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Anderson County is named for the Revolutionary War general Robert Anderson. The county boasts a mild climate that visitors and residents enjoy, a huge lake, and a strong economy. Anderson County is home to Hartwell Lake which has nearly 1,000 miles of shoreline for residential and recreational use. Additionally, you can see the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains from Anderson County.
If you are facing legal charges in Anderson County, you will want to talk with one of the experienced Anderson County lawyers in the area. These legal professionals are skilled in many areas of law including bankruptcy, DUI, criminal defense, business, real estate, divorce, automobile accidents, and more.
Six black female former employees of the Anderson County Detention Center recently filed suit against Anderson County and the Sheriff. The Sheriff took over operations of the Detention Center in 2006 and promised the employees that much of the running of the center would remain the same and all current employees would be treated equally. However, less than a year later, the six black female employees had been laid off and replaced with white male employees. According to one of the plaintiffs in the case, she allegedly heard that some of the white males she supervised had complained to the new sheriff that they did not like working under a black woman.
When you go to file your lawsuit in Anderson County, you will probably have to go to the 10th Circuit Court of South Carolina. This is one of the smaller courts in the state, and that is why it is important to have a local Anderson County lawyer to make sure your case gets heard by the best judge for your situation.
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