As Hurricane Florence bears down on the East Coast, resulting in widespread closures of courts and law offices, local lawyers in the Carolinas are finding ways to weather the storm.

“It’s such a great opportunity when the courts close and the phones aren’t ringing to catch up on a never-ending to-do list,” said prominent Charleston, South Carolina, criminal defense lawyer Andy Savage, who was in the office on Wednesday. “We’re getting to do the things that you never get a chance to do.”

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