Drug Charges, Fines, Penalties & More.

Everything you want to know about drug charges in South Carolina.

Crystal Meth Charges in SC: The Complete List

Crystal Meth Charges in SC: The Complete List

Crystal methamphetamine (meth) is a stimulant drug that's often synthesized and consumed in a variety of different forms. Like many other addictive drugs, possessing and selling crystal meth is illegal and heavily penalized. Manufacturing meth is a bigger issue than...

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Cocaine Charges in SC: All You Need To Know

Cocaine Charges in SC: All You Need To Know

Sugar. Blow. Stardust. Nose candy. Cocaine, by any other name, is still an illegal drug. South Carolina is serious about holding accountable anyone who uses, sells or even just possesses cocaine or related paraphernalia. And the penalties are severe. Are you facing a...

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Special Drug Charges in SC: Schools & Parks

Special Drug Charges in SC: Schools & Parks

Former President Reagan’s War on Drugs started with drug-free zone initiatives. Now, all 50 states and Washington, D.C. have laws that increase penalties for drug charges that occur within a certain distance of schools and public parks. If you’re facing drug charges...

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SC Weed Laws: Fines, Penalties, Jail Time

SC Weed Laws: Fines, Penalties, Jail Time

After road tripping through Colorado’s Rocky Mountains, you’re back home in South Carolina, meeting up on a friend’s porch to share a few souvenirs. You pull out your brand new bong and a bag of weed you scored at a local shop in Denver. Your wide-eyed buddy says,...

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