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The summary below each case is prepared to offer lawyers and the public a general overview of what issues are included in a case which will be argued. The summary is not a limit on what issues a party to a case may present at oral argument.

Monday, February 3, 2020
Court Room I
 10:00 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)  
2017-001678    Robert G. Shirey, Respondent, v. Gwen G. Bishop, Cassandra Robinson, and TD Bank, N.A., Defendants, Of whom Gwen G. Bishop and Cassandra Robinson are the Appellants.

Jason Scott Luck of Garrett Law Offices, of North Charleston, for Appellants. , Kyle B. Parker of Pope Parker Jenkins, P.A., of Newberry, for Respondent.

In this land-transaction dispute, Appellants Gwen G. Bishop and Cassandra Robinson (collectively "Appellants") challenge the order of the special referee, arguing that the referee erred in 1) finding that Respondent Robert G. Shirey was entitled to specific performance; 2) setting aside the deed from Bishop to Robinson; 3) finding Shirey to be a bona fide purchaser; and 4) awarding Shirey attorney's fees.

 10:40 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)  
2017-000734    Cheryl DiMarco, Appellant, v. Brian DiMarco, Respondent.

Clarence Rauch Wise, of Greenwood, for Appellant. J. Falkner Wilkes, of Greenville, for Respondent.

In this family court action regarding the division of marital property, Cheryl DiMarco ("Wife") sought an order against her ex-husband, Brian DiMarco ("Husband"), to (1) compel Husband's cooperation with accountant, Catherine Stoddard, (2) compel the division of various mutual and retirement accounts pursuant to Stoddard's analysis, and (3) recoup Wife's attorney's fees and costs. The family court ruled that, pursuant to a previous order from the year 2004, accountant John Godwin's analysis was the proper basis for the court's final judgment in the matter. Wife argues the family court erred by enforcing the previous order appointing Godwin as the accountant because that order was later modified by subsequent orders.

 11:20 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5-5)  
2017-001554    Town of Arcadia Lakes, Robert L. Jackson, Linda Z. Jackson, Robert E. Williams, Barbara S. Williams, Elizabeth M. Walker, Louis E. Spradlin, Mary Helen Spradlin, Thomas Hutto Utsey, Tony Sinclair, Aaron Small, Bette Small, Gene F. Starr, M.D., Elaine J. Starr, Sanford T. Marcus, Ruth L. Marcus, and Steven Brown, Petitioners, Of Which Town of Arcadia Lakes is the Appellant/Respondent, v. South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, Respondent, and Roper Pond, LLC, Respondent/Appellant.

Terry E. Richardson, Jr., of Richardson Patrick Westbrook & Brickman, LLC, of Barnwell, for Appellant-Respondent. Amy Elizabeth Armstrong of S.C. Environmental Law Project, of Pawleys Island, for Appellant-Respondent. Michael Gary Corley of S.C. Environmental Law Project, of Greenville, for Appellant-Respondent. W. Thomas Lavender, Jr. and Joan Wash Hartley, both of Nexsen Pruet, LLC, of Columbia, for Respondent-Appellant. Stephen Philip Hightower, of Columbia, for Respondent.

This is a cross-appeal from the Administrative Law Court's award of attorney's fees, costs, and a monetary sanction under section 15-77-300 of the South Carolina Code (Supp. 2019) and Rule 72 of the Rules of Procedure for the Administrative Law Court. Roper Pond, LLC - the prevailing party below - contends the ALC erred in striking an affidavit and ordering the monetary sanction to be paid to the ALC instead of to Roper Pond. The Town of Arcadia Lakes - the party taxed - contests the ALC's decision to award fees, costs, and sanctions.

Tuesday, February 4, 2020
Court Room I
 10:00 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)  
2017-000060    Project: Intermodal Container Transfer Facility Tract: 11 South Carolina Department of Commerce, Division of Public Railways, Respondent, v. Clemson University, Respondent, And Charleston County School District, Appellant.

M. Dawes Cooke, Jr. and John William Fletcher, both of Barnwell Whaley Patterson & Helms, LLC, of Charleston, for Appellant. Abigail Budd Walsh of Williams & Walsh, LLC, of Charleston, for Appellant. Christopher L. Murphy of Murphy Law Offices, LLC, of Charleston, for Appellant. Keith M. Babcock of Lewis Babcock L.L.P., of Columbia, for Respondent South Carolina Department of Commerce, Division of Public Railways. Newman Jackson Smith of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, LLP, of Charleston, for Respondent Clemson University, Wendy Wilkie Parker of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, LLP, of Columbia, for Respondent Clemson University.

In this condemnation action, Charleston County School District appeals the circuit court's order transferring the case to the non-jury trial roster, arguing the circuit court erred by finding it was not entitled to a jury trial as an "other condemnee" under the South Carolina Eminent Domain Procedure Act.

 10:40 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)  
2017-001258    Christine LeFont, Appellant, v. City of Myrtle Beach; Myrtle Beach Convention Center Hotel Corporation, Respondents.

Stephen Lewis Goldfinch, Jr., Thomas William Winslow, and Ryan Patrick Compton, all of Goldfinch Winslow LLC, of Murrells Inlet, for Appellant. Christian Stegmaier of Collins & Lacy, PC, of Columbia, for Respondents. Amy Lynn Neuschafer of Collins & Lacy, PC, of Murrells Inlet, for Respondents.

 11:20 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)  
2017-001656    The State, Respondent, v. Donald Scott Robertson, Appellant.

Appellate Defender Victor R Seeger, of Columbia, for Appellant. Attorney General Alan McCrory Wilson and Senior Assistant Deputy Attorney General William M. Blitch, Jr., both of Columbia, for Respondent. Solicitor Barry Joe Barnette, of Spartanburg, for Respondent.

Donald Robertson appeals his convictions for burglary, kidnapping, armed robbery, and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime. Robertson argues the circuit court erred in admitting a watch allegedly taken during the burglary and given to police approximately two weeks later by his acquaintance. He claims the watch was not relevant and that the danger of unfair prejudice substantially outweighed the watch's probative value.

Thursday, February 6, 2020
Court Room I
 10:40 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)  
2017-001542    The State, Respondent, v. James Heyward, Appellant.

Tara C. Sullivan, John Whitney McGreevy, and Jennifer Hess Thiem, all of K&L Gates LLP, of Charleston, for Appellant. Chief Appellate Defender Robert Michael Dudek, of Columbia, for Appellant. Attorney General Alan McCrory Wilson, Deputy Attorney General Donald J. Zelenka, Senior Assistant Deputy Attorney General Melody Jane Brown, Assistant Attorney General Susannah Rawl Cole, and Assistant Attorney General Heather Savitz Weiss, all of Columbia, for Respondent.

In this criminal appeal, James Heyward appeals his convictions for murder, burglary in the first degree, armed robbery, two counts of kidnapping, assault and battery in the first degree, pointing and presenting a firearm, and possession of a weapon by a person convicted of a violent crime. On appeal, Heyward argues the circuit court erred in admitting (1) an eyewitness's out of court identification of him from a photograph lineup and her subsequent in court identification of him, (2) a fingerprint card obtained from a New Jersey database and expert opinion testimony based on the N.J. Fingerprints, (3) expert opinion testimony about the operational capabilities of the gun found at Heyward's residence, and (4) gruesome autopsy dissection photographs of Victim's internal head injuries. Heyward also argues the circuit court erred in allowing his alias "Abdul Muslim" to be included in the indictments and in denying his request to remove his shackles during jury selection. Finally, Heyward argues he is entitled to a new trial due to the cumulative errors committed by the circuit court.

 11:20 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)  
2017-001646    Jericho State Capital Corp. of Florida, Plaintiff, v. Chicago Title Insurance Company, Defendant, AND Lynx Jericho Partners, LLC, Plaintiff, v. Chicago Title Insurance Company, Defendant, Of whom Jericho State Capital Corp. of Florida and Lynx Jericho Partners, LLC are the Appellants, and Chicago Title Insurance Company is the Respondent.

Fred B. Newby, Sr. and C. Scott Masel, both of Newby Sartip & Masel LLC, of Myrtle Beach, for Appellants. Demetri K. Koutrakos of Callison Tighe & Robinson, LLC, of Columbia, for Respondent.

In this appeal arising from a dispute over title insurance, Jericho State Capital Corporation of Florida (Jericho) and Lynx Jericho Partners, LLC (Lynx Jericho) appeal the order of the special referee denying their motions for summary judgment and granting summary judgment to Chicago Title Insurance Company (Chicago Title) on their claims for breach of contract, breach of the covenant of good faith and fair dealing, and bad faith. On appeal, Jericho and Lynx Jericho (collectively, Appellants) argue (1) Ordinance 107-98 or the Official Map Ordinance of Horry County (the Ordinance), its 2002 amendment, and the amended index map created a defect, encumbrance, or burden on Appellants' title that is a covered loss under the policies; (2) the Ordinance, the 2002 amendment, and the amended index map created an unmarketability of title that is a covered loss under the policies; (3) the covered loss is not excluded by policy exclusion 1; (4) the covered loss is not excluded by policy exclusion 2; (5) the covered loss is not excluded by policy exclusion 3(d); and (6) the special referee erred in finding no evidence Chicago Title acted in bad faith by denying Appellants insurance benefits.

 12:00 p.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)  
2016-000885    Willie J. Richardson, Respondent, v. State of South Carolina, Petitioner.

Attorney General Alan McCrory Wilson, Senior Assistant Deputy Attorney General Megan Harrigan Jameson, and Assistant Attorney General Taylor Zane Smith, all of Columbia, for Petitioner. Clarence Rauch Wise, of Greenwood, for Respondent.

Tuesday, February 11, 2020
Court Room I
 10:00 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)  
2017-000481    The State, Respondent, v. Ontavious Derenta Plumer, Appellant.

E. Charles Grose, Jr., of Grose Law Firm, of Greenwood, for Appellant. Attorney General Alan McCrory Wilson and Assistant Attorney General Mark Reynolds Farthing, both of Columbia, for Respondent. Solicitor David Matthew Stumbo, of Greenwood, for Respondent.

Ontavious Plumer appeals his convictions for attempted murder and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime, arguing the trial court erred by (1) denying Plumer's request for a jury instruction on self-defense, (2) denying Plumer's motion to relieve counsel and represent himself, (3) refusing to qualify Dr. Robert Bennett as an expert witness, and (4) sentencing Plumer to an additional five years' imprisonment for the weapons offense.

 10:40 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)  
2017-001548    Greenville Hospital System, Appellant, v. South Carolina Department of Revenue, Respondent.

Frank William Cureton of Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd, PA, of Columbia, for Appellant. Arthur Frazier McLean, III, and Charles M. Sprinkle, III, both of Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd, PA, of Greenville, for Appellant. Patrick Alan McCabe, of Columbia, for Respondent. Jason Phillip Luther, of Columbia, for Respondent.

In this contested case action concerning an application for a sales tax exemption, Appellant Greenville Hospital System (GHS) seeks review of the Administrative Law Court's (ALC) order granting summary judgment to Respondent South Carolina Department of Revenue. GHS argues the ALC erred in concluding that (1) the sales tax exemption in section 12-36-2120(41) of the South Carolina Code (2014) excludes items sold by all political subdivisions of the State and all charitable institutions in the nature of hospitals; (2) a political subdivision cannot qualify as a charitable organization as contemplated by section 12-37-220 of the South Carolina Code (2014); and (3) statutory exemptions from the sales tax are to be strictly construed against all taxpayers, including political subdivisions.

 11:20 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)  
2017-000569    Fairfield Waverly, LLC, Respondent, v. Dorchester County Assessor, Appellant. GS Windsor Club, LLC, Respondent, v. Dorchester County Assessor, Appellant.

Andrew T. Shepherd of Hart Hyland Shepherd, LLC, of Summerville, for Appellant. John G. Frampton, of St. George, for Appellant. Burnet Rhett Maybank, III, and James Peter Rourke, both of Nexsen Pruet, LLC, of Columbia, for Respondents. Sarah P. Spruill of Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd, PA, of Greenville, for Amicus Curiae South Carolina Association of REALTORS. Scott Y. Barnes of Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd, PA, of Charleston, for Amicus Curiae South Carolina Association of REALTORS. Jason Phillip Luther and Marcus Dawson Antley, III, both of Columbia, for Amicus Curiae South Carolina Department of Revenue.

The Dorchester County Assessor appeals the Administrative Law Court's order finding that two property owners - Fairfield Waverly, LLC and GS Windsor Club, LLC - were entitled to the "Assessable Transfer of Interest" property tax exemption created by section 12-37-3135 of the South Carolina Code (2014). The Assessor argues the ALC erred in finding the property owners were entitled to the exemption even though they did not claim the exemption until approximately one year after the "Assessable Transfer of Interest" occurred.

Wednesday, February 12, 2020
Court Room I
 10:40 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)  
2017-001555    Carolina Center Building Corp., Appellant, v. Enmark Stations, Inc.; and the Town of Hilton Head Island, Respondents.

H. Fred Kuhn, Jr. of Moss Kuhn & Fleming, PA, of Beaufort, for Appellant. Russell Pierce Patterson and Lauren Patterson Williams, both of Russell P. Patterson PA, of Hilton Head Island, for Respondent Enmark Stations, Inc. Gregory Milam Alford of Alford & Thoreson, LLC, of Hilton Head Island, for Respondent The Town of Hilton Head Island.

Carolina Center Building Corporation (CCB) appeals the Master-in-Equity's (Master) ruling granting Enmark Stations, Inc. (Enmark) a prescriptive easement over its property in the form of a paved roadway (Roadway) and denying CCB's claims against Enmark and the Town of Hilton Head (Town). On appeal, CCB argues the Master erred in awarding Enmark a prescriptive easement where (1) the Roadway existed as the result of wrongful acts, (2) the Roadway violates the Town's ordinances, (3) the Roadway had been ordered removed by the Land Management Ordinance Official (LMO Official), (4) the Roadway does not provide ingress and egress to a public road but terminates on private property, (5) Enmark failed to prove adverse use for the prescriptive period, (6) Enmark failed to prove continuous and uninterrupted use for the prescriptive period, and (7) Enmark's use was not exclusive; CCB also argues the Master erred (8) in failing to issue a writ of mandamus compelling Town to enforce the LMO Official's decision, and failing to issue a judgment in favor of CCB on its causes of action for (9) slander of title, (10) nuisance, and (11) trespass.

 11:20 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)  
2016-001789    The Edgewater on Broad Creek Owners Association, Inc. and the Council of Co-owners of the Edgewater on Broad Creek Horizontal Property Regime Phase I, Plaintiffs, Of which The Edgewater on Broad Creek Owners Association, Inc. is Respondent, v. Ephesian Ventures, LLC, Appellant.

M. Dawes Cooke, Jr., Kenneth Michael Barfield, and Anna Louise Strandberg, all of Barnwell Whaley Patterson & Helms, LLC, of Charleston, for Appellant. F. Ward Borden and William Weston Jones Newton, both of Jones Simpson & Newton, PA, of Bluffton, for Respondent. Michael W. Mogil of Law Office of Michael W. Mogil, P.A., of Hilton Head Island, for Respondent. James B. Richardson, Jr., of Columbia, for Respondent.

Wednesday, February 19, 2020
Court Room I
 10:00 a.m. (Time Limits: 15-15-5)  
2016-002339    Patricia Damico and Lenna Lucas, Individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated, Joshua and Brettany Buetow, Edward and Sylvia Dengg, Jonathan and Theresa Douglass, Anthony and Stacey Ray, Danny and Ellen Davis Morrow, Czara and Chad England, Bryan and Cynthia Camara, and Matthew Collins, Respondents, v. Lennar Carolinas, LLC, Spring Grove Plantation Development, Inc., Manale Landscaping, LLC, Super Concrete of SC, Inc., Southern Green, Inc. TJB Trucking/Leasing, LLC, Paragon Site Constructors, Inc., Civil Site Environmental and Rick Bryant, Individually, Defendants, Of which Spring Grove Plantation Development, Inc., Manale Landscaping, LLC, Super Concrete of SC, Inc., Southern Green, Inc. TJB Trucking/Leasing, LLC, and Civil Site Environmental are Respondents. And Lennar Carolinas, LLC, Appellant, v. The Earthworks Group, Inc., Volkmar Consulting Services, LLC, Geometrics Consulting, LLC, Land/Site Services, Inc., Myers Landscaping, Inc., A.C. & A. Concrete, Inc., Knight's Concrete Products, Inc., Knight's Redi-Mix, Inc., Coastal Concrete Southeast, LLC, Coastal Concrete Southeast II, LLC, Guaranteed Framing, LLC, Ozzy Construction, LLC, Construction Applicators Charleston, LLC, LA New Enterprises, LLC, Decor Corporation, DVS, Inc., Raul Martinez Masonry, LLC, Alpha Omega Construction Group, Inc., South Carolina Exteriors, LLC, Builders Firstsource-Southeast Group, LLC, and Low Country Renovations and Siding, LLP, Third-Party Defendants, Of which Volkmar Consulting Services, LLC, Land/Site Services, Inc., Myers Landscaping, Inc., A.C. & A. Concrete, Inc., Knight's Concrete Products, Inc., Knight's Redi-Mix, Inc., Coastal Concrete Southeast, LLC, Coastal Concrete Southeast II, LLC, Guaranteed Framing, LLC, Ozzy Construction, LLC, Construction Applicators Charleston, LLC, LA New Enterprises, LLC, Decor Corporation, DVS, Inc., Raul Martinez Masonry, LLC, Alpha Omega Construction Group, Inc., South Carolina Exteriors, LLC, Builders Firstsource-Southeast Group, LLC, are also Respondents. And Decor Corporation, Fourth Party Plaintiff, v. Baranov Flooring, LLC, DJ Construction Services, LLC, Creative Wood Floors, LLC, Geraldo Cunha, Ebenezer Flooring, LLC, Emmanuel Flooring and Siding, LLC, Eusi Flooring and Covering, LLC, Nicolas Flores, Alexander Martinez, Isidru Mejia, Juan Perez, N&B Construction, LLC, Jose Dias Rodrigues, Livia Sousa, Jose Paz Castro Hernandez, Divinio Aperecido Corgosinho, Ricardo Chiche, CEBS Construction, Bayshore Siding and Flooring, Sebastio Luiz de Araujo, and John Does 1-4, Fourth-Party Defendants.

James Lynn Werner and Katon Edwards Dawson, Jr., both of Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein, LLP, of Columbia, for Appellant. Jenna Brooke Kiziah McGee of Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein, LLP, of Charleston, for Appellant. John Calvin Hayes, IV of Hayes Law Firm, LLC, of Charleston; Michael J. Jordan of The Steinberg Law Firm, LLP, of Goose Creek; Catherine Dunn Meehan of The Steinberg Law Firm, LLP, of Charleston; Jesse Sanchez of The Law Office of Jesse Sanchez, of Charleston; all for Respondents Patricia Damico, Joshua Buetow, Brettany Buetow, Bryan Camara, Cynthia Camara, Matthew Collins, Ellen Davis Morrow, Theresa Douglass, Czara England, Chad England, Lenna Lucas, and Danny Morrow. Et. al.

Patricia Damico and Lenna Lucas, individually and as class representatives for other homeowners in The Abby in Spring Grove Plantation filed suit against Lennar Carolina, LLC, Spring Grove Plantation Development, Inc., and various subcontractors in this construction defect case. The circuit court found the claims at issue in the case were not subject to arbitration because the arbitration provisions involved were unconscionable and, in addition or the alternative, did not comply with the requirements of the South Carolina Uniform Arbitration Act, S.C. Code Ann. ยง 15-48-10 et seq. (SCUAA).

Monday, February 3, 2020
Court Room II
 11:20 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)  
2017-001535    Doretta Butler-Long, Employee, Claimant, Appellant, v. ITW Labels, Employer, and American Zurich Insurance Company/Zurich North America c/o Broadspire, Carrier, Respondents.

Stephen Benjamin Samuels of Samuels Law Firm, LLC, of Columbia, for Appellant. Jason Wendell Lockhart of McAngus Goudelock & Courie, LLC, of Columbia, for Respondents. Helen F Hiser of McAngus Goudelock & Courie, LLC, of Mount Pleasant, for Respondents.

Doretta Butler-Long appeals the denial of her workers' compensation claim arguing the the Appellate Panel of the South Carolina Workers' Compensation Commission (the Commission) erred in (1) finding she failed to meet her burden of proving injury by accident or, alternatively, a repetitive trauma injury and (2) disregarding medical opinion showing her injuries were work-related.

 
Tuesday, February 11, 2020
Court Room II
 10:40 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)  
2017-001441    Steven K. Alukonis, Appellant/Respondent, v. Wayne K. Smith, Jr., Respondent/Appellant.

Richard H. Rhodes and William Hardwick Rhodes, both of Burts Turner & Rhodes, of Spartanburg, for Appellant/Respondent. Wallace K. Lightsey and Meliah Bowers Jefferson, both of Wyche, PA, of Greenville, for Respondent/Appellant.

This matter involves cross-appeals between a maternal grandfather and a natural father involving the custody of a minor child and the award of attorney's fees. The grandfather appeals the denial of primary custody to him and the award of attorney's fees to the father, while the father appeals the award of joint custody to the grandfather and the insufficiency of the attorney's fees awarded to him.

 
 11:20 a.m. (Time Limits: 10-10-5)  
2017-001727    Jayeshkumar K. Patel and Mehulbhai Patel, Dependents Claimants for Hansaben Patel, Deceased Employee, Respondents, v. BVM Motel, LLC d/b/a Best Western Point South, Employer, and Auto-Owners Insurance Company, Carrier, Appellants.

Helen F Hiser and Allison Cauthen Nussbaum, both of McAngus Goudelock & Courie, LLC, of Mount Pleasant, for Appellants Darrell T. Johnson, Jr. and Warren Paul Johnson, both of Law Office of Darrell Thomas Johnson Jr., LLC, of Hardeeville, for Respondents. Joshua Reece Fester, of Hardeeville, for Respondents.

BVM Motel, LLC (BVM Motel) appeals the order of the Appellate Panel of the South Carolina Workers' Compensation Commission (the Commission), arguing it erred in (1) finding compensable the death of Hansaben Patel (Decedent) and (2) calculating Decedent's average weekly wage.

 
Cases to be Submitted Without Oral Argument
2018-000770    The State, Respondent, v. Derrick Lamar Porter, Appellant.

2018-001396    The State, Respondent, v. Robert Len Gainey, Appellant.

2017-001626    The State, Respondent, v. Tony Lametrius Leamon, Appellant.

2017-002391    The State, Respondent, v. Erick Maurice Willard, Appellant.

2017-002423    The State, Respondent, v. Rasheed Daevon Mceachern, Appellant.

2017-002551    The State, Respondent, v. Reginald Jerome Hamilton, Jr., Appellant.

2018-000541    The State, Respondent, v. Bobby Leon Smith, Appellant.

2017-001673    The State, Respondent, v. Untonyo Ferjearl Johnson, Appellant.

2017-002180    Demario Cunningham, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2017-001753    The State, Respondent, v. Bradford Hester Williams, Appellant.

2018-001503    Almondo D. Washington, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2017-001103    The State, Respondent, v. Brenda L. Roberts, Appellant.

2018-000452    The State, Respondent, v. Michael Tyrone Quarles, Appellant.

2018-000501    The State, Respondent, v. Stanley Anthony Dimitroff, II, Appellant.

2018-000807    The State, Respondent, v. Samuel Olalde Gonzalez, Appellant.

2018-000425    In the Matter of the Care and Treatment of Jimmy Ray Filyaw, Appellant.

2018-000183    Charlton Davis, 231377, Appellant, v. South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services, Respondent.

2018-001340    James Brown, Jr., Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2018-000063    Quashon Middleton, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2018-000470    The State, Respondent, v. Carlon Eugene Weathers, Jr., Appellant.

2017-002623    The State, Respondent, v. Luther Brian Marcus, Appellant.

2018-001400    Tyler J. Hill, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2018-001496    In the Matter of the Care and Treatment of Otis Alford, Appellant.

2017-002470    The State, Respondent, v. Raeford Derrane Wideman, Appellant.

2018-001307    Sanyika Askari, #236679, Appellant, v. South Carolina Department of Corrections, Respondent.

2018-000783    The State, Respondent, v. Mary N. Patrick, Appellant.

2017-002044    The State, Respondent, v. Jamil Omire Ali, Appellant.

2017-001859    The State, Respondent, v. Christian Arenson Scowcroft, Appellant.

2018-000147    The State, Respondent, v. Edward Earl McElveen, Appellant.

2018-000373    The State, Respondent, v. Varsheen Antuan Smith, Appellant.

2017-001744    The State, Respondent, v. David Oneil Vincent, Appellant.

2017-000849    Johnny Jones, Petitioner, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2017-002283    The State, Respondent, v. Perry Drake Gilmore, Jr., Appellant.

2017-001423    Patrick Williams, Appellant, v. Tyisha Alford, Respondent.

2017-002448    Benjamin Keith Page, Jr., Appellant, v. State of South Carolina, Respondent.

2018-000162    Meritage Asset Management, Inc. d/b/a Century Glass Company, Appellant, v. Freeland Construction Company, Inc and South Carolina Military Department, Defendants, Of which South Carolina Military Department is the Respondent.