Despite the narrow window allowed to appellants in criminal cases, one defendant in South Carolina found success in proving the trial court misinterpreted a statute providing certain individuals immunity from prosecution for weapons charges.

In an April 5 opinion by Judge Aphrodite K. Konduros, the South Carolina Court of Appeals remanded a murder conviction, instructing the trial court to make specific findings of fact as to whether defendant Calvin Ford was entitled to immunity.

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