What are the current laws and rights in South Carolina for a female moving out at the age of 16?
None. The state's legal age of majority is 18. The state does not have established laws allowing the emancipation of minors.
Eli Whitney and his business partner, Phineas Miller, after problems with Georgia farmers making their own versions of the cotton gin, they sold their patent rights to the state of South Carolina in 1802. They also offered the patent rights to North Carolina and Tennessee, but South Carolina was the only state to pay Eli Whitney for the rights. Even then, South Carolina delayed paying the fee.
to stand up for his civil rights on what was done to him by south carolina attorney general & judge doyet jack early by rewriting his last will and trust he stated what he wanted his civil rights was violated on 1983 also on the 14th amendment sec 1 is the process for fighting for his half brother in south carolina his civil rights was violated in the process south carolina attorney general & judge…
South Carolina seceded because they believed that the institution of slavery was in peril. I believe the Civil War was about states rights - that is, the states rights to maintain slavery. South Carolina was complaining about the northern states violating the Constitution by not enforcing the Fugitive Slave Act. The union felt that South Carolina was independent and did not want slavery so now they are in war.