About the Seminar - Recorded 02/21/2020
The South Carolina Bar-CLE Division is proud to present the 2020 edition of one of our most popular seminars. Designed by 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. This program also includes an hour of Mental Health/Substance Abuse content!
Welcome and Opening Remarks
Thinking Through the Structure of Evidence
Honorable John C. Few, Associate Justice, South Carolina Supreme Court
“The Sound of Silence”- The Fifth Amendment and the Right to Remain Silent: Preventing the creation of evidence and using the assertion of the right as evidence
Andrew B. Moorman, Sr., Esquire, Moorman Law Firm, LLC, Greenville
Preserving Evidence Issues for Appeal
Kathleen Barnes, Esquire, Barnes Law Firm, Hampton
“A whole 'nother world: evidence in Magistrates Court”
Daniel Coble, Richland County Magistrate Judge, Columbia
“Rap Was the Case That They Gave Me”: The Admissibility of Rap Lyrics at Trial
Cory B. Patterson, Haynsworth, Sinkler, and Boyd, Greenville
Momsense: Practical Advice About Taking Responsibility, Building Resilience, and Being a Better Lawyer
Barbara Seymour, Esquire, Clawson and Staubes, LLC, Columbia
Mandatory MCLE Credit Hours
This seminar qualifies for 6.0 MCLE credit hours, including up to 1.0 SA.MH credit hour.
This seminar is an Intermediate level program.
Note: When submitting your compliance reports to the SC Commission on CLE and Specialization, if you completed this in 2020, please use this course code: 203510ADO