Direct Examination Podcast
Summary: Direct Examination: The South Carolina Lawyer Podcast is a podcast by lawyers about law, politics, and legal issues in South Carolina. Hosted by Joseph Bias, Dayne Phillips, and Amber Fulmer. Contact us at DirectExaminationPodcast@gmail.comDayne Phillips: https://sccriminallaws.com/Amber Fulmer: https://www.mooretaylorlaw.com/Joseph Bias: http://www.national-law.com/locations/columbia-sc/
Joseph and Amber sit down with Jane Downey, Alexandra Beneveto Rebecca Creel and Madelyn Dukes to talk about their experience as women working in the legal field in South Carolina.
The trio sit down with Megan Seiner of the South Carolina Bar Foundation.
Dayne and Joseph sit down with Jennifer Rainville of S.C. Legal Services.
The trio talks with Malissa Burnette, founder of the Burnette, Shutt & McDaniel law firm, to discuss her experiences as a woman working in the legal field in South Carolina.
Our trio hosts a criminal law round table with Jael Gilreath, Tyler Bailey and Joe Leventis.
The topnotch trio sit down and tackle a few listener-submitted questions.
Joseph sits down with producer Brindy to discuss his candy distribution guide for Halloween.
The trio sits down with Benjamin Dunn, a candidate in the hotly contested District 20 South Carolina Senate race.
Our terrific trio sits down with Eric Poston a.k.a. Ducati James of Fleetwood x Ducati James.
S.C. Supreme Court Justice John Few discusses his rise to the highest court in the state.
Vance Stricklin Jr. gives a primer on alimony.
Amber, Dayne and Joseph talk with South Carolina Bar Executive Director David Ross and guests Nichole Davis and Betsy Goodale.
David Rudolf calls in to discuss his work in the Michael Peterson trial featured in the Netflix documentary "The Staircase."
Byron Gipson joins the Direct Examination trio and discusses what it's like for a solicitor and his run as the Democratic candidate for the solicitor or Richland and Kershaw counties.
Dick Harpootlian joins the Direct Examination trio and discusses his long legal career, including his prosecution of PeeWee Gaskins, and the reasons behind his current run for office.