Attorney Regina Ward urges legislature to pass Mica’s Law

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David Hucks is a 12th generation descendant of the area we now call Myrtle Beach, S.C. David attended Coastal Carolina University and like most of his family, has never left the area. David is the lead journalist at

Attorney Regina Ward held a press conference today concerning the passage of Mica’s Law at the Conway Courthouse on behalf of Mica Miller’s family of origin.

Ward spoke eloquently about the myriad of issues surrounding relational abuse.

Her comments can be heard just above. Ward represents Mica’s sister and paternal family concerning estate issues.

Ward stressed the need for Judicial Reform by encouraging legislators to pass Mica’s Law. The law would give policing agencies more tools in their tool box for addressing relational abuse.

Most all major media outlets were present, including Mandy Matney who posted the below on X.

Mica’s Legacy – Hurt vs. Harm

J.P. Miller did so much more than simply hurt Mica. J.P. harmed Mica. Ward defined the behavior as abusive coercive control.

An example of hurt is when a person gets punched.

An example of harm is when a person is punched every day for years, legally hounded, electronically tracked, shamed, silenced, isolated, wrongfully diagnosed, and threatened ongoing.

Harm changes the way a person views their world and their reality. J.P. Miller harmed Mica, as Ward explained in detail in her presentation.


As Attorney Ward stated, S.C. Senator Luke Rankin is a key player in working to get Mica’s law passed.

Horry Senator Luke Rankin

S.C. Judicial watch activists have called Senator Rankin the biggest impediment to true judicial reform in the state.

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