters has filed a federal lawsuit against several parties after he was shot by police multiple times with rubber bullets. Many police agencies…
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Columbia South Carolina residents demand that officers who shot suspects be charged

People all over the United States have become more frustrated as police officers use their firearms in situations where deadly force is not necessary. Incidents where two police officers in Columbia, South Carolina shot black suspects had…
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South Carolina Police Fatally Shoots Handcuffed Man

Former Chester High School football standout, Ariane McCree, was killed in Chester County by two officers on November 25th, 2019. McCree was suspected of bolting with a $45.87 door handle from a Walmart store without paying. He chose to use…
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Greenville South Carolina officer has a history of violence. How much violence are police allowed to use?

A police officer in the Greenville area is facing domestic violence charges after beating his pregnant girlfriend.  South Carolina officer has a history of violence that spans almost a decade The state brought charges for multiple counts…
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Are Police Officers Allowed to Use Excessive Force in Greenville, SC?

Police officers have a difficult job to carry out on a day to day basis. They have the responsibility of ensuring the streets of Greenville, SC remain safe from all forms of crime. Because of the danger which often accompanies their jobs,…
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Can an Officer Run My License Plate in Greenville, SC?

Police officers often run license plates if they are suspicious that a crime may be taking place. They may also run plates randomly, simply to ensure no one who is supposed to be off the road is trying to break the rules and drive around.…
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Is There a Law Against Police Brutality in Greenville, SC?

Victims of police brutality often find themselves in a sort of paradoxical situation in which they need to reach out for help but they are not quite sure who to reach out to. When it comes to nearly every other crime the first body of authority…