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November 3, 2012 7:18 PM

Attorney general’s opinion sought in Myrtle Beach man’s request for new trial in 18-year-old sexual assault

The judge in charge of determining whether Robert Carter gets another hearing in his quest for a new trial on an 18-year-old criminal sexual conduct charge has asked the S.C. Attorney General’s office to file a formal, written response to Carter’s latest request.

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