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What is a Preliminary Hearing

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In any criminal case in South Carolina, a defendant is entitled to a preliminary hearing if the charge is "not triable by a magistrate."  What this means is that for any criminal offense in General Sessions Court, the defendant may request a preliminary hearing.  So what is it?  According to Rule...

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