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The summary following each opinion is prepared to offer lawyers and the public a general overview of what a particular opinion decides. The summary is not necessarily a full description of the issues discussed in an opinion.4-13-2016 - Opinions
The Court reverses the court of appeals' decision reversing the South Carolina Workers' Compensation Commission's determination that Hartzell was entitled to medical benefits for a work-related back injury and remands for further proceedings.27621 - Brock v. Town of Mount Pleasant
The Court affirms the court of appeals' decision as modified.27622 - Teamer v. State
The Court reverses, finding the post-conviction relief court's order was controlled by several errors of law.27623 - State v. Beekman
The Court affirms the decision of the court of appeals in State v. Beekman, 405 S.C. 225, 746 S.E.2d 483 (Ct. App. 2013).4-20-2016 - Opinions
The Court affirms as modified the court of appeals' opinion in State v. Phillips, 411 S.C. 124, 767 S.E.2d 444 (Ct. App. 2014).27624 - In the Matter of Gene Stockholm
This opinion disbars Gene Stockholm from the practice of law.27625 - In the Matter of Robert Breckenridge
This is a disciplinary opinion in which the Court publicly reprimands a lawyer.27626 - In the Matter of Timothy Moses
The Court disbars Respondent.27627 - CareAlliance Health Services v. SCDOR
The Court reverses the administrative law court, which granted summary judgment in favor of CareAlliance Health Services.27628 - State v. Legg
The Court rejects appellant's Due Process challenge and affirms appellant's conviction and sentence.27629 - Traynum v. Scavens
The Court affirm the trial court's award of summary judgment to Respondent.4-20-2016 - Orders
The Court affirms the post-conviction relief (PCR) court's dismissal of Gibbs' PCR application, finding Gibbs was not prejudiced by trial counsel's failure to object to evidence of witness intimidation.27631 - Hueble v. SCDNR
The Court reverses the court of appeals decision in Hueble v. SCDNR, Op. No. 2012-UP-081 (S.C. Ct. App. filed February 15, 2012), and finds Hueble was a prevailing party and special circumstances do not exist to deny attorneys' fees. It further remands to the trial court to consider the award of attorneys' fees.