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Just finished the Winning Strategies Seminar sponsored by the U.S Defender's Office.  Sessions included such topics as developing immigration trends and how they may impact your federally accused client, cultural competency, recurring issues in drug and gun cases, trends in new sentencing strategies in a post-Booker world, fundamentals of a federal criminal case, federal case law updates, Fourth Amendment issues, ethics and more.

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South Carolina Bar Convention 2015. This year one of our South Carolina Attorneys, Russell Mace, was a speaker at the bar convention in Columbia, South Carolina. He spoke about Federal Practice in the a.m. session on January 23rd, 2015. The lecture materials are available from the South Carolina Bar Convention website. We also have materials at our website at www.TheMaceFirm.com. 

Russell Mace represented a client in a large federal cocaine conspiracy in the United States District Court in the District of South Carolina.  After a trial in 2010, the client was sentenced to 262 months (21.8 years) in prison.  An appeal of the sentence and conviction was unsuccessful.  However, Mr. Mace kept negotiating with the Government for a potential sentence reduction in the case.  A hearing was held this week.  After speaking with the Court and the Government, Mr. Mace achieved an unbelievable result for his client.  The client's sentence was reduced to 110 months (9.2 years) in prison.

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In Charleston to mediate. Wrongful death case.. Horrible tractor trailer accident that could have been prevented and hopefully our personal injury lawyers in South Carolina will get some good results this week

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Our leading appellate attorney, Nicole Mace, won another appeal at the South Carolina Court of Appeals.  Ms. Mace represented the Wife on appeal.  The Husband alleged that the family court erred in (1) failing to award him a divorce on the grounds of adultery; (2) awarding alimony to the Wife; (3) granting a mistrial; (4) incorrectly determining the equitable division of property; (5) accepting William Dettmering as an expert; and (6) awarding the Wife attorney's fees.  We prevailed on all issues.  The Husband did not file a petition for rehearing, meaning the South Carolina Court of Appeal's decision stands.  We are just happy that we could achieve a favorable result for our client.

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Tribe on Charlie Rose last night describing his latest book on the Supreme Court . Reviewing it at Starbucks at Broadway in myrtle beach. Having taught the current president and the current Chief Justice of scotus he may know something about the legal system.

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The Mace Firm is happy to join the personal injury community.

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