2011 Indigent Defense Summer CLE

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Date: 6/23/2011 
Time: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
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Description:
PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

• Award winning Humanities Scholar, Clay Jenkinson, portrays Thomas Jefferson, to describe and discuss the development of the legal system and how Jefferson’s thought and philosophy provides the foundation of today’s American law and justice system.
• A discussion of Miranda, and its erosion.
• Bruce and Mark’s annual update on recent criminal caselaw, and their biannual update on the recent legislative session.
• Ethical issues for the indigent defense attorney.
• Unique obstacles in representing veterans; what resources are available for your client who is a veteran?
• Killer Cross Examination: Overarching principles of advanced trial advocacy; constructive cross examinations; three rules of cross examination; eliminating mitigating language; cross examination without discovery; goal-oriented questioning sequence; the chapter method of cross examination; the science of sequencing cross examination; questions and answers; and controlling the runaway witness.

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Event Cost:
  Member $225.00
  Non-Member $225.00
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Credit Hours:
  Ethics 1 hr(s)
  Self Study 10.25 hr(s)

Registration Closes:
  June 22, 2015 12:00 AM

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