Criminal Defense

South Carolina’s New Open Carry Law Explained

South Carolina’s new open carry law took effect on March 7th. Governor Henry McMaster held a ceremonial signing on March 19th of the highly controversial law.

What Happens if I Violate a Restraining Order or Order of Protection in South Carolina?

While restraining orders are not criminal charges in themselves, they can cause serious damage to your career, reputation, and family life.

What Does it Mean to be Under Criminal Investigation in Lancaster, South Carolina?

Being under criminal investigation can be an overwhelming and alarming experience. Having a skilled and experienced criminal defense lawyer by your side can help you navigate the complexities of the law.

Expunge a Criminal Record in South Carolina

Past mistakes can haunt your life forever. If you have a criminal record in South Carolina, you face barriers in housing, employment, education, government assistance, and more.

What to Do When You Are Accused of Assault in Rock Hill, South Carolina

At Barboza Law, we understand the need to act quickly to protect your best interests and mitigate the damage. Contact a Lancaster criminal defense attorney as soon as possible if you have been charged with assault.

How to Search for an Inmate in a SC Prison or Jail?

Whether your loved one is in a local detention center or a state prison, the resources below can help. If they have been charged but are still awaiting a trial, speak to a South Carolina criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.

An In-Depth Dive On Title 16 In South Carolina

Barboza Law is well-versed in this code and all its facets. Anyone facing criminal charges would benefit from having an experienced lawyer who understands the technicalities found in the code Title 16.

What is the Difference Between a Felony and a Misdemeanor in South Carolina?

If you have been charged with a felony or misdemeanor, contacting a Lancaster, South Carolina, criminal defense lawyer is crucial.

Why Sabreena Barboza Is The Lawyer - Of - Choice For Criminal Defense In South Carolina

When you are facing criminal charges, it is important to have a criminal defense lawyer like Sarbreena Barboza on your side.

How Do Bond Hearings Work in General Sessions Court Lancaster County, SC?

In Lancaster and Indian Land, SC, our bond hearing attorneys are highly experienced. At Barboza Law, we will fight to protect your right to a reasonable bond so you can go home to your family.

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