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Whipping Up Some Justice: Italian Sausage Egg Bake and the Castle Doctrine

Credit(s): 0.75 CLE Credits
Course Number: DL-640
Original Program Date: October 8, 2012
Duration: 1 hour 13 minutes
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  • The SC Bar-CLE Division is proud to present the first installment of what promises to be the most deliciously delectable CLE series ever offered for your educational and dining consumption!  Join expert chef and retired Family Court Judge Leslie Riddle and guest chef Jack Swerling as they show you how to “whip up” a delightful Italian sausage egg bake.  Then sit down for breakfast with Circuit Judge Knox McMahon and Lexington County Deputy Solicitor Dayton Riddle to discuss the criminal law practice “flavor of the day,” the Castle Doctrine. 


    This innovative program will not only feed your appetite for great food, but will also provide you with the kind of inside perspectives of the criminal defense attorney, the solicitor, and the judge on one of the hottest topics in criminal practice in South Carolina today. The Castle Doctrine is without a doubt the “motion du jour” for many criminal practitioners.  It is a doctrine that is still evolving in South Carolina and its implications are far-reaching and pervasive. What better way to learn what the Castle Doctrine is, when and how you can appropriately and effectively raise or counter it, and what it can do for your criminal defense client, than to listen in on this relaxed yet powerful conversation between three men who know it best.  By watching this program, you will not only get .75 hour of practical CLE, but you will also get great course materials and Chef Leslie’s and Chef Jack’s amazing Italian Sausage Egg Bake recipe! 

    So if you are hungry for something different from a CLE program, “Whipping Up Some Justice” is the perfect formula!
    For more information or to view the second cooking segment, please click here.

    0.75 CLE Credits
    The Hon. R. Knox McMahon

    The Honorable R. Knox McMahon is a resident Circuit Court Judge of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit. He received both his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of South Carolina. Prior to becoming a judge, he was in private practice and had previously served as a prosecutor with both the Fifth and Eleventh Circuit Solicitor’s Offices. He also is a former law enforcement officer and has taught numerous courses at the National Advocacy Center. He has also lectured at the S.C. Criminal Justice Academy, the Attorney General’s Conference on Capital Litigation and the annual SC Judicial Conference.

    Hon. Leslie K. Riddle

    Leslie Kirkland Riddle was born on December 30, 1958 in Columbia, South Carolina. Her parents are Henry W. and Patricia Moorer Kirkland of Columbia, South Carolina. She has three brothers, H. Wesley Kirkland of Columbia, South Carolina, W. Keith Kirkland, of Charleston, South Carolina, William D. Kirkland of Atlanta, Georgia.

    She graduated from Irmo High School in 1977 and then went on to Clemson University where she graduated in 1981. She attended the University of South Carolina School of Law and graduated in 1984.

    Judge Riddle started her legal career as an Assistant Solicitor for the Fifth Circuit Solicitor's Office from 1982 to 1986. She worked for the Volunteer Guardian ad Litem Project of Richland County from 1988 to 1990 while also in private practice with the law firm of Kirkland, Dodson, Rush and Riddle in Columbia, South Carolina until her election as Family Court Judge for the 5th Judicial Circuit in 1995 where she served until late 2012.  Leslie is a mediator in Family Court Mediation cases.

    She is a member of Saint Luke's Lutheran Church in Columbia.  She is married to Charles Dayton Riddle, III. They have three children.


    Dayton Riddle
    Jack B. Swerling

    Jack B. Swerling practices law in Columbia, South Carolina. He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Clemson University (1968), and his Juris Doctor Degree from the University of South Carolina School of Law (1973).
    Mr. Swerling was a member of the Supreme Court of South Carolina's Board of Law Examiners and a member of the Supreme Court's Board of Commissioners on Grievances and Discipline. He is currently a member of the Chief Justice’s Commission on the Profession and the Criminal Rules Taskforce. He has been on the Faculty of the University of South Carolina School of Medicine, Department of Neuropsychiatry for more than 20 years, and formerly served on the Faculty of the University of South Carolina School of Law for a number of years.

    Mr. Swerling is the author of The South Carolina Criminal Trial Notebook, My Little Rules Book – Criminal and Civil , and a number of articles which have appeared in several law related magazines. He contributed two chapters, one on cross-examination and one on closing arguments, to the South Carolina Criminal Trial Techniques Handbook, authored by the Honorable Ralph King Anderson Jr.
    He is a Life Fellow of the South Carolina Bar Foundation and served as President from 1997-1998. He is a member of the John Belton O'Neill Inn of Court and a member of the Fourth Circuit Judicial Conference. He is a Fellow in the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers, the American College of Trial Lawyers, the American Board of Criminal Lawyers, the International Academy of Trial Lawyers and the Litigation Counsel of America.

    DescriptionPagesFile Size
    Italian Egg Sausage Bake RecipeNA111 KB
    Castle Doctrine MaterialsNA10 MB
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