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When may the State try cases together (joint trial)?

Updated: Jun 12, 2020

According to State v. Harris, there are four considerations for a joint trial:

State v. Harris, 351 S.C. 643, 653, 572 S.E.2d 267, 273 (2002)

And according to State v. Perry, similarity is not one of them:

State v. Perry, No. 2017-001965, 2020 WL 2179238, at *7 (S.C. May 6, 2020)

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