Throughout South Carolina - from Sumter to Anderson, from Greenville to Charleston, from Myrtle Beach to Rock Hill - you can find an attorney who will come to your rescue at any time of the day and night. It's enough to have a few business cards in your pocket or corresponding phone numbers in a notebook. The main provisions of the Criminal Code of South Carolina correspond to the standards of the federal system, but the state courts may also establish its own rules of procedure. Any criminal attorney knows that local laws apply only in those states in which they are designed. So, Court of South Carolina in the process will be conducted under the rules established in this state. If we consider the main sources of criminal procedural law of South Carolina, we can distinguish two types of legislation: acts of Legistrature and judicial precedents. Each criminal attorney must have an excellent understanding of them and be able to apply them in practice. “Dum Spiro Spero” (Ready mind and matter) - that is, according to the motto of the state, must be configured attorneys who defend your rights.