About the Seminar
The South Carolina Bar-CLE Division is proud to present the 2019 edition of one of our most popular seminars. Designed and moderated by S.C. Supreme Court Justice John Cannon Few, this innovative, powerful and practical seminar always takes an entertaining and insightful look at some of the thorniest evidence problems any trial lawyer or judge could face, and this year is no exception. Justice Few has brought together a truly outstanding faculty of talented and experienced trial attorneys for an unforgettable and entertaining learning experience.
If you are a South Carolina litigator who wants to sharpen your evidence skills and knowledge, or you simply want to come to the most exciting CLE program you have ever attended, then you don't want to miss It's All a Game: Top Trial Lawyers Tackle Evidence!
Welcome and Opening Remarks
Honorable John Cannon Few - Justice, Supreme Court of South Carolina
Thinking Through the Structure of Evidence
Honorable John Cannon Few
I See Dead People: Evidentiary Issues When Witnesses Die (or Disappear) Before Trial
Christopher J. Bryant - Yarborough Applegate LLC, Charleston
But It Happens All the Time; the Admissibility (or Not) of Other Similar Incidents
Julie L. Moore - Duffy & Young LLC, Charleston
Expert Testimony, Will We Ever Settle Its Admissibility? Yes-Today!
Byron E. Gipson - Solicitor, Fifth Judicial Circuit, Columbia
Rules of Evidence from L'Affaire Russe
Christopher P. Kenney - Richard A. Harpootlian, PA, Columbia
The Ethics of Presenting (and Objecting to) Evidence
Andrew B. Moorman - Deputy Criminal Chief for Narcotics, United States Attorney's Office,
This program qualifies for 6.0 MCLE credit hours, including up to 1.0 LEPR credit hour.
This seminar is an Intermediate to Advanced level program.
Note: When submitting your compliance reports to the SC Commission on CLE and Specialization, if you completed this in 2019, please use this course code: 191712ADO
About the Seminar