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A -- AND WILL TOUCH EVERY PERSON IN THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. At the conclusion of the case, the family of the deceased as well as the community were pleased, even though the Defendant was acquitted. When she was excused by her teacher, and tried to walk home, she was killed by a truck while trying to cross the highway. Bernard Fielding was declared the winner in the 1990 race for Probate Court for Charleston County, having received 29,492 votes to 29,038 votes for his opponent, Chris Merrill. Any Occupation, Business or Profession Other Than the Practice of Law: He headed the Physical Education Department at Wallace High School, Charleston, South Carolina, from 1959 to 1962. Greshem Meggett High School, Charleston, South Carolina, from 1962 to 1963. Sued: In 1990, he was named in a lawsuit by Patricia R. Q YOUR QUESTIONNAIRE MADE REFERENCE TO TWO LAWSUITS. A ONE LAWSUIT, A YOUNG LADY BY THE NAME OF -- I THINK I'VE GOT IT HERE -- WELL, ANYWAY, SHE WAS ENTERING MY OFFICES. In the hospital and health care field, he is experienced in certificates of need, physician contracts, and medical staff/peer review issues. His teaching of criminal law, primarily police and probation officers, for the past 21 years has given him an incite into law enforcement and criminal law at different levels. The South Carolina Supreme Court dismissed the case on the grounds of "sovereign immunity," but the school policies were drastically changed in Charleston County concerning the transportation of students and the protection of students in general. The case was appealed by his opponent to the State Election Commission, which overturned the election and ordered a new one. Public Office: He is a member of the House of Representatives. Schultz along with 17 other people, relative to a closing that he did for her on her home. MOST PEOPLE FALL LEAVING THE OFFICE, BUT SHE WAS ENTERING MY OFFICE, AND SHE MISSED HER STEP AND FELL. YOU HAVE NO OBJECTION TO US MAKING THAT A PART OF THE RECORD THEN? He has extensive experience in the area of worker's compensation and insurance matters as plaintiff and defense counsel. When notice is received that an individual intends to seek election or reelection to the Bench, the Committee conducts such investigation of the candidate as it deems appropriate and reports its Findings to the General Assembly prior to the election. BEFORE THEY PASSED THE PRESENT BANKRUPTCY STATUTE, THEY APPOINTED PEOPLE, LAWYERS, TRUSTEES IN BANKRUPTCY. Q AND THE NEXT ONE IS -- THAT LAST ONE WAS IN 1973. Acts 122, this Committee met to consider the qualifications of the candidates seeking election to the positions of Judge of the Ninth Judicial Circuit; Judge of the Circuit Court at Large, Seat #5; Judge of the Family Court of the First Judicial Circuit, Seat #2; Judge of the Family Court of the Second Judicial Circuit, Seat #1; Judge of the Family Court of the Third Judicial Circuit, Seat #1; Judge of the Family Court of the Fourth Judicial Circuit, Seat #1; Judge of the Family Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit, Seats #1 and #4; Judge of the Family Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit, Seat #3; Judge of the Family Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit, Seat #2; and Judge of the Family Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, Seat #2. The Judicial Screening Committee is charged by law to consider the qualifications of candidates for the Judiciary.
WITH ME IS THE VICE-CHAIRMAN LARRY GENTRY, A REPRESENTATIVE FROM SALUDA COUNTY, AND REPRESENTATIVE HODGES FROM LANCASTER COUNTY; SENATOR LOURIE IS HERE ON MY RIGHT. CHAIRMAN POPE: -- , AND WE NEEDED TO BE IN THIS BUILDING, AND THIS IS THE BIGGEST ROOM WE HAVE. WE'RE GOING TO TRY TO MOVE ALONG AS QUICKLY AS WE CAN. WE WILL GO ACROSS THE HALL FOR A FEW MINUTES, AND THEN COME RIGHT BACK. in Business Administration, 1941; and the University of North Carolina School of Law, LLB, 1965. Legal/Judicial education during the past five years: He has attended practically all of the judicial CLEs and most of the CLEs dealing with Family Court. Courses taught or lectures presented: He has been a visiting lecturer at St. JUDGE, YOU HAVE OBVIOUSLY MADE AN ELECTION THAT YOU WANTED TO STAY ON THE BENCH AND HELP OUT, AND I THINK THE STATE IS GRATEFUL FOR THAT DECISION. A WELL, I WOULD THINK THAT IT IS OF MAJOR IMPORTANCE, ACTUALLY. I THINK THE LITIGANTS AND THEIR ATTORNEYS AND THE PUBLIC ARE ENTITLED TO A COURT THAT IS CALM, COLLECTED, AND GIVES EVERYBODY A FAIR SHAKE. Mark Cameron, who at the time was an Air Force Officer, utilized his job as an Alibi Defense due to the fact that he was on restricted duty at the time of the murder. The case was dismissed pursuant to Rule 23; Advance Sheet No. At the trial the defense was that Janie Duberry suffered from Battered Wife Syndrome and was forced to kill her spouse. During the preliminary plea negotiations, the Defendant was prepared to plead guilty to Involuntary Manslaughter; however, after a very emotional conference with the deceased's 84-year-old mother, he refused to accept the plea and proceeded to trial. AND HE SUED MYSELF, JUDGE HOWARD, THE CLERK OF COURT, AND A FEW MORE COURT PERSONNEL. THE LOCAL MERCHANT THEN WENT AND TOOK OUT A WARRANT FOR FAILURE TO PAY MATERIAL. Q THE NEXT ONE, THE PLAINTIFF IS UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, THE GOVERNMENT.
WHAT DO YOU THINK THE IMPORTANCE OF JUDICIAL TEMPERAMENT IS, FOR A JUDGE? I HAVE HAD THE OCCASION OF BEING IN THE TRENCHES FOR THE LAST NINE YEARS, MEANING THE TRENCHES IN FAMILY COURT, MEANING THE TRENCHES IN CIRCUIT COURT, PARTICULARLY GENERAL SESSIONS COURT, AND HAVING THE PLEDGE TO PERSONALLY OBSERVE DIFFERENT CIRCUIT COURT JUDGES COME TO OUR FINE COUNTY AND HOW THEY HAVE DISPLAYED THEMSELVES IN THE COURSE OF SEEKING JUSTICE. CHAIRMAN POPE: SENATOR, I UNDERSTAND THAT THE AIR CONDITIONING IS ON FULL-BLAST. MARTIN, HAVE YOU HAD A CHANCE TO REVIEW THE PERSONAL DATA QUESTIONNAIRE SUMMARY? Q ARE THERE ANY CLARIFICATIONS OR AMENDMENTS NEEDED? Q YOU HAVE NO OBJECTION TO US MAKING THAT SUMMARY A PART OF THE RECORD? C., October 23, 1987 Corporation, Banking and Securities/Real Estate Practices, Family Law, January 10, 1986 A Judicial CLE Seminar, June 20, 1986 9. Box 70398, Charleston, SC 298115-0398 (e) Capers G. HAVING CHECKED THE HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT RECORDS AND THE RECORDS OF CHARLESTON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE, CHARLESTON CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT, SLED, AND F. I., AS WELL AS THE JUDGMENT ROLLS OF CHARLESTON COUNTY, ALL OF THOSE RECORDS ARE NEGATIVE. A WELL, I STARTED MY LAW PRACTICE IN 1966, AFTER GRADUATING FROM LAW SCHOOL, WITH ATTORNEY RICHARD FIELDS, WHO IS NOW JUDGE FIELDS.
IT IS A GREAT THING, AS A PRACTICING ATTORNEY, TO KNOW THAT WHEN YOU COME BEFORE A PARTICULAR JUDGE, THAT FIRST OF ALL, YOU BE TREATED WITH RESPECT, THAT THE SLATE IS CLEAN, THAT WE ALL ARE STARTING OFF AT THE SAME STARTING POINT. WE'RE NOT IN EXECUTIVE SESSION; LET'S LET SOME AIR IN HERE. Courses Taught: He lectured on Family Law Legislation at the Family Court Judges Conference held in Charleston, South Carolina in 1988. Box 388, Charleston, SC 29402-0388 (d) Honorable Bernard R. AND AFTER A YEAR OF PRACTICE, I WAS INSTRUMENTAL IN GETTING ESTABLISHED NEIGHBORHOOD LEGAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS, DESIGNED FOR THE PURPOSE OF RENDERING FREE LEGAL SERVICES TO INDIGENTS IN CHARLESTON COUNTY. Box 1904, Spartanburg, SC 29304 Q THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS ON GRIEVANCES AND DISCIPLINE HAS REPORTED NO COMPLAINTS HAVE EVER BEEN FILED AGAINST YOU.
Allegations of wine being traded for votes and whiskey being sold at the polling places along with other voting irregularities were unsubstantiated and unfounded. Larry Blanding was charged with extortion and conspiracy to commit extortion in the "Legislative Sting Operation." The case lasted two weeks after which Larry Blanding was found guilty. This case is presently on appeal with the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. The case is identified as , Court of Common Pleas for Charleston County, File No. He was dismissed as a Defendant in this case by the Circuit Court and subsequently by the Supreme Court of South Carolina by Order dated July 18, 1991. In 1980, he was sued along with Benjamin Brooks by Ella Mae Buie, who fell while being in his office and injured her leg. Brooks was the owner of the building, and he was the tenant at the time. His last physical examination was on January 24, 1992, by Dr. AND SHE CAME IN, AND I ASKED HER HOW SHE FELT; SHE FELT FINE. CHAIRMAN, WOULD BE THAT MY SON HAS NOW ACHIEVED AGE 12 INSTEAD OF AGE 11. He is currently counsel for a public utility and experienced in regulatory matters concerning wastewater, water and power with appearances before the S. Department of Health and Environmental Control, the S. Public Service Commission and the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
The Supreme Court unanimously overturned the South Carolina Election Commission decision and declared Judge Bernard Fielding the winner, indicating that frivolous and unsubstantiated claims should not be tolerated. The case is presently on appeal in the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. She sued them for ,000.00, and the case was settled for 5.00, representing payment for medicals and filing fees. I THINK SHE WENT BACK HOME AND SOMEBODY TOLD HER, "YOU FELL IN A LAWYER'S OFFICE. 1975-1991 He was engaged in private practice as an associate of J. Askins, Hemingway, South Carolina (1975-1976); a sole practitioner in Gaffney, South Carolina (1976-1980); and as a partner in the firm of Hall, Daniel, Winter and Clary, Gaffney, South Carolina (1980-1991). MY NAME IS TOM POPE; I'M FROM NEWBERRY, AND A MEMBER OF THE SENATE. THE SENATE GOES IN SESSION AT ; YOU GO IN AT -- VICE-CHAIRMAN GENTRY: . NO WITNESSES ARE HERE TO TESTIFY IN ANY WAY AGAINST YOU. BASED ON YOUR YEARS OF EXPERIENCE, HOW IMPORTANT DO YOU REGARD THAT QUALITY? Q YOU HAVE NO OBJECTION TO US MAKING IT A PART OF THE RECORD? Percentage of cases in trial courts: Jury - 65% Non-jury - 35% Of those cases he was sole counsel for approximately 90%. Five (5) of the most significant litigated matters in either trial or appellate court: (a) (Murder Trial). The State's key witness was a 17-year-old prostitute who was employed at an escort service in which the Defendant was a part-time driver. The Defendant was tried for the death of her husband. FEDERAL COURT RECORDS SHOW NO JUDGMENTS OR CRIMINAL ACTIONS AGAINST YOU; AND I BELIEVE THERE'S ONE CIVIL ACTION BROUGHT AGAINST YOU, AS ASSISTANT SOLICITOR. HE WAS REPRESENTED BY A FELLOW RUNNING, FROM A CHARLESTON BAR. IT DEALT WITH A SITUATION WHERE A LOCAL MERCHANT IN BERKELEY COUNTY HAD ALLOCATED FUNDS TO A CONTRACTOR, WHO, HAVING RECEIVED THE FUNDS, AFTER COMPLETING THE PARTICULAR BUILDING THAT WAS CONTRACTED UPON, REFUSED TO PAY.