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As part of the one of the wealthiest parts of South Carolina, Aiken County is a great place to live and visit. Originally, Aiken County was a popular spot for affluent northerners to come during the winter and escape the bitter cold. Today, the county is still very popular for horse trainers and riders.
If you are facing legal charges in Aiken County, there are many Aiken County lawyers who are available to represent you. These legal professionals can representing you in any type of action including personal injury, DUI, divorce, child custody, contract disputes, real estate, criminal defense, insurance, and many more.
An Aiken County teenager recently sued the Aiken County Sheriff’s office and one of its former deputies claiming that he had his constitutional rights violated when he was searched and arrested. A dashboard camera in the arresting officer’s car captured the incident in question that took placed in Aiken County. The lawsuit claims that the former deputy, who was on “thug patrol,” searched and arrested the teenager for no reason. Additionally, the lawsuit claims that the former officer struck the Aiken County teenager in the throat during the course of the incident. The former deputy contends that he arrested the teenager because the teen attempted to head butt him.
Aiken County is served by the South Carolina Second Circuit Court, which is the state’s court of general jurisdiction and hears both civil and criminal cases. Additionally, family disputes are settled in the Family Court of the Second Circuit. Depending on your type of case, you may have to go to either of these courts. A local Aiken County attorney can help you figure out where your case has its best chance of winning.
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