Court cases about hands of one is the hands of all in South Carolina?

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court cases about hands of one is the hands of all. were the defendant wins
02/04/2017   |   Category: Criminal   |   State: South Carolina   |   #31534

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Criminal law in South Carolina recognizes a form of accomplice liability commonly referred to as the “hand of one, hand of all.” This is where a person who participates in a crime with another person or group of people can be charged with some or all the crimes committed by the other person or group as if the person participated in the separate crimes.
 

There are 72 plus cases in South Carolina that mention the "hand of one, is the hand of all". Below you will fine a list of 20 opinions that address the doctrine and after that the most cited cases in South Carolina that address the issue. We could not order by who won in each of the opinions below.

1.  State v. Pritchett, 122116 SCCA, 2016-UP-523
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Court of Appeals of South Carolina      December 21, 2016   0
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...unlawful carrying of a pistol charge when the hand of one is the hand of all theory was charged
to


2.  State v. Johnson, 111616 SCCA, 5456
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Court of Appeals of South Carolina      November 16, 2016   0
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...police officer, (3) instructing the jury concerning "the hand of one is the hand of all" because the
evidence did


3.  State v. Myers, 062216 SCCA, 2016-UP-321
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Court of Appeals of South Carolina      June 22, 2016   0
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...trial court erred in charging the jury "the hand of one is the hand of all": State v. Brandt, 393


4.  State v. Upson, 060116 SCCA, 2016-UP-237
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Court of Appeals of South Carolina      June 1, 2016   0
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...2d 320, 324 (Ct. App. 2002) ("Under the 'hand of one is the hand of all' theory, one who joins


5.  State v. Butler, 042016 SCCA, 2016-UP-181
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Court of Appeals of South Carolina      April 20, 2016   0
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...1981) (stating that to admit evidence under the "hand of one is the hand of all" theory, "the
existence of


6.  State v. Smith, 022416 SCCA, 2016-UP-073
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Court of Appeals of South Carolina      February 24, 2016   0
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...erred by (1) charging the jury on the "hand of one is the hand of all" theory of accomplice liability


7.  State v. Manigan, 012016 SCCA, 2016-UP-022
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Court of Appeals of South Carolina      January 20, 2016   0
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...guilt and (2) charging the jury that "the hand of one is the hand of all" because the investigating
officer


8.  780 S.E.2d 892 (S.C. 2015), 27562, State v. Larmand
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Supreme Court of South Carolina   780 S.E.2d 892, 415 S.C. 23   December 23, 2015   5
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...on the existence of a conspiracy under the " hand of one is the hand of all" theory.--------- 


9.  State v. Benjamin, 121615 SCCA, 2015-UP-554
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Court of Appeals of South Carolina      December 16, 2015   0
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...accomplice liability arises from the theory that 'the hand of one is the hand of all.'"), cert. denied,
135 S


10.  State v. Larmand, 081215 SCSC, 27562
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Supreme Court of South Carolina      August 12, 2015   0
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...on the existence of a conspiracy under the "hand of one is the hand of all" theory.--------- 


11.  776 S.E.2d 387 (S.C.App. 2015), 5332, State v. Harry
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Court of Appeals of South Carolina   776 S.E.2d 387, 413 S.C. 534   July 22, 2015   0
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...Kareem Harry appeals his murder conviction under the hand of one is the hand of all theory of
accomplice liability
 

12.  State v. Holder, 060315 SCCA, 2015-UP-273
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Court of Appeals of South Carolina      June 3, 2015   0
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...2d 904, 910 (2014) (stating that under the "hand of one is the hand of all" theory of accomplice
liability


13.  State v. Allison, 121714 SCCA, 2014-UP-473
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Court of Appeals of South Carolina      December 17, 2014   0
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...only if the jury was also charged "the hand of one is the hand of all" law because the State


14.  Sanders v. State, 121714 SCSC, 2014-MO-049
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Supreme Court of South Carolina      December 17, 2014   0
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...2d 98, 101 (1999) ("Under this theory [the hand of one is the hand of all], one who joins with


15.  765 S.E.2d 841 (S.C.App. 2014), 5278, State v. Jackson
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Court of Appeals of South Carolina   765 S.E.2d 841, 410 S.C. 584   November 5, 2014   1
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...murder under the accomplice liability doctrine of the hand of one is the hand of all. Under the
hand of


16.  State v. Hunsberger, 110514 SCCA, 2014-UP-381
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Court of Appeals of South Carolina      November 5, 2014   0
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...s theory rested on the theory of "the hand of one is the hand of all" and the witnesses' memories


17.  State v. Hollis, 080614 SCCA, 2014-UP-319
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Court of Appeals of South Carolina      August 6, 2014   0
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...05 (Ct. App. 2007) (stating that "under the hand of one is the hand of all theory [of accomplice
liability


18.  State v. Reese, 073014 SCCA, 2014-UP-300
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Court of Appeals of South Carolina      July 30, 2014   0
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...on her co-defendant's actions "under the hand of one is the hand of all theory, " was engaged in


19.  758 S.E.2d 904 (S.C. 2014), 27407, State v. Reid
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Supreme Court of South Carolina   758 S.E.2d 904, 408 S.C. 461   July 2, 2014   5
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...could be convicted under the theory of " the hand of one is the hand of all." The trial court denied


20.  State v. Canty, 060414 SCCA, 2014-UP-208
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Court of Appeals of South Carolina      June 4, 2014   0
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...the defendant could be found guilty under the hand of one is the hand of all accomplice liability
theory because

 
Here is a list of the most cited cases in South Carolina dealing the hand of one is the hand of all.

1.  502 S.E.2d 63 (S.C. 1998), 24801, State v. Kelsey
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Supreme Court of South Carolina   502 S.E.2d 63, 331 S.C. 50   June 8, 1998   99
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...77] course the law also says that the hand of one is the hand of all. The law says--that


2.  485 S.E.2d 360 (S.C. 1997), 24608, State v. Byram
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Supreme Court of South Carolina   485 S.E.2d 360, 326 S.C. 107   April 28, 1997   37
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...jury on mere presence, accomplice liability, and "the hand of one is the hand of all" during the
guilt phase


3.  562 S.E.2d 320 (S.C.App. 2002), 3471, State v. Condrey
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Court of Appeals of South Carolina   562 S.E.2d 320, 349 S.C. 184   April 1, 2002   35
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...Did the trial court err in charging the "hand of one is the hand of all" doctrine? III. Did the


4.  406 S.E.2d 165 (S.C. 1991), 23425, State v. Bell
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Supreme Court of South Carolina   406 S.E.2d 165, 305 S.C. 11   June 24, 1991   33
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...Now, I'm going to charge you the hand of one is the hand of all. Now, as to the


5.  610 S.E.2d 859 (S.C.App. 2005), 3967, State v. Zeigler
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Court of Appeals of South Carolina   610 S.E.2d 859, 364 S.C. 94   March 21, 2005   31
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...something about being merely present in with the hand of one is the hand of all theory but I didn


6.  382 S.E.2d 911 (S.C. 1989), 23058, State v. Franklin
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Supreme Court of South Carolina   382 S.E.2d 911, 299 S.C. 133   August 14, 1989   31
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...all and as it is sometimes said, the hand of one is the hand of all. Franklin contends that the 


7.  697 S.E.2d 578 (S.C. 2010), 26853, State v. Mattison
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Supreme Court of South Carolina   697 S.E.2d 578, 388 S.C. 469   August 9, 2010   30
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...S.E.2d 268, 269 (2000). " Under the ‘ hand of one is the hand of all’ theory, one who joins


8.  534 S.E.2d 268 (S.C. 2000), 25154, State v. Dickman
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Supreme Court of South Carolina   534 S.E.2d 268, 341 S.C. 293   June 19, 2000   23
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...a theory of accomplice liability based on "the hand of one is the hand of all." SeeState v. Crowe


9.  277 S.E.2d 696 (S.C. 1981), 21442, State v. Woomer
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Supreme Court of South Carolina   277 S.E.2d 696, 276 S.C. 258   April 28, 1981   22
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...C. 264] and under the theory that "the hand of one is the hand of all." The objection was
overruled


10.  397 S.E.2d 523 (S.C. 1990), 23285, Thrift v. State
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Supreme Court of South Carolina   397 S.E.2d 523, 302 S.C. 535   October 22, 1990   22
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...of one is the act of all, the hand of one is the hand of all. If two or more


11.  672 S.E.2d 556 (S.C. 2009), 26582, State v. Mercer
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Supreme Court of South Carolina   672 S.E.2d 556, 381 S.C. 149   January 12, 2009   21
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...charged, without objection, on the law of " the hand of one is the hand of all." In denying the
post-


12.  701 S.E.2d 766 (S.C.App. 2010), 4747, State v. Gibson
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Court of Appeals of South Carolina   701 S.E.2d 766, 390 S.C. 347   September 29, 2010   20
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...case to proceed to the jury on the " hand of one is the hand of all" theory of liability. Adams


13.  327 S.E.2d 650 (S.C. 1984), 22168, State v. Patterson
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Supreme Court of South Carolina   327 S.E.2d 650, 285 S.C. 5   October 10, 1984   20
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...law Page 653 rule of murder that the hand of one is the hand of all. State v. Hicks, 257


14.  238 S.E.2d 680 (S.C. 1977), 20536, State v. Gates
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Supreme Court of South Carolina   238 S.E.2d 680, 269 S.C. 557   November 1, 1977   16
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...of one is the act of all the hand of one is the hand of all." In support of the


15.  567 S.E.2d 523 (S.C.App. 2002), 3515, State v. Garrett
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Court of Appeals of South Carolina   567 S.E.2d 523, 350 S.C. 613   June 10, 2002   15
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...It's almost like [the jury] used the hand of one is the hand of all on Mr. Garrett, but


16.  564 S.E.2d 653 (S.C. 2002), 25474, Johnson v. Collins Entertainment Co., Inc.
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Supreme Court of South Carolina   564 S.E.2d 653, 349 S.C. 613   May 28, 2002   15
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...lessor defendants would still be liable under the "hand of one is the hand of all" theory. "When
two or


17.  462 S.E.2d 862 (S.C.App. 1995), 2357, State v. Barroso
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Court of Appeals of South Carolina   462 S.E.2d 862, 320 S.C. 1   June 12, 1995   14
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...trial judge erred in charging the jury "the hand of one is the hand of all." They argue the "hand

 
18.  504 S.E.2d 307 (S.C. 1998), 24828, Douglas v. State
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Supreme Court of South Carolina   504 S.E.2d 307, 332 S.C. 67   August 10, 1998   14
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...that since the jury was charged with "the hand of one is the hand of all" theory, it should have


19.  647 S.E.2d 702 (S.C.App. 2007), 4255, State v. Thompson
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Court of Appeals of South Carolina   647 S.E.2d 702, 374 S.C. 257   June 18, 2007   13
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...S.E.2d 131, 132 (1991) . “Under the ‘hand of one is the hand of all’ theory [of accomplice liability


20.  676 S.E.2d 149 (S.C.App. 2009), 4516, State v. Halcomb
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Court of Appeals of South Carolina   676 S.E.2d 149, 382 S.C. 432   March 11, 2009   13
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...Subsequently, Halcomb and Cottrell were convicted under the " hand of one is the hand of all"
theory of accomplice liability