Category Archives: Law

Town board meeting addresses infrastructure

Matthews – Mint Hill Weekly Posted by Crystal O’Gorman on March 16, 2015 in News MATTHEWS – Matthews Board of Commissioners met on Monday, March 9, to address several issues concerning commercial and town infrastructure. The board of commissioners approved … Continue reading

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South Charlotte residents speak out regarding failed nondiscrimination ordinance

South Charlotte Weekly Posted by Crystal O’Gorman on March 9, 2015 in News More than 100 speakers addressed Charlotte City Council at its Monday, March 2, meeting regarding a proposed nondiscrimination ordinance. Some of those speakers identified themselves as south … Continue reading

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Indian Land voters to decide fate of Lancaster sales tax, Continuing tax will pay for key projects

The Charlotte Observer South Charlotte News (York, Steele Creek, Indian Land) Sunday, November 02, 2014 Lancaster County voters will decide this week whether they want to continue a one-percent sales and use tax. The new tax would begin in 2016 … Continue reading

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What’s the difference between Social Security Disability Income and Supplemental Security Income?

Fulton & Barr, Attorney’s at Law Fulton & Barr: The Legal Pad Thursday, October 30, 2014 Social Security Disability Income, SSDI and Supplemental Security Income, SSI are Social Security Administration governed incomes available for people who are disabled or blind. … Continue reading

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Stand Your Ground: Is it gaining or losing ground in South Carolina?

Fulton & Barr: The Legal Pad October 21, 2014 25-year-old Whitlee Jones had a right to kill her boyfriend. According to a judge in Charleston, S.C. earlier this month, Jones received immunity from criminal charges under the Protection of Persons … Continue reading

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