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Announcing the Launch of My Blog

Welcome to the blog of Jack B. Swerling, Attorney at Law. From my office in Columbia, South Carolina, I handle complex criminal defense cases. Since 1973, I have provided vigorous and dedicated representation to a wide range of clients, including public officials, doctors, business owners and athletes.

Through this blog, my goal is to educate, inform and share important news and insights about criminal law. I’ll offer practical advice about all of my areas of practice, which include white collar crimes, drug crimes and violent crimes. The more you know about the law, the better prepared you can be to deal with the specifics of your case.

Along the way, I’ll also share more about myself and my practice. And I hope to hear from you through your comments on my blog posts. I believe in the power of communication and invite you to share your views.

Be sure to check back on this blog for updates. And if you need legal assistance in South Carolina, please contact me to schedule an initial consultation.

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    1720 Main St
    #301
    Columbia, South Carolina 29201-2850
    Phone: (803) 765-2626
    Fax: 803-799-4059

Jack Swerling In The News >>

  • Jack was selected to Super Lawyers Magazine Top Ten List for 2019. Each year Super Lawyers recognizes the top lawyers in South Carolina via a selection process involving peer evaluations, independent research and professional achievement. The South Carolina lawyers who receive the highest points during this selection process are further recognized in the South Carolina Super Lawyers Top Ten List.
  • USA v. FRANK*: In a child pornography case, Swerling was successful in obtaining a 22 level variance reducing the defendant’s sentence from 8 years to 6 months.
  • STATE v. BORIS: The defendant was found not guilty by reason of insanity in a case where the defendant was involved in a shoot-out with 3 police officers.
  • STATE v. TYGER: Jack Swerling obtains a not guilty verdict in a criminal sexual conduct case in Beaufort County.
  • Pre Trial Dispositions: STATE v. DWAYNE: Mr. Swerling successfully argued for the dismissal of stalking and unlawful use of telephone charges brought against a prominent businessman in Florence County.
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