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McMaster To Discuss Domestic Violence Before Supreme Court Judicial Conference
August 24, 2005

Columbia, S.C. August 24, 2005 - Attorney General Henry McMaster will address the
South Carolina Supreme Court’s Annual Judicial Conference on Thursday, August 25, 2005, at 2:45 p.m.  McMaster will discuss domestic violence initiatives being undertaken by his office across the state.

Attending the conference will be the justices of the State Supreme Court, judges of the appeals, circuit, and family courts, masters-in-equity, and judicial law clerks and staff. The conference will be held August 24-26 in the Capital Ballroom of the Columbia Marriott Hotel, 1200 Hampton Street in Columbia.

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