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Ernest Charles Grose Jr.
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Ernest Charles Grose Jr.

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Criminal Defense, Appeals, Civil Rights, Sex Crime

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Licensed since 1993

  1. Appeals: 32%
    15 years
  2. Criminal Defense: 32%
    19 years
  3. Civil Rights: 31%
    2 years
  4. Sex Crime: 5%

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Contact Info

Grose Law Firm

404 Main St
Greenwood, SC, 29646-2756

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License

StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
SCGood Standing199308/12/2015

Professional Misconduct

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Awards

Award NameGrantorDate Granted
The Martha Browning Dicus AwardSouth Carolina Public Defender Association2012
Lawyer of the YearSouth Carolina Public Defender Association2008
Appreciation for Service as PresidentSouth Carolina Public Defender Association2008
Outstanding Service to the Criminal Law Section as Section ChairSouth Carolina Bar2006
Distinguished Service to Department of Political ScienceFurman University, Department of Political Science1997

Work Experience

TitleCompany NameDuration
AttorneyGrose Law Firm, LLC2012 - Present
Circuit Public DefenderCircuit Defender For The Eighth Judicial Circuit2008 - 2012
Chief Public DefenderOffice of the Public Defender, Greenwood & Abbeville Counties1999 - 2008
Deputy Public DefenderOrangeburg County Public Defender's Office1998 - 1999
Assistant Public DefenderOrangeburg Public Defender's Office1996 - 1998

Associations

Association NamePosition NameDuration
South Carolina Bar, Criminal Law SectionChair2014 - 2015
South Carolina Bar, Criminal Law SectionChair2005 - 2006
South Carolina Association of Criminal Defense LawyersPublic Defender Representative2005 - 2008
Death Penalty Resource & Defense CenterBoard Member2005 - Present
South Carolina Public Defender AssociationPresident2002 - 2008

Legal Cases

Case NameOutcome
State v. LangfordSolicitor Docket Control Held Unconstitutional
State v. McKerleyReversed Conviction and Remanded for New Trial
State v. HawesAffirmed Grant of Parole Eligibility

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Education

School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of South Carolina School of LawN/AUnknown1992
Furman UniversityPolitical ScienceBA - Bachelor of Arts1989

Speaking Engagements

Conference NameTitleDate
South Carolina Bar Convention2015 Criminal Law Update, Planner and Moderator2015
2015 Blues, BBQ, & Bar CLEDefending Child Sex Abuse Case2015
2014 Public Defender Conference“Stopping the Runaway Train—Getting Control of Child Sex Abuse Cases.”2014
8th Blues, Bar-B-Q, and Bar CLEFinally Finishing Forensic Interviews?2013
2012 Public Defender ConferenceWho’s Driving the Bus: Understanding and Confronting the Cottage Industry in Child Sexual Abuse Cases2012
Criminal Law Update, South Carolina Bar ConventionSentencing Reform Act – Nuts and Bolts Application in the Courtroom (Panel Discussion)2011
Capital Case Litigation InitiativeDealing with the State’s Penalty Phase Case – Victim Impact and Protecting Your Client from State Evaluations2011
Fourth Annual Best Practices SeminarNuts and Bolts of Defending Probation Violations2010
2010 Public Defender ConferenceBeware of Alligators: Confronting Forensic Interviews, Limiting Expert Testimony, and Blocking Improper Vouching in Child Sexual Abuse Cases2010
19th Annual Criminal Practice in South CarolinaDeath Penalty Update: From the Defense Perspective2010
2007 Public Defender ConferenceError Preservation: Top Ten Objections and Five Tips2007
Blues, Bar-B-Q, and Bar CLEExample of Closing Argument using PowerPoint2006
2003 Public Defender ConferenceSex Offense Cases2003
Hot TipsABWIK and ABHAN: Defining the Difference in a Way that Helps the Client2002
Ethics SeminarBalancing the Duty to the Court with Zealous Representation of the Client: An Argument for Full Funding of the Criminal Justice System2001