The S.C. Supreme Court has vacated a corruption conviction against a former lawmaker, ruling that a special prosecutor in the Statehouse probe overstepped his authority in pursuing the case.
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We’re glad to see S.C. Attorney General Alan Wilson repudiate his former deputy’s efforts to drum up attendance at the rally that spawned last…
We never cared very much if former S.C. Rep. Rick Quinn went to prison. As with every politician convicted of corruption, what we cared about …
Roughly half of South Carolina officials charged with misconduct in office during the last 19 years were not convicted of the offense, a Post and Courier analysis of state court records shows.
The upcoming S.C. Supreme Court hearing on former lawmaker Rick Quinn's Statehouse corruption case is not really about Rick Quinn. In what sounds like a man arguing with himself, prosecutor David Pascoe is appealing the plea deal he struck with the state representative from Lexington.
With his bid to lead South Carolina's college regulatory agency in trouble because he was an editor of a magazine that glorified the Confederacy, Oran Smith did little to help himself at a meeting with board members and college leaders last week.
Richard Quinn, one of the South’s top political kingmakers, was released on his own recognizance Tuesday on 11 counts of perjury and one count of obstruction of justice in the sweeping S.C. Statehouse corruption probe.
Legendary Republican campaign strategist Richard Quinn is history.
A judge set bail at $250,000 for former House Judiciary Chairman Jim Harrison, who scheduled to start an 18-month prison sentence Friday.
Former South Carolina lawmaker Jim Harrison didn't show up to his ongoing public corruption trial Thursday morning due to an unspecified medical issue, as prosecutors continued to probe his decade of work for a beleaguered consulting firm.