Alan Wilson was elected South Carolina's 51st Attorney General on November 2, 2010, re-elected to a second term on November 4, 2014 and re-elected to a third term on November 6, 2018. Since being elected, Wilson has focused on keeping South Carolina's families safe, defending their freedom and protecting their futures.
Legal ServicesThe Legal Services Division of the Office of the Attorney General handles a variety of non-criminal matters on behalf of the state.
Criminal JusticeAlong with the sixteen Circuit Solicitors, the Attorney General is responsible for the prosecution of all criminal matters within the South Carolina judicial system.
Crime Victim ServicesThe Crime Victim Services Division provides assistance including financial compensation, grants, training, certification, and liaison assistance to eligible crime victims and service providers in South Carolina.
From the Office of the Attorney General
Sep 29, 2023
Attorney General Alan Wilson led 25 other states in a letter to Pornhub’s parent company with concerns over content featuring children.
Sep 29, 2023
Attorney General Alan Wilson announced the arrest of Daniel Paul Shealy, 34, of Rock Hill, S.C., on three charges connected to the sexual exploitation of a minor.
Sep 28, 2023
Attorney General Alan Wilson announced the arrest of Brandon Lamar Jones, 38, of Trenton, S.C., on 10 charges connected to the sexual exploitation of minors.
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South Carolina’s Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force works closely with law enforcement around the state, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), and several other state and federal agencies in an effort to keep our children safe online.
The mission of the South Carolina Veteran and Armed Forces Legal Outreach Program is to provide guidance or representation to veterans and members of the Armed Forces. This program is a collaboration between the Attorney General’s Office, the South Carolina Bar and the SC Military Department.
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