NATIONAL CRIMINAL DEFENSE COLLEGE FACULTY
Attorney, Adams & Bischoff
Chris concentrates in criminal defense in federal and state courts. Chris concentrates on defending clients accused of white collar crimes, street crimes, sex offenses and capital murder in the South and around the country.
Since launching his private practice in 2007, Chris has represented clients in serious matters from Las Vegas to New York City to San Juan, Puerto Rico. However, the bulk of his practice is fighting for men and women accused of crimes in and around South Carolina.
Attorney, Butler Law Group
I worked exclusively as a public defender in South Carolina for 18 years. For 12 years I served as the Chief Litigator/Director of Litigation and all lawyer training for the Charleston County Public Defender Office. I currently work in a solo practice, focusing on criminal trial practice, employment law, and trial consulting.
Recent Teaching History:
Attorney, SCCID- Capital Trial Division
Boyd Young is the Director of the Capital Trial Division of the South Carolina Commission of Indigent Defense where he has practiced since 2008. He and his office, have successfully resolved over 50 capital cases through plea and trial. Based on his devotion to his clients and his efforts in starting and leading statewide training, he was selected as the inaugural “Andrew David Grimes Public Defender of the Year” for 2015.
From 2005-2008, Boyd was a trial attorney with the Georgia Capital Defender Office in Atlanta, Ga. where he defended people accused of capital murder throughout the State of Georgia. While at the Georgia Capital Defender Office he was featured in a series of articles published by the McClatchy Newspapers written by Steven Henderson. This series was later turned into a PBS documentary titled “Death is Different.”
Prior to joining the Georgia Capital Defender Office, Boyd was a public defender in Charleston, SC.
Boyd got his law degree in 1999 from South Carolina and his undergraduate degree from The Citadel in Charleston, SC.
Recent Teaching History