Clockwise from top left: SC Sen John Courson talks to his attorney, Rose Mary Parham, during an Oct 24 bond hearing; Richard Quinn Sr. and attorney Debbie Barbier address the judge at his bond hearing; Rep Rick Quinn sits with his wife, Amy McRae Benck, his parents, Richard Quinn and Ruth LeJeune Quinn, attorney Matthew Richardson and former Rep Tracy Edge during bond court; Solicitor David Pascoe talks with SLED Chief Mark Keel.
Clockwise from top left: SC Sen John Courson talks to his attorney, Rose Mary Parham, during an Oct 24 bond hearing; Richard Quinn Sr. and attorney Debbie Barbier address the judge at his bond hearing; Rep Rick Quinn sits with his wife, Amy McRae Benck, his parents, Richard Quinn and Ruth LeJeune Quinn, attorney Matthew Richardson and former Rep Tracy Edge during bond court; Solicitor David Pascoe talks with SLED Chief Mark Keel. cindi ross scoppe
Clockwise from top left: SC Sen John Courson talks to his attorney, Rose Mary Parham, during an Oct 24 bond hearing; Richard Quinn Sr. and attorney Debbie Barbier address the judge at his bond hearing; Rep Rick Quinn sits with his wife, Amy McRae Benck, his parents, Richard Quinn and Ruth LeJeune Quinn, attorney Matthew Richardson and former Rep Tracy Edge during bond court; Solicitor David Pascoe talks with SLED Chief Mark Keel. cindi ross scoppe

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