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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Alan Wilson
Attorney General Alan Wilson wants the S.C. Supreme Court to keep sealed several matters involving the State Grand Jury now investigating House Speaker Bobby Harrell.
South Carolina's high court on Thursday said an investigation into one of the state's top lawmakers could continue while prosecutors appeal a judge's decision to halt that process.
Attorney General Alan Wilson this week has asked South Carolina's highest court to let him continue a case against House Speaker Bobby Harrell while Wilson appeals a judge's ruling disbanding the investigation, arguing that that the decision has undercut his authority as the state's top prosecutor.
Who has the power to choose which cases to prosecute in South Carolina, if not the state's attorney general?
South Carolina's top prosecutor said Tuesday that he is pursuing a variety of challenges to a judge's dismissal of corruption allegations against House Speaker Bobby Harrell, including a possible request that the judge reconsider his ruling.
Attorney General Alan Wilson says a former Greenwood County sheriff's deputy has been indicted on a charge of taking more than $10,000 from the sheriff's department.
A judge on Monday dismissed allegations of corruption against House Speaker Bobby Harrell, ruling such a case must first be considered by a legislative panel before state prosecutors could touch it and saying a State Grand Jury was improperly empaneled.
The wife of a South Carolina Highway Patrol trooper has been convicted of setting her house on fire and lying to police.
A judge on Friday said he'll need about a week to consider whether a case against House Speaker Bobby Harrell should be handled by a legislative panel instead of in the state's courts.
South Carolina's top prosecutor is drawing attention to the needs of the state's children.
South Carolina's top prosecutor has returned $50,000 since January in previous campaign donations that exceeded state limits.
South Carolina House members removed their names Thursday from legislation that would allow the General Assembly to decide whether an independent prosecutor should investigate ethics allegations against a constitutional officer or other officers under the governor's control.
Another hearing is planned on a request to remove South Carolina's top prosecutor from the ethics case of House Speaker Bobby Harrell.
Attorneys are getting a bit more time to submit briefs to a judge mulling a request to remove South Carolina's attorney general from the ethics case of House Speaker Bobby Harrell.
South Carolina's chief prosecutor used a state police investigation into an ethics complaint against House Speaker Bobby Harrell to try to intimidate the powerful Charleston Republican into supporting legislation that would create a public integrity unit, an employee of the speaker testified Friday.
Attorney General Alan Wilson says he plans to oppose Sheppard's new request.
Wilson announced in January that he sent the case to the State Grand Jury.