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Understanding juvenile proceedings

Families in South Carolina may benefit from learning about some of the differences between juvenile criminal proceedings and adult trials. In most of the country, an individual aged between 10 and 18 is considered a juvenile. In some states, the maximum age to be considered a juvenile is 16. When an older juvenile commits a serious or violent offense, they are more likely to be charged as an adult in court.

Former athlete faces drug possession and DUI charges after crash

Following a Nov. 4 traffic accident, law enforcement officials took a former University of South Carolina football player into custody on multiple charges, including DUI. According to the South Carolina Highway Patrol, the incident occurred at approximately 4:50 a.m. on Cromer Road in Lexington. It was a single-vehicle wreck, reportedly.

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