Scarlett A. Wilson is a native of Hemingway, South Carolina. She graduated from Clemson University in 1989 and from the University of South Carolina School of Law in 1992. After a year clerking for the Honorable Don S. Rushing, Scarlett spent eighteen months working as a Fifth Circuit Assistant Solicitor. In 1995, Scarlett joined the United States Attorney's Office and its Violent Crimes Task Force. She was a joint winner of the 1997 Department of Justice Director's Award for Superior Performance by an Assistant United States Attorney. Scarlett prosecuted various types of federal cases including those involving drugs, murder, murder-for-hire and armed robbery.
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CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) – Seventh. It's not a number to be proud of for South Carolinians. According to the Violence Policy Center, the Palmetto State ranks seventh in the nation for the number of women murdered by men.
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MONCKS CORNER -- Willie Gamble, a Berkeley county locksmith, has a pile of bad checks on his desk that he's given up hope of ever collecting.
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Solicitor Scarlett A. Wilson - Click on 'Worthless Check Unit' to find a link to the form. "It's saved us a lot of time," she said of the program. ...
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Solicitor Wilson teams up with local non-profit and Mount Pleasant Police Department to keep Lowcountry kids safer from sexual abuse and “take a bite out of crime”.
In response to the need of children and their families in Berkeley County the Ninth Circuit Solicitor's office adopted 9 children for this holiday season.
After the devastation wrought by Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans and the Gulf Coast area the Ninth Circuit Solicitor's office has raised food and donations for relief in the regions hit hardest
On Wednesday, March 26, the South Carolina Victim Assistance Network presented Ninth Judicial Circuit Solicitor Scarlett A. Wilson with the Criminal Justice Award.
The South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) recently awarded The Honorable Marc H. Westbrook Memorial Excellence in Community Justice Award to the 9th Judicial Circuit’s Juvenile Arbitration Program, represented by Program Director Noah Moore and Circuit Solicitor Ralph E. Hoisington.
Frank Morea isn't one to stop and consider his accomplishments, not when there's still so much to do.Tell him that his peers credit him for redefining his role as chairman of Crime Stoppers of the Lowcountry by reaching out to other agencies, and he'll say there's room still to grow.