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In September, 2000, a dentist was killed while riding his bicycle at 5:45 a.m. on the outskirts of a major South Carolina city. The police fed a story to the press, but an unexpected and unwanted witness appeared to the wife of the deceased, and created havoc for the authorities. This is the story of how law enforcement, prosecutors, attorneys, judges, including a former S In September, 2000, a dentist was killed while riding his bicycle at 5:45 a.m. on the outskirts of a major South Carolina city. The police fed a story to the press, but an unexpected and unwanted witness appeared to the wife of the deceased, and created havoc for the authorities. This is the story of how law enforcement, prosecutors, attorneys, judges, including a former SC Supreme Court Chief Justice, committed criminal acts as they attempted to coerce, threaten, and intimidate an innocent man into admitting his vehicle was the vehicle which killed the dentist. The initial suspect was a former law enforcement officer, and the cover-up ensued. The cover-up continued to the SC Supreme Court Disciplinary Committee, where all charges against all attorneys were ignored. The story is one of betrayal by 5 attorneys for the defendant who was new to South Carolina, attempts by attorneys to have the defendant sign false documents (suborning perjury, a crime), contaminating evidence, refusing to release subpoenaed documents, false statements created and written by law enforcement, and the private investigator who, alone, stood alongside the defendant to fight the corrupt and criminal public officials. The private investigator blindly sacrificed his professional career, his sanity, and his home for the chance to confront the accusers of his client. The private investigator saved the life of his client, and lost sight of his own life and well being. The author of this book is the private investigator who defended his client. Don't Get Arrested in South Carolina is not only a lesson in perseverance, it shows each step of the criminal justice system, from the scene of the crime, arrest, the criminal acts committed by the public officials, plea agreements, bail bonding, and how the public officials control the media. This story is a blueprint of public corruption and criminality, and is replicated in all communities. The defendant in this case just happened to have a private investigator who would not betray the defendant, his client.


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In September, 2000, a dentist was killed while riding his bicycle at 5:45 a.m. on the outskirts of a major South Carolina city. The police fed a story to the press, but an unexpected and unwanted witness appeared to the wife of the deceased, and created havoc for the authorities. This is the story of how law enforcement, prosecutors, attorneys, judges, including a former S In September, 2000, a dentist was killed while riding his bicycle at 5:45 a.m. on the outskirts of a major South Carolina city. The police fed a story to the press, but an unexpected and unwanted witness appeared to the wife of the deceased, and created havoc for the authorities. This is the story of how law enforcement, prosecutors, attorneys, judges, including a former SC Supreme Court Chief Justice, committed criminal acts as they attempted to coerce, threaten, and intimidate an innocent man into admitting his vehicle was the vehicle which killed the dentist. The initial suspect was a former law enforcement officer, and the cover-up ensued. The cover-up continued to the SC Supreme Court Disciplinary Committee, where all charges against all attorneys were ignored. The story is one of betrayal by 5 attorneys for the defendant who was new to South Carolina, attempts by attorneys to have the defendant sign false documents (suborning perjury, a crime), contaminating evidence, refusing to release subpoenaed documents, false statements created and written by law enforcement, and the private investigator who, alone, stood alongside the defendant to fight the corrupt and criminal public officials. The private investigator blindly sacrificed his professional career, his sanity, and his home for the chance to confront the accusers of his client. The private investigator saved the life of his client, and lost sight of his own life and well being. The author of this book is the private investigator who defended his client. Don't Get Arrested in South Carolina is not only a lesson in perseverance, it shows each step of the criminal justice system, from the scene of the crime, arrest, the criminal acts committed by the public officials, plea agreements, bail bonding, and how the public officials control the media. This story is a blueprint of public corruption and criminality, and is replicated in all communities. The defendant in this case just happened to have a private investigator who would not betray the defendant, his client.

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