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on SEPT. 09, 1999 for a violation of South Carolina
Gambling Statutes. The defendant was charged with
ADVENTURING IN LOTTERY
The parties now desire to enter into a compromise
settlement to avoid litigation whereby the defendant
agrees to voluntarily relinquish all rights and
ownership to the defendant’s property.
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that the
defendant’s/respondent’s property of $152,016.00 (ONE
HUNDRED AND FIFTY-TWO THOUSAND AND SIXTEEN DOLLARS) in
United States Currency be forfeited pursuant to sec.
16-19-80, Code of Laws of South Carolina (1976), as
GCSO gave petitioner a form that explained the consent form.
Also on this date, the $1,259 in cash that had been seized from
Mrs. Hackworth’s purse and the $12,000 in cash that had been
seized from Mrs. Hackworth’s closet were returned to petitioner.
On or about November 22, 1999, petitioner pleaded guilty to
“Adventuring in lotteries” in violation of section 16-19-20 of
the Code of Laws of South Carolina (1976). In connection with
petitioner’s guilty plea, he was issued a citation and paid a
Petitioners’ Income Tax Return for 1999
Petitioners’ joint Federal income tax return for 1999 was
due to be filed with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Center in
Atlanta, Georgia, by October 16, 2000. Petitioners did not file
their 1999 return, however, until October 20, 2000. Louis G.
Manios prepared petitioners’ 1999 return.
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