Recap And Updates In San Fran Baseball Fan Case As Dodgers Seek Buyer And Exit Bankruptcy

In May of this past year your lawyers in Charleston at Howell and Christmas posted several entries (found at the end of this post) covering a baseball fan that was nearly beaten to death after an attack by supporters of the opposing team. Now, a highly interesting legal twist has been added to the incident…

Sheriff Resigns After DWI Crash Involving Injury

After a flurry of controversy and personal soul searching, Berkley County Sheriff, Wayne DeWitt has tendered his resignation.  This move comes following his arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol and his part in an accident involving a 21-year-old driver that Dewitt hit.   South Carolina Governor, Nikki Haley has accepted Dewitt’s resignation. The South…

Small Explosion Injures Two At Elementary School

A small, homemade explosive made from a two-liter bottle filled with a “volatile substance” detonated around 8 a.m. at the Emily Dickenson Elementary School Monday. A bus driver who was passing by the “acid bomb” was injured by something that was expelled from the bomb, what exactly is unclear. A second adult was exposed to…

Smartphone App And Educational Initiative Aim To Curb Teen Distracted Driving

If you receive the Howell and Christmas monthly newsletter, you may have read an article in May’s publication that focuses on “Distracted Driving.” In that article your Charleston car accident lawyer briefly notes several smartphone applications (better known as “apps”) that are intended to help drivers steer away from cell phone distractions in the car….

Soldier Killed During Training

Being in the military comes with a certain amount of risk. While most people assume that most deaths and injuries occur in combat, a large portion of them actually occur while in training. A recent tragedy in Fort Bragg brings this to life. One soldier was killed and two others wounded after a training exercise…

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