Amber and Joseph exchange silly *direct examination* (see what we did there?) questions, hilarity ensues.
Dayne and Joseph are joined by Kevin Barth and Yolanda Courie to talk about ABA Mediation Week and mediations in South Carolina.
Joseph and Amber are joined by Dick Whiting to discuss wiretapping and its effects on family law and civil cases.
We made it to 100! Join co-hosts Amber, Dayne, and Joseph as they look back on their favorite moments and clips from the last 99 episodes and look forward to the next 100!
Two of the prosecutors on the Samantha Josephson case, Byron Gipson and April Sampson, speak with Joseph about their trial strategies, dealing with a high profile murder case, and trying to not become a meme.
South Carolina Circuit Court Judge James Barber joins us to discuss strategies for success in court, tips on becoming a judge, and tells one of the all-time funniest war stories.
Goings Law Firm attorney, Front Porch Football founder and podcast host Chris Paschal joins us to talk law and college football, Joseph introduces a dumb new game , and the crew makes their college football predictions sure to go wrong. (Recorded before Week 1)
Our terrific trio is back, and they’re talking with returning guest Susan Williams. Susan is a criminal defense attorney out of the Charleston, SC area, where she focuses on criminal defense. You might have seen her on CourtTV where she frequently appears as a guest legal analyst, most recently discussing the R. Kelly trial, the Robert Durst trial, and of course the Murdaugh investigation.
Amber and Joseph take a break from their summer breaks to talk with Vernon Glenn, a trial lawyer with more than 40 years of experience. But they’re talking with him today about a different role: author and publisher. Vernon is the owner of Cooper River Books, through which he has published three books, including his most recent book “You Have Your Way.” Find out how his legal career inspired his writing career.
We’re on summer break, but the SC4CJR Takeover begins! Allie Menegakis and Donna White of SC4CJR are joined by Lamar Suber with the South Carolina Department of Mental Health to discuss mental health in the criminal justice system.
Learn more about South Carolina for Criminal Justice Reform at SC4CJR.org.
You can follow Allie at @SC4CJR on Twitter and learn more about criminal justice reform at SC4CJR.org.
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