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Different rules for minors in questioning

South Carolina residents may be aware of a Supreme Court decision that held that police must be more careful in how they question minors. People are supposed to be informed of their Miranda rights when they are taken into custody. However, it is not always clear when a person is in custody, and for minors, it may be even less clear.

Man faces new felony charges in connection with fatal collision

Authorities in South Carolina say that a man is facing new charges in connection with a fatal accident that happened on May 6. According to news sources, the 19-year-old Georgetown man had been facing a charge of felony driving under the influence resulting in great bodily harm (death) since that time. Three weeks later, the man was taken into police custody once again and is now facing a second drunk driving charge. Sources report that the new charge stems from injuries suffered by a passenger in the decedent's car.

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