Brief filed: 10/29/2009
Price v. Turner
Supreme Court of South Carolina; Case No. 03-DR-37-472
Because the Sixth Amendment requires that courts appoint counsel for indigent defendants where imprisonment is a possibility, South Carolina family court are required to appoint counsel to represent indigent defendants in family court child support nonpayment proceedings where imprisonment is a possibility.
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