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August 21, 2013 8:33 PM

SC court sets new guidelines for 'castle-doctrine' law

The case of a former Bluffton tow-truck driver accused of manslaughter could be headed for a speedier end, after a S.C. Supreme Court ruling Wednesday that sets new guidelines for court cases involving the state's self-defense law.

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