A federal judge in South Carolina ruled that a case to lift the categorical ban on automated data collection of online court records – known as "scraping" – can move forward.
A federal court today ordered South Carolina to redraw its 2021 enacted congressional map, ruling that a district anchored in Charleston County is a racial gerrymander.
After More Than Five Years of Litigation, Lexington County Agrees to Dramatically Increase Funding for Indigent Defense
After years of recalcitrance, the Lexington County Council voted to approve a settlement agreement that will dramatically improve the quality and availability of public defense services.
Advocates and community leaders today launched “Freedom to Read SC,” a statewide coalition that will work to defeat unconstitutional efforts to ban books from school and public libraries.
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ACLU of South Carolina Files Federal Lawsuit Against North Myrtle Beach For Violating Free Speech And Expression With Noise Ordinance
The lawsuit alleges that the City’s noise ordinance is an unconstitutional violation of free speech, criminalizes vast swaths of protected speech, and is so vague that it promotes discriminatory enforcement.