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Everyday Evidence is a legal resource for practitioners, academics, and judges. We strive to bring together the most current content focusing on all aspects of the legal field. As stated in Judicial Canon 4, our goal is to contribute to the improvement of the law, the legal system, and the administration of justice, including revision of substantive and procedural law and improvement of criminal and juvenile justice.
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Daniel M. Coble
Daniel Coble is the Associate Chief Magistrate Judge for Richland County. He serves full time in Central Court located on Decker Boulevard. He handles criminal and civil trials, mediation, preliminary hearings, traffic court, domestic violence court, and landlord tenant court.
Daniel previously worked as a prosecutor with the Fifth Circuit Solicitor's Office. He handled a wide range of cases, including burglary, robbery, DUI & DUAC, and drug cases. As a prosecutor, he worked with Nelson Mullins, the Public Defender's Office, and Chief Municipal Judge Dana Turner in establishing South Carolina's first homeless court. In 2014, Daniel completed a week long training with the National District Attorneys Association and received his Trial Advocacy Certification.
In law school, Daniel was a member of the Journal of Law and Education, Phi Delta Phi, and the John Belton O’Neall Inn of Court. He was also the recipient of the William T. Howell scholarship. During his 3L year, he ran for Columbia City Council.
Daniel received his B.A. in Economics from Clemson University and his J.D. from the University of South Carolina School of Law.
Homeless Court In the News
...Daniel Coble is an assistant 5th Circuit solicitor assigned to the program. “We’ll be striving to make this court reach out to the chronic homeless,” he said. “I think this court is so important because we’re not prosecuting people for being homeless, but linking them with service providers.”...
...“With the chronic homeless, I’ve learned, a lot of them just fall through the cracks and never get out,” Coble said. “What we’re doing is taking notice of these people, and if we can help them, that’s what we’re going to do. It’s not going to work for everyone, but we want to start somewhere.”...
...Assistant solicitor Daniel Coble will be assigned to Homeless Court, along with Coble’s other duties, Johnson said...
...For two years Coble helped the homeless court make an impact in Columbia. In July 2017, Columbia City Council honored Coble for his work with the homeless court by naming July 18, 2017 Daniel Coble Day. It was not an honor Coble kept for himself...