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  • Update on Arrests of Former Clemson Players Johnson, Fuller

    July 6, 2018

    Jadar Johnson and CJ Fuller are names that will forever be etched in the pantheon of Clemson football lore — both were contributors to the Tiger’s 2016 National Championship season.

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    Jadar Johnson (left) stands next to Ryan Carter (right) during Clemson’s pro day in 2016.

    Johnson was an All-ACC defensive back who was a leader on one of the best defenses in the country. Fans will remember Fuller for some key plays he made as a running back against NC State and Ohio State that helped secure those wins.

    Fans surely would only like to remember the two as champion football players, but that’s going to be harder now since the two are now awaiting sentencing following their arrest for breaking and entering on March 28.

    Along with accomplice Quaven Ferguson, the two were charged with armed robbery after an incident where the men robbed the apartment of a former teammate while he was at practice. The details were clear because of three clear pieces of police evidence: DNA, a 911 call, and surveillance footage.

    The initial 911 call reveals the men were assailed by a female identifying herself to be the resident’s girlfriend. She went on to tell dispatch the men were “ginormous” and were dressed in “black hoods”. In a struggle with the assailants, she was able to pull out some dreadlocks out of Johnson’s head.

    If the DNA from Johnson’s hair and the initial 911 call weren’t enough, security camera footage from a nearby parking garage revealed the men entering and exiting a white Mercedes Benz. The fairly conspicuous vehicle was easily identified by the apartment resident as belonging to CJ Fuller.

    The next day the men were arraigned and released on $25,000 in bond and were forced to wear GPS anklets until their trial begins at a later date. Both men were excused from their first court appearance on May 17, but the prosecution is continuing to build their case with all three pieces of evidence in tow.


  • Injured on the Job?

    March 13, 2018

    What should you do if you are injured on the job?

    Christopher Pracht our Workers Compensation Trial Lawyer explains in the video link below:

    If you would like to schedule an appointment with Christopher please contact our office at 864-293-7793.


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    Workers Compensation –  Personal Injury Lawyer  –  Anderson, SC
  • Considering Adoption?

    March 6, 2018

    Lawyers and Judges alike often refer to adoption hearings as the only really pleasant day in the life of a Family Court practitioner. It is true! We truly love handling adoptions.
    We would love to help you make your family complete!

    To schedule an appointment with Nancy Jo Thomason Cannon please contact our office at 864-293-7793

  • Charged with DUI?

    February 20, 2018

    DUI Lawyer – Anderson, SC – Thomason and Pracht

    If you have been arrested or charged with driving under the influence (DUI), then you need a DUI Lawyer that will stand by you and fight for you.

    After arrest, you may have questions such as:

    Will I lose my License?
    Will I go to jail?
    How long will this be on my record?

    At Thomason & Pracht our attorneys will sit with you and answer your questions and help you through the case.

    A DUI on your record could cost you more than attorney fees. You may be scared you will lose your job. If you are a college student, a DUI charge can impact any grants or scholarships you receive to pay for school. You need a Lawyer to fight to keep a DUI off your record.

    DUI is a criminal offense and you will want an experienced and knowledgeable Lawyer that has dealt with these types of Cases. The DUI Lawyers at Thomason & Pracht, LLP have over 30 years of combined experience with Criminal Defense DUI Cases.

    Call us today to get your questions answered at 864-293-7793.

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  • Auto Accidents: How can we make our highways safe and free from car accidents?

    February 8, 2018

    How can we make our highways safe and free from Car Accidents?

    The first thing that we as a community must do is to hold those who consistently violate our highway laws accountable. Additionally, it is important for the general public to understand that Car wrecks usually not “accidents”. As we said earlier the majority of car crashes are caused by someone being careless and thereby needlessly endangering other motorist and pedestrians. Here are some common sense Rules of the Road that we are required to follow:

    A driver must always keep a proper look out for other vehicles.
    A Driver must always operate his/her vehicle at a safe and proper speed.
    A Driver must yield the right of way when entering a roadway.
    A Driver must keep his car or truck in his/her lane of travel unless it is safe to move out of your lane.
    A Driver must not pass another vehicle unless it is safe to do so taking into consideration all of the factors present on the roadway.
    A driver must keep a safe distance between his/her vehicle and the vehicle in front of them.
    There are many other rules of the road that we must follow every time we get behind the wheel of a car or truck. It is easy to ignore these basic and common sense rules however, when drivers violate these rules they needlessly endanger the public. The cost of these violations can be seen on the front page of the paper every week when we read about a serious injury or death resulting from a motor vehicle collision.

    Christopher Pracht
    Auto Accident Lawyer
    Anderson, SC