On Wednesday, March 26, the South Carolina Victim Assistance Network presented Ninth Judicial Circuit Solicitor Scarlett A. Wilson with the Criminal Justice Award.
The South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) recently awarded The Honorable Marc H. Westbrook Memorial Excellence in Community Justice Award to the 9th Judicial Circuit’s Juvenile Arbitration Program, represented by Program Director Noah Moore and Circuit Solicitor Ralph E. Hoisington.
Frank Morea isn't one to stop and consider his accomplishments, not when there's still so much to do.Tell him that his peers credit him for redefining his role as chairman of Crime Stoppers of the Lowcountry by reaching out to other agencies, and he'll say there's room still to grow.
Four years ago, a young nurse responded to a single car accident that she had just witnessed downtown Charleston. Seconds later, her life changed forever. While running to help someone who was possibly injured, the driver returned to his car, pulled out a gun and began firing.....
Ninth Circuit Director of Juvenile Diversion Programs, Noah Moore, was honored by the Low-country Affiliate of the South Carolina Association of Volunteer Administrators (LASCAVA) as Volunteer Administrator of the year for 2005.