Capital Case Defense Seminar

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Capital Case Defense Seminar"

Transcription

1 Sponsored by California Attorneys for Criminal Justice and California Public Defenders Association Capital Case Defense Seminar February 12 th 15 th Monterey, CA 2010 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Denny LeBoeuf Wilbert Rideau Death Penalty Focus Fundraiser Saturday Night Featuring the Legendary Steve Earle

2 2010 cacj/cpda Capital Case Defense Seminar Planning Committee CO-CHAIRS Jennifer Friedman Andrew Love Michael Ogul COMMITTEE MEMBERS Natasha Minsker Kathleen Cannon Mary Jane Mona Kathleen Wayland John Philipsborn Michael McMahon Jeannie Sternberg Craig Haney Saor Stetler Barry Melton Ellen Kreitzberg Allison Claire Russel Stetler Jack Weedin Pam Siller Mark Olive 2010 SPEAKER ROSTER Christopher Adams Atlanta, GA Ty Alper Sandra Babcock Chicago, IL Bicka Barlow Marc Bookman Philidelphia, PA Cristina Borde Julie Brain Wilmington, DE Kelly Branham Nashville, TN Kevin Bringuel David Bruck Lexington, VA Mary Alice Burns Michael Burt Lesli Caldwell Fairfield, CA Sarah Chester Allison Claire Jennifer Corey John Cotsirilos San Diego, CA Jason Cox El Cerrito, CA Mark Donatelli Santa Fe, NM Jack Earley Irvine, CA Ezekial R. Edwards James W. Ellis Albuquerque, NM Robert Epstein Philidelphia, PA Melody Ermachild Jean Farley Ventura, CA Millard Farmer Atlanta, GA Steve Feldman San Diego, CA Joan Fisher Greg Fisher Timothy Foley Monica Foster Indianapolis, IN Jennifer Friedman Ruth Friedman Greenbelt, MD Clifford Gardner Denise Gragg Santa Ana, CA John Grele Andy Guitierrez San Jose, CA Craig Haney Santa Cruz, CA Ryan P. Haygood Lois Heaney Henderson Hill Charlotte, NC Scharlette Holdman Juliana Humphrey San Diego, CA, Sheri Johnson Ithaca, NY Jane Kahn Sean Kennedy Regina Laughney Michael Laurence Denise LeBoeuf Marvin Lew Andrew Love Rose Lutrario Robin Maher Washington DC Mary McComb Michael McMahon Ventura, CA Jill Miller Madison, WI Natasha Minsker Mary Jane Mona Marcia Morrissey Santa Monica, CA Eric Multhaup Mill Valley, CA Erin Murphy Michael Ogul San Jose, CA Mark Olive Tallahassee, FL Steven Parnes David Paschal Nancy Pemberton Wendy Peoples Tallahassee, FL John Philipsborn Ray Plumoff Jeri Polen Steve Potolsky Miami, FL Danalyn Recer Houston, TX Anthony Ricco Lisa Romo Michael Ryan Washington DC Samira Sadeghi Michael Saks Tempe, AZ Barry Scheck Joe Schelsinger Elisabeth Semel Pam Siller Edward Sousa San Jose, CA Gary Sowards Alex Stalcup Lafayette, CA Jeannie Sternberg Saor Stetler Mill Valley, CA Russell Stetler Bryan Stevenson Montgomery, AL Scott Sundby Lexington, VA Christina Swarns Tamara Thompson James Thomson Terri Towery Wesley Van Winkle Gail Weinheimer Keir Weyble Columbia, SC Denise Young Tuscon, AZ

3 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Wilbert RideaU s 1961 death sentence by an all white, all male jury was overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court. After receiving the death penalty in two subsequent trials, Rideau had his sentence reduced to life in the Louisiana State Penitentiary in light of Furman v. Georgia. In 1976, he became editor of The Angolite, the prisoner-produced newsmagazine. Over the next quarter century, he won many of the nation s highest journalism awards. In March 1993, Life magazine called him The Most Rehabilitated Prisoner in America. That same year, he ventured into broadcast journalism, producing award-winning reports for national radio and television. In 1996, he became the only prisoner ever to receive the Louisiana Bar Association s highest journalistic honor for a documentary film he co-produced, The Execution of Antonio James. In 1998, he co-directed a documentary, The Farm: Angola, USA, which won the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival and was nominated for an Academy Award. He is the co-editor of The Wall Is Strong: Corrections in Louisiana, a textbook now in its fourth edition, and Life Sentences, an anthology of articles from The Angolite. In 2000, Wilbert Rideau won a new trial because of the systematic exclusion of blacks from the grand jury that indicted him in In 2005, he was convicted of manslaughter and released for time served. Wilbert Rideau was given the 2005 Champion of Justice Award by the NACDL and also honored by the Southern Center for Human Rights with its Human Rights Award for Since 2007, he has worked with the Federal Death Penalty Resource Counsel Project to address client resistance to life sentences. His autobiography, In the Place of Justice, published by Alfred Knopf of Random House, Inc., will be in bookstores this summer. Denny LeBoeuf is the Director of the ACLU s John Adams Project, assisting in the defense of the capitally charged Guantanamo detainees. She is a longtime capital defender, representing persons facing death at trial and in post-conviction in state and federal courts, and she teaches and consults with capital defense teams nationally. She was the founding Director of the Capital Post-Conviction Project in New Orleans, Louisiana. She is particularly interested in the litigation of mental health and in the ways in which race and poverty increase the traumatic burden carried by many clients. She was a member of the 2003 Committee that formulated the ABA Guidelines for the Appointment and Performance of Defense Counsel in Death Penalty Cases, and was Chair of the post-katrina Orleans Parish Public Defenders Board She holds a J.D. from Tulane University and a B.A. from Hunter College. Death Penalty Focus Annual Benefit Bash d at e : Saturday, February 13th, 2010 t i m e: 8:00 11:00 pm p r i c e: $45.00* (tickets will be sold at the door for $55) l o c at i o n: DeAnza Ballroom, Portola Plaza Hotel & Spa (at the conference!) CACJ & CPDA encourage all conference participants to support Death Penalty Focus, an organization dedicated to the abolition of the death penalty, by attending their Annual Benefit Bash. Join us for an evening of extraordinary music, desserts and socializing! Featuring the Legendary Steve Earle in Concert To register, go to or call (415) *ticket price includes one glass of wine and assorted desserts.

4 THE CAPITAL CASE DEFENSE SEMINAR SCHEDULE California Attorneys for Criminal Justice (CACJ) and the California Public Defenders Association (CPDA) are pleased to invite you to participate in the 2010 Capital Case Defense Seminar (CCDS). The CCDS is an intensive education opportunity for anyone involved in, or considering taking on, the defense of a capital case. It is designed not only for lawyers, but also for Mitigation specialists, paralegals, investigators, and experts working in capital defense. The CACJ/CPDA Capital Case Defense Seminar is the largest of its kind in the nation. CCDS is unique in that it offers lectures as well as specialized workshops that give participants the chance to brainstorm and exchange information with other participants. Experienced practitioners in any jurisdiction and those just entering the field can benefit from the lectures and workshops featuring experienced lawyers and experts, from both California and across the nation. CASE CONSULTATION WORKSHOPS: There are two workshops set aside for Case Consultations. These are a bring-your-case type workshop, where members of the planning committee and other presenters will brainstorm your case with you in the first workshop and then follow-up on those ideas in the second workshop. Space is very limited. If you want to participate, please indicate on the registration form and advise Gail Jones via at so that she can send you a case information form to complete. Minimum Qualifications for Appointment of Trial Counsel in Capital Cases Require the Completion of Fifteen Hours of Capital Defense Training within the Preceding Two Years (Rule of Court 4.117(d)(6)) Friday, February 12, :00 5:00pm 2:00 3:15pm 3:30 5:00pm 7:15 7:30pm 7:30 8:30pm 8:30 10:00pm REGISTRATION Case Consultations: Brainstorming Your Case (Advance Registration Required) Telling the Story of Your Case Millard Farmer Welcome to the 2010 CCDS Jennifer Friedman, Michael Ogul, Andrew Love KEYNOTE Denise LeBoeuf, Wilbert Rideau RECEPTION Meet and Greet Saturday, February 13, :00am 8:30 10:30am 10:30 10:45am BREAK REGISTRATION PLENARIES The First Annual Lawbies Awards Show The Best, The Worst, and The Ugliest Capital-Relevant Decisions of 2009 Allison Claire, Eric Multhaup, Michael Ogul Legal Developments for Non- Lawyers Juliana Humphrey, Saor Stetler 10:45 12:15pm WORKSHOPS 1. Mitigating Gang Involvement by Understanding Adolescent Development Expert to be Named, Steve Harper 2. Advancing the Nature and Logic of Capital Mitigation Craig Haney 3. Confessions Jason Cox, Expert to be Named 4. Basic Neuropsychology Expert to be Named, Julie Brain 5. Discovery including Brady Marcia Morrissey, Terri Towery 6. Confidentiality of Investigation and SDT s in the wake of Humberto S. and Zamuido Denise Gragg, Michael McMahon 7. Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Expert to be Named 8. Cultural Competency/ Race and Culture Anthony Ricco, Expert to be Named 9. Victim Outreach Kelly Branham, David Bruck 10. Changing the Story Clifford Gardner 11. Jury Instructions in Federal Capital Cases and Litigating the Admissibility of Statutory Aggravators John Philipsborn, James Thomson 12. Legal Developments from a Post-Conviction Perspective Wendy Peoples, Keir Weyble 13. Preparing, Drafting and Obtaining Mitigation Declarations Mark Olive, Rose Lutrario 1:15 2:45pm WORKSHOPS 1. Using the National Academy of Science Report in Litigation Trial Level Focus Michael Saks, Jennifer Friedman, Barry Scheck (Moderator) 2. Atkins, Including Testing Trial Level Focus Edward Sousa, Expert to be Named 3. Adolescent Brain Development Expert to be Named, Steve Harper 4. Batson Elisabeth Semel, Sheri Johnson 1.5 Hours Elimination of Bias 5. Technology Millard Farmer 6. Litigating Interpreter and Translation Issues Ray Plumhoff, Marvin Lew 7. Victim Impact Marc Bookman, Regina Laughney 8. Unifying the Case while Fighting for Innocence Jack Earley, Monica Foster 9. Challenging the Ever-Present Minefield of Future Dangerousness in State and Federal Cases Anthony Ricco, James Thomson 10. Getting the Most Out of Your Mitigating Evidence Effectively Finding Multiple Sources and Voices to Tell the Client s Story Melody Ermachild, Denise Gragg 11. Pleading and Perfecting Habeas Corpus Claims in State Post-Conviction Ty Alper, Andrew Love Federal Track Post-Conviction Track

5 THE CAPITAL CASE DEFENSE SEMINAR SCHEDULE continued 12. Planning Your Federal Evidentiary Hearing Allison Claire, Joan Fisher 13. Strategies and Pitfalls for Investigating Jurors in Post-Conviction Proceedings Ruth Friedman, Samira Sadeghi 3:00 4:30pm WORKSHOPS 1. Methamphetamine Expert to be Named, Steve Feldman 1.5 Hours Substance Abuse 2. Learning from the Capital Jury Project Scott Sundby 3. Dynamics and Effects of Poverty and Neglect Danalynn Recer, Expert to be Named 4. Competency Michael Ryan, Jean Farley 5. Prosecution Discovery Greg Fisher 1.5 Hours Ethics 6. Fingerprints Expert to be Named 7. Basic DNA Bicka Barlow, Erin Murphy 8. Using the ABA Standards in Motion Practice: State and Federal Cases Natasha Minsker, Robin Maher 9. Anticipating Rebuttal of Mental Health Evidence and Preparing For Cross John Philipsborn, Michael Burt 10. Authorization and De- Authorization Marcia Morrissey, Timothy Foley, David Bruck 11. Testing Issues in Atkins Litigation Mark Olive, Jim Ellis 12. Perspectives on Issue Selection on Appeal in View of AEDPA Gail Weinheimer, Wendy Peoples 13. Challenges to Trial-Level Mental Health Assessments Gary Sowards, Expert to be Named 14. Broadening the Scope of Mitigation Investigation Russell Stetler 4:45 6:15pm Complex Trauma Expert to be Named, Denise LeBoeuf 7:00 11:00pm Death Penalty Fundraiser Reception with Special Guest, Steve Earle De Anza Ballroom Portola Plaza Hotel & Spa Sunday, February 14, :45 10:15am Client Perspective Wilbert Rideau 10:30 12:00pm WORKSHOPS 1. Pervasive Developmental Disorders Jack Earley, Alex Stalcup 2. Neuropsychology of Mental Retardation Expert to be Named 3. Discovering Evidence of Trauma/ Interviewing for Complex Trauma- For Attorneys and Investigators Expert to be Named, Danalynn Recer 4. Advancing the Nature and Logic of Capital Mitigation Craig Haney 5. Learning From the Capital Jury Project Scott Sundby 6. Pleas/ Negotiations Marc Bookman 7. Getting Organized and Staying Organized Organizing for the Future Jennifer Friedman, Mary Alice Burns 8. Attacking Aggravation Michael Ogul, Timothy Foley 9. Jury Selection Christopher Adams, Henderson Hill 10. Using Technology in Investigation, including Social Networking Websites Terri Towery, Tamara Thompson 11. Domestic Violence Cases Mitigation for the Batterer and the Battered Julie Brain, Jeannie Sternberg 12. Using the NAS Report on Forensic Science in Post-Conviction Michael Saks, Michael Burt, Barry Scheck 13. Using Strickland Experts after Wiggins Russell Stetler, Michael Laurence 14. Investigating Prison Mental Health History for Both Trial and Post-Conviction Sarah Chester, Jane Kahn 1:00 2:30pm WORKSHOPS 1. Fighting Gang Allegations Andy Gutierrez, Anthony Ricco 2. Extending Atkins Mark Olive 3.Methamphetamine and Crack Cocaine Alex Stalcup 1.5 Hours Substance Abuse 4. Emerging Issues in DNA Database and Low Copy Number Erin Murphy, Bicka Barlow 5. Model Direct of Mental Retardation Neuropsychologist Expert to be Named, Edward Sousa 6. Eyewitness Identification Issues Expert to be Named, Ezekiel Edwards 7. Representing Foreign Nationals Sandra Babcock 8. What Federal Verdict Forms Can Teach Us About What Works and What Doesn t in Penalty Phase Steve Potolsky, Jim Thomson 9. Investigators and Attorneys Working Together Nancy Pemberton, Lesli Caldwell 10. Litigating Daubert Rob Epstein 11. Preparing, Drafting and Obtaining Mitigation Declarations David Paschal, Michael Laurence 12. Presenting and Proving Mental Retardation Claims in the California Supreme Court Mary McComb, Christina Borde 13. Understanding Federal Budgeting in Habeas Proceedings Joe Schlesinger, Sean Kennedy 2:45 4:15pm WORKSHOPS 1. Neuroscience of Early Life and Attachment Theory Expert to be Named, Juliana Humphrey 2. Impact of Incarceration Expert to be Named 3. Effectively Using Questionnaires in Jury Selection Lois Heaney, Jeri Polen 4. Preparing your Penalty Closing Henderson Hill Federal Track Post-Conviction Track

6 THE CAPITAL CASE DEFENSE SEMINAR SCHEDULE continued 5. Managing Your Client s Mental Health Illness During Trial and Post-Conviction Litigation John Grele, Gary Sowards, Denise Gragg 6. Model Direct of Defense Trauma Expert Expert to be Named, David Bruck 7. New Research in Neuropsychology Expert to be Named, Jennifer Friedman 8. Co-Defendant Cases: State and Federal John Cotsirilos, Steve Potolsky 9. Investigating and Presenting Cultural and Environmental Mitigation in Federal Capital Cases Jill Miller, Nancy Pemberton 10. Cultural and Racial Issues Affecting Investigation Scharlette Holdman, Pam Siller 11. Presenting and Proving Childhood Trauma in Post-Conviction Denise LeBoeuf, Expert to be Named 12. Obtaining Prosecution Files in Post-Conviction Jennifer Corey, Kevin Bringuel 13. Capital Appellate Practice in the Ninth Circuit Denise Young, Jeannie Sternberg 4:30 6:00pm 7:30 8:30pm Structuring Your Penalty Opening Statement Bryan Stevenson Empty Chair Documentary Produced and Directed By Jacque Lofaro Shown in the Steinbeck Forum Monday, February 15, :00 10:30am Fighting for Our Future: Funding Challenges and the ABA Guidelines David Bruck, Monica Foster 1.5 Hours Ethics 10:45 12:00pm Litigating Race in Post-Racial America 1.5 Hours Elimination of Bias Christina Swarns, Matt R. Haygood 10:45 12:00pm Jury Selection Practice continued Sessions (Advance Registration Required) Space is Limited to 6 Participants each Session Lois Heaney, Jack Earley, Christopher Adams, Denise Gragg, John Cotsirilos, Jeri Polen, Henderson Hill Networking Sessions for Post-Conviction Counsel: 1. Eastern District Allison Claire 2. Central District Sean Kennedy Case Consultation (Advance Registration Required) Alex Stalcup 3. Northern District Wesley Van Winkle, Mark Olive 4. Direct/ State Appeal Mary Jane Mona, Lisa Romo, Steve Parnes 5. State Post-Conviction Andrew Love, Speaker to be Named Federal Track Post-Conviction Track MCLE Credits Minimum Qualifications for Appointment of Trial counsel in Capital Cases Require the Completion of Fifteen hours of Capital Defense Training within the Preceding Two Years (Rule of Court 4.117(d)(6)) This program is co-sponsored by approved providers of MCLE activities and Legal Specialization in Appellate and Criminal Law. This is an organized program of learning that has significant current intellectual and practical content related to legal subjects and the legal profession. Each year s program is unique. All required written materials, course evaluation forms and certificates of attendance are provided upon registration, and signature. Signatures are required on forms provided at each individual workshop to obtain the related Legal Specialization credits for that workshop. Individual attendees are responsible for keeping track of their own MCLE totals. The following is a breakdown of credits available, depending on the sessions attended. California MCLE Credits: This activity provides hours of California MCLE credits, including a maximum of 6.0 in Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession and 4.5 hours in the Detection/Prevention of Substance Abuse and 1.5 hours in Legal Ethics. California Criminal Law Legal Specialization Credits: This activity also provides hours in Criminal Law Legal Specialization credits including a maximum of 10.5 hours in Evidence; 15 hours in Trial Advocacy 10.5 hours in Writs, Appeals and Ancillary Proceedings, and 11 hours in Other Subjects Related to Criminal Law. California Appellate Law Specialization Credits: This activity also provides a maximum of 10.5 of Appellate Law Legal Specialization credits in Appeals and Writs.

7 SEMINAR REGISTRATION FORM This form must be fully completed and payment included before CACJ/CPDA is able to process your registration. If you register online and plan to attend either the Case Consultation Session(s), the Jury Selection Practice Session and/or one of the Networking Sessions this form must be completed designating the session(s) you will be attending and faxed or mailed to the CACJ office and the box must be checked indicating that you registered/paid online. The deadline for preregistration is Monday, February 1st, Make check payable to CACJ/CPDA and return form to address listed below. Mailing Address Name: Firm: Address: City/State/Zip: New Address? q yes q no Registered online? q yes q no Date Admitted to Bar: Bar Number: Phone: Fax: Address: Schedule of Fees Preregistration (February 1, 2010) On-Site Registration Attorney $295 $320 Investigator/Other $180 $205 qreserve Your Copy of the 2009 Death Penalty Manual CD at the Conference rate of $99. Donation to Death Penalty Focus $ in addition to event registration Total amount enclosed: $ qcheck Enclosed Charge my: qvisa qmastercard Account Number: Exp. Date: Billing Address: City: State: Zip: Signature: (There is a $35 fee for checks returned for insufficient funds or credit cards declined.) REGISTER ON-LINE AT *(Please refer to instructions to register for special sessions) Case Consultation sessions Two Case Consultation Workshops are available Registration is Required Space is Limited qgeneral Case Consultation (Friday) qdrug Use and Addiction Issues with Dr. Alex Stalcup (Monday) There are two workshops set aside for Case Consultations on Friday. These are a bring-your-case type workshop, where members of the planning committee and other presenters will brainstorm your case with you in the first workshop and then follow-up on those ideas in the second workshop. There is also a case consultation on Monday with Dr. Alex Stalcup. Space is very limited. If you want to participate, please indicate on the registration form and advise Gail Jones via at so that she can send you a case information form to complete. Deadline to register: January 30th, monday: Jury selection practice sessions qcheck here if you plan to attend A Jury Practice Session Monday at 10:45am and Gail Jones: For questions or more information contact Lois Haney: monday: NETWORKING SESSIONS qcheck here if you plan to attend the Networking Sessions for Post-Conviction Counsel (indicate Session Choice Here) The networking sessions are designed to provide an opportunity for appellate and post-conviction practitioners to discuss common issues and concerns with others who are litigating in similar circumstances. There will be separate sessions for direct appeals, state habeas (before the California Supreme Court), and federal habeas in the Northern, Eastern and Central Districts of California. Please indicate above which session you plan to attend and advise Mary Mona via no later than December 15, 2009 as to specific issues you wish to have discussed. Confidentiality Pledge This pledge MUST be read and signed before CACJ is able to process your registration! I hereby acknowledge that materials and information provided in this packet, at the seminar, and syllabus materials, are confidential information and may not be distributed or disclosed except to other defense practitioners. This information reflects thoughts, opinions, impressions and strategies with regard to previous and ongoing cases and, as such, is protected under the attorney-client privilege and work product doctrine. The materials provided at the seminar are licensed to participants for use in defense of criminal cases only, and any other use or distribution is a violation of copyright laws and the attorney s ethical obligation. By signing this pledge, I agree to abide by this understanding and to keep all information privileged. My signature also indicates that I am involved exclusively in the defense of persons accused in criminal cases. Signature: Date: NOTE: 2010 CCDS syllabus materials will be available online after your registration is received/processed and on CD on site at the registration counter. Send Registration Form to: 2010 CACJ/CPDA CAPITAL CASE DEFENSE SEMINAR CACJ 1540 River Park Dr Suite 224A (916) fax Discounts Groups of five (5) or more from the same office or organization who preregister AS A GROUP by Monday, February 1st, 2010, are eligible for a 15% discount. The discounted tuition is $250 for attorneys and $153 for associated professionals. Preregistration forms must be received together. CACJ and CPDA are also offering a 15% discount to first-time Capital Case Defense Seminar participants. If you will be taking advantage of this discount, your registration cannot be processed unless you enclose a signed statement attesting to your first-timer status. Participants cannot combine discounts. Law students who volunteer for this seminar may be eligible for seminar tuition assistance. For additional information contact Gail Jones at

8 C alifornia Attorneys for Criminal Justice California Public Defenders Association 1540 River Park Dr Suite 224A RETURN SERVICE REQUESTED 2010 Capital Case Defense Seminar Announcing the CACJ/CPDA California Death Penalty Defense Manual Supplement & Motions CD For Additional Information or to Order go to: or call the CACJ Office These publications are only available to criminal defense attorneys and defense team members SEMINAR Registration The Deadline for Prepaid Seminar Registrations is Monday, February 1 st, 2010, at 5:00 pm; online seminar registration will not be available after this date. Registrations postmarked by this date will be accepted. After February 1st, all registrations must be made onsite and will be charged an additional $ On-site Registration opens at 2:00 pm, Friday, February 12 th, 2010, and again Saturday, February 13 th, at 7:00 am. On-site registrants MUST bring proof that they work exclusively for the defense of criminal law. Cancellations Refunds, less a $30 processing fee, will be sent only for those cancellations received by Monday, February 1st, No refunds will be sent after that date. Substitutions, however, are permitted. LODGING AT CONFERENCE HOTELS Guest Rooms have been reserved with the Monterey Marriott and Portola Hotel and Spa for our conference; to make online reservations at the conference rate of $218 for the Marriott or $215 for the Portola Hotel and Spa go to: https://resweb. passkey.com/go/ccds2010 or call: 800/ for the Marriott or 888/ for the Portola Hotel and Spa. The reservation deadline is Thursday, January 21st, Please note: the conference hotels are known to sell out before this Make Your Reservations Early!!! PLEASE MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY!!! THE CONFERENCE RATE CANNOT BE GUARANTEED AT THE MARRIOTT OR PORTOLA HOTELS ONCE OUR ROOM BLOCK IS SOLD OUT. THE RESERVATION DEADLINE IS THURSDAY, JANUARY 21 ST, All reservations must be accompanied by a first night room and tax advance payment. All reservation modifications or cancellations must occur on or before January 21 st, 2010, to obtain a full refund. Modifications at (1) one or more nights &/or complete cancellation of reservation(s) after this date, will result in one night s room & tax automatically charged to the credit card on file. OTHER LODGING IN MONTEREY AREA For assistance in locating lodging at other hotels in the Monterey area go to: or call 800/ They will be happy to assist you and also have information on their website for services in the Monterey area including VIP licensed babysitting and activities in the area for families and children. The Monterey Airport If you intend to fly into the Monterey Airport, you are encouraged to make reservations as far in advance as possible. A taxi from the Monterey Airport to the convention center costs approximately $20. Parking Guests of the Portola Plaza or Marriott Hotels will have their parking fees charged to their rooms with unlimited in-and-out access. Parking at the Marriott is $18 per day, valet only, and parking at the Portola Plaza is $15 per day for self-parking or $18 per day for valet. For those staying elsewhere, public parking structures are available in the area surrounding the conference center for $5 $8 per day.

Capital Case Defense Seminar

Capital Case Defense Seminar Sponsored by California Attorneys for Criminal Justice and California Public Defenders Association Capital Case Defense Seminar 2013 February 15 th 18 th Monterey, CA KEYNOTE SPEAKER Natasha Minsker 2013

More information

Capital Case Defense Seminar 2009

Capital Case Defense Seminar 2009 Capital Case Defense Seminar 2009 February 13 16, 2009 Monterey, CA Sponsored by California Attorneys for Criminal Justice and California Public Defenders Association s p e a k e r r o s t e r Tarik S.

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE JEFFREY E. THOMA, J.D., ATTORNEY AT LAW

CURRICULUM VITAE JEFFREY E. THOMA, J.D., ATTORNEY AT LAW CURRICULUM VITAE JEFFREY E. THOMA, J.D., ATTORNEY AT LAW EDUCATION 1976 University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, B.A. Political Science 1981 University of San Diego School of Law, Juris Doctor 1987 Washington,

More information

CACJ HAS GROWN TO BECOME ONE OF THE COUNTRY S

CACJ HAS GROWN TO BECOME ONE OF THE COUNTRY S SINCE 1973, C a l i f o r n i a Atto r n e y s F o r Crimina l Justice HAS ADVOCATED ON CRIMINAL JUSTICE ISSUES, EDUCATED PRACTITIONERS & ASSOCIATED PROFESSIONALS, PROVIDED INFORMATION & RESOURCES & A

More information

TOP TRIAL TIPS AND TECHNIQUES FROM 2014

TOP TRIAL TIPS AND TECHNIQUES FROM 2014 TOP TRIAL TIPS AND TECHNIQUES FROM 2014 Regional CLE Seminar Friday, May 8, 2015 One American Square, Main Auditorium Indianapolis, IN 46282 Presented by the Trial Practice Committee American Bar Association

More information

Capital Defense College

Capital Defense College Capital Defense College A Program For The Defense Capital Defense College March 23-26, 2015 The Center for American and International Law Plano, Texas With the exception of invited faculty, attendance

More information

APPLICATION FOR CRIMINAL LAW PANELS. State Bar number: Telephone: Fax: Full time SF office address: Mailing address (if different):

APPLICATION FOR CRIMINAL LAW PANELS. State Bar number: Telephone: Fax: Full time SF office address: Mailing address (if different): APPLICATION F CRIMINAL LAW PANELS Lawyer Referral and Information Service 301 Battery Street, 3rd Floor San Francisco, CA 94111 Telephone: (415) 477-2374 Fax: (415) 477-2389 URL: http://www.sfbar.org Name:

More information

2015 Oneida County Assigned Counsel School. Presents. Friday, April 24, 2015

2015 Oneida County Assigned Counsel School. Presents. Friday, April 24, 2015 2015 Oneida County Assigned Counsel School Presents CRIMINAL PRACTICE Friday, April 24, 2015 Sponsored by the Oneida County Bar Association In cooperation with the New York State Defenders Association,

More information

California Attorneys for Criminal Justice. Fighting for Justice Since 1973

California Attorneys for Criminal Justice. Fighting for Justice Since 1973 California Attorneys for Criminal Justice Fighting for Justice Since 1973 CACJ 1540 River Park Drive, Suite 224A Sacramento, CA 95815 (916) 643-1800 tel (916) 643-1836 fax www.cacj.org Since 1973 California

More information

Actual Innocence. Establishing Innocence or Guilt. Forensics, False Confessions and Eye-Witness Identification. Habeas Issues In the Trenches

Actual Innocence. Establishing Innocence or Guilt. Forensics, False Confessions and Eye-Witness Identification. Habeas Issues In the Trenches All three days are FREE for Texas Judges and their staff, Prosecutors and their staff, Defense Lawyers who regularly represent indigent defendants, Law Enforcement Officials, and qualifying Law Students.

More information

RULES OF THE ROAD XIII

RULES OF THE ROAD XIII California Attorneys for Criminal Justice RULES OF THE ROAD XIII DUI, Drugs, Murder, Manslaughter Are You up to the Challenge? saturday, september 25, 2010 hilton hotel palm springs seminar coordinator

More information

Solo Practitioner Beverly Hills, California 1989-1998

Solo Practitioner Beverly Hills, California 1989-1998 NINA MARINO 9454 Wilshire Boulevard Suite 500 Beverly Hills, California 90212 Tel: (310) 557-0007 marino@kaplanmarino.com EMPLOYMENT Partner, Kaplan Marino, PC Beverly Hills, California 1998-present Solo

More information

TIFFANY R. MURPHY. Assistant Professor of Law Director Criminal Defense Clinic

TIFFANY R. MURPHY. Assistant Professor of Law Director Criminal Defense Clinic TIFFANY R. MURPHY Assistant Professor of Law Director Criminal Defense Clinic University of Arkansas School of Law 1045 W. Maple Street Waterman Hall Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701 (479) 575-3056 (office)

More information

Course Requirements, Faculty, and Forms

Course Requirements, Faculty, and Forms SANTA CLARA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW Public Interest and Social Justice Law Certificate with an Emphasis in Criminal Justice 2014-15 Academic Year Course Requirements, Faculty, and Forms G. PUBLIC INTEREST

More information

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT WESTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACT ( CJA ) PANEL APPLICATION FORM

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT WESTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACT ( CJA ) PANEL APPLICATION FORM UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT WESTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACT ( CJA ) PANEL APPLICATION FORM The following Application is to be completed by attorneys who wish to participate in

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE. BRYAN C. SKARLATOS 212-808-8100 bskarlatos@kflaw.com. Adjunct Professor, Taxation New York University School of Law

CURRICULUM VITAE. BRYAN C. SKARLATOS 212-808-8100 bskarlatos@kflaw.com. Adjunct Professor, Taxation New York University School of Law CURRICULUM VITAE BRYAN C. SKARLATOS 212-808-8100 bskarlatos@kflaw.com PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS: Partner, Kostelanetz & Fink, LLP 7 World Trade Center New York, New York 10007 Adjunct Professor, Taxation

More information

2015 INDIANA TRIAL PRACTICE INSTITUTE

2015 INDIANA TRIAL PRACTICE INSTITUTE 2015 INDIANA TRIAL PRACTICE INSTITUTE Sponsored by the Indiana Public Defender Council Tuesday through Friday October 6-9, 2015 Horseshoe Southern Indiana 11999 Casino Center Drive SE Elizabeth, IN 47117

More information

AGENDA. 8:00 8:15 WELCOMING REMARKS Ross Richardson, Executive Director, Western District of North Carolina

AGENDA. 8:00 8:15 WELCOMING REMARKS Ross Richardson, Executive Director, Western District of North Carolina Thursday, April 2, 2015 2015 FEDERAL CRIMINAL DEFENSE PRACTICE ANNUAL CLE FOR THE MIDDLE AND WESTERN DISTRICTS OF NORTH CAROLINA Hilton Asheville Biltmore Park 43 Town Square Blvd., Asheville, NC 28803

More information

Capital Trial Voir Dire

Capital Trial Voir Dire Capital Trial Voir Dire A Program For The Defense Capital Trial Voir Dire April 21-24, 2015 The Center for American and International Law Plano, Texas With the exception of invited faculty, attendance

More information

Prosecuting Attorneys Council of Georgia Transition Into Prosecution Program

Prosecuting Attorneys Council of Georgia Transition Into Prosecution Program Prosecuting Attorneys Council of Georgia Transition Into Prosecution Program Office: Name of Beginning Lawyer: Bar No. Name of Mentor: Bar No. MODEL MENTORING PLAN OF ACTIVITIES AND EXPERIENCES FOR STATE

More information

P.O. Box 2537 Chula Vista, CA 91912

P.O. Box 2537 Chula Vista, CA 91912 P.O. Box 2537 Chula Vista, CA 91912 Phone 619-934-0115 E-mail fulcrumpi@hotmail.com Jose L. Newman California Bureau of Security & Investigative Services License # PI 25803 Registered Process Server San

More information

GUILTY PLEA and PLEA AGREEMENT United States Attorney Northern District of Georgia

GUILTY PLEA and PLEA AGREEMENT United States Attorney Northern District of Georgia Case 1:11-cr-00326-SCJ-JFK Document 119-1 Filed 01/20/12 Page 1 of 16 GUILTY PLEA and PLEA AGREEMENT United States Attorney Northern District of Georgia UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NORTHERN DISTRICT OF

More information

Janet Moore University of Cincinnati College of Law POB 210040 Cincinnati Ohio 45221-0040

Janet Moore University of Cincinnati College of Law POB 210040 Cincinnati Ohio 45221-0040 Janet Moore University of Cincinnati College of Law POB 210040 Cincinnati Ohio 45221-0040 Telephone: 513.600.4757 Email: janet.moore@uc.edu Experience University of Cincinnati College of Law, Cincinnati,

More information

Seminar Agenda. 8:15 8:45 Registration, breakfast & vendor exhibits. 8:45-9:00 Welcome

Seminar Agenda. 8:15 8:45 Registration, breakfast & vendor exhibits. 8:45-9:00 Welcome Blueprints for Building a Better Defense: Tips from Master Craftsmen Friday, March 6, 2015 Casino Queen Hotel 200 South Front Street, East St. Louis, IL 62201 Seminar Agenda 8:15 8:45 Registration, breakfast

More information

Cynthia E. Jones. David A. Clark School of Law, University of the District of Columbia Summer 1996 Adjunct Instructor (Appellate Advocacy)

Cynthia E. Jones. David A. Clark School of Law, University of the District of Columbia Summer 1996 Adjunct Instructor (Appellate Advocacy) Cynthia E. Jones Teaching Experience Assistant Professor of Law Fall 2004-present Visiting Professor 2002-2004 Courses: Evidence, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure and Race, Crime and Politics seminar George

More information

Name: State Bar number: Telephone: Fax: Full time SF office address: Mailing address (if different):

Name: State Bar number: Telephone: Fax: Full time SF office address: Mailing address (if different): Lawyer Referral and Information Service 301 Battery Street, Third Floor San Francisco, CA 94111 Telephone: (415) 477-2374 Fax: (415) 477-2389 URL: www.sfbar.org APPLICATION FOR JUVENILE DELINQUENCY LAW

More information

ATTORNEY APPLICATION FOR APPOINTMENT (LONG)

ATTORNEY APPLICATION FOR APPOINTMENT (LONG) ATTORNEY APPLICATION FOR APPOINTMENT (LONG) THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF I,, (Print name of attorney) do hereby file this statement in compliance with the County Plan and Standing Rules and Orders for

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE. Honors and Awards: Outstanding Female Law Graduate, Pepperdine University Law School 1985.

CURRICULUM VITAE. Honors and Awards: Outstanding Female Law Graduate, Pepperdine University Law School 1985. CURRICULUM VITAE LISA M. WAYNE ATTORNEY AT LAW 950 Seventeenth Street, Suite 1800 Denver, Colorado 80202 Phone: (303) 860-1661 Fax: (303) 860-1665 LMonet20@aol.com William H. Murphy, Jr. & Associates,

More information

California s Alternative Sentencing Law for Veterans and Members of the U.S. Military

California s Alternative Sentencing Law for Veterans and Members of the U.S. Military California s Alternative Sentencing Law for Veterans and Members of the U.S. Military You re a veteran, or maybe you re still in the military. But now you re looking at time in county jail or state prison.

More information

EDUCATION. Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center, Fort Lauderdale, FL. J.D., May 1996 LEADERSHIP

EDUCATION. Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center, Fort Lauderdale, FL. J.D., May 1996 LEADERSHIP NELLIE L. KING, ESQUIRE THE LAW OFFICES OF NELLIE L. KING, P.A. 319 Clematis Street, Suite 107 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Phone (561) 833-1084, Fax (561) 833-1085 Nellie@CriminalDefenseFla.com EDUCATION

More information

ERICA J. HASHIMOTO University of Georgia School of Law Herty Drive Athens, Georgia (706)

ERICA J. HASHIMOTO University of Georgia School of Law Herty Drive Athens, Georgia (706) ERICA J. HASHIMOTO University of Georgia School of Law Herty Drive Athens, Georgia 30602-6012 (706) 542-5098 hashimo@uga.edu EDUCATION GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY LAW CENTER J.D. magna cum laude, June 1997 Order

More information

Stages in a Capital Case from http://deathpenaltyinfo.msu.edu/

Stages in a Capital Case from http://deathpenaltyinfo.msu.edu/ Stages in a Capital Case from http://deathpenaltyinfo.msu.edu/ Note that not every case goes through all of the steps outlined here. Some states have different procedures. I. Pre-Trial Crimes that would

More information

ROBIN SHELLOW Date of Birth: May 14, 1958 State Bar No: 1006052 Place of Birth: Milwaukee, Wisconsin

ROBIN SHELLOW Date of Birth: May 14, 1958 State Bar No: 1006052 Place of Birth: Milwaukee, Wisconsin C U R R I C U L U M V I T A E ROBIN SHELLOW Date of Birth: May 14, 1958 State Bar No: 1006052 Place of Birth: Milwaukee, Wisconsin E D U C A T I O N: 1986 Juris Doctorate Mercer University Walter F. John

More information

Implementation Revised C.J.A. Plan for the Western District of North Carolina

Implementation Revised C.J.A. Plan for the Western District of North Carolina Implementation Revised C.J.A. Plan for the Western District of North Carolina On February 17, 2009, Chief Judge Karen J. Williams of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit approved the

More information

RESUME. Robert Bartels

RESUME. Robert Bartels RESUME Robert Bartels Office Address: Sandra Day O Connor College of Law Arizona State University P.O. Box 877906 Tempe, AZ 85287-7906 Tel: 480-965-7053 Fax: 480-965-2427 E-mail: robert.bartels@asu.edu

More information

LEGAL MALPRACTICE AND THE CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY By Peter L. Ostermiller

LEGAL MALPRACTICE AND THE CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY By Peter L. Ostermiller LEGAL MALPRACTICE AND THE CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY By Peter L. Ostermiller Occasionally, a defendant, while incarcerated and apparently having nothing better to do, will file a Motion under RCr. 11.42,

More information

JAMES H. FELDMAN, JR. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW

JAMES H. FELDMAN, JR. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW JAMES H. FELDMAN, JR. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW 50 Rittenhouse Place (610) 649-8200 Ardmore, Pennsylvania 19003 Fax (610) 649-8362 www.jameshfeldman.com jfeldman@jameshfeldman.com Curriculum Vita James

More information

Saturday, September 26, 2009 Center at Cathedral Plaza 555 West Temple Street Los Angeles, CA 90012

Saturday, September 26, 2009 Center at Cathedral Plaza 555 West Temple Street Los Angeles, CA 90012 2009 Capital Training Program New Approaches to Capital Litigation after the California Commission on the Fair Administration of Justice Sponsored by: CACJ, ACLU, CPDA and The Berkeley Law Death Penalty

More information

Medical Marijuana. The Times They Are A-Changin. April 1, 2011 Hotel Nikko San Francisco. Hotel Nikko. Hotel Reservations. 222 Mason St.

Medical Marijuana. The Times They Are A-Changin. April 1, 2011 Hotel Nikko San Francisco. Hotel Nikko. Hotel Reservations. 222 Mason St. The Best Faculty. The Best Experience. Since 1983. REGISTER NOW! 2 n d Annual Seminar Medical Marijuana April 1, 2011 Hotel Nikko San Francisco The Times They Are A-Changin Hotel Nikko 222 Mason St. San

More information

APPLICATION FOR INDIGENT REPRESENTATION

APPLICATION FOR INDIGENT REPRESENTATION APPLICATION FOR INDIGENT REPRESENTATION AFFIDAVIT OF LICENSED ATTORNEY RESIDING OR PRACTICING LAW IN BRAZORIA COUNTY, TEXAS THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF BRAZORIA I,, (PRINT name of attorney completing

More information

THE FIFTH ADMINISTRATIVE JUDICIAL REGION OF TEXAS

THE FIFTH ADMINISTRATIVE JUDICIAL REGION OF TEXAS THE FIFTH ADMINISTRATIVE JUDICIAL REGION OF TEXAS APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL AS QUALIFIED COUNSEL IN DEATH PENALTY CASES To be filled in by Region only: Application No. - Received on: By: I,, State Bar Card

More information

PRISON LAW OFFICE General Delivery, San Quentin CA 94964 Telephone (510) 280-2621 Fax (510) 280-2704 www.prisonlaw.com

PRISON LAW OFFICE General Delivery, San Quentin CA 94964 Telephone (510) 280-2621 Fax (510) 280-2704 www.prisonlaw.com PRISON LAW OFFICE General Delivery, San Quentin CA 94964 Telephone (510) 280-2621 Fax (510) 280-2704 www.prisonlaw.com Your Responsibility When Using the Information Provided Below: When we wrote this

More information

Employment Law Fall 2015 Study Section Conference

Employment Law Fall 2015 Study Section Conference Employment Law Fall 2015, Santa Barbara CONFERENCE INFORMATION The Employment Law Fall 2015 will be held, at the, Santa Barbara. The conference begins on Thursday at 8:00 a.m. with registration and breakfast

More information

Our Clients, Our Constitution, Ourselves

Our Clients, Our Constitution, Ourselves 2 0 0 3 C A P I T A L C A S E D E F E N S E S E M I N A R Our Clients, Our Constitution, Ourselves Capital Defense Teams are True American Heroes February 14 17, 2003 Monterey, CA Sponsored by California

More information

Appellate Practice Seminar

Appellate Practice Seminar California Attorneys for Criminal Justice 2008 Appellate Practice Seminar SATURDAY, october 25, 2008 San Francisco State University Downtown Campus at the Westfield San Francisco Centre 835 Market Street

More information

Appellate Lawyer s Directory

Appellate Lawyer s Directory Appellate Lawyer s Directory Part 1: Projects, Appellate Courts & Attorney Listings A Publication of Central California Appellate Program 2011 Table of Contents -- Part 1 Appointed Counsel Projects.. 1

More information

Medical Marijuana. N o w in So u t h e r n California! What A Long Strange Trip Ahead? December 6, 2010 Hyatt Regency Irvine. www.cle.

Medical Marijuana. N o w in So u t h e r n California! What A Long Strange Trip Ahead? December 6, 2010 Hyatt Regency Irvine. www.cle. N o w in So u t h e r n California! The Best Faculty. The Best Experience. Since 1983. Medical Marijuana What A Long Strange Trip Ahead? December 6, 2010 Hyatt Regency Irvine Synopsis of Legal Landmarks

More information

Doubletree New Orleans New Orleans, LA September 22-24, 2016. 8:30 am - 8:45 am Welcome and Introduction to the Workshop XXXX TBD

Doubletree New Orleans New Orleans, LA September 22-24, 2016. 8:30 am - 8:45 am Welcome and Introduction to the Workshop XXXX TBD Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts Defender Services Office, Training Division Law & Technology Series: Techniques in Electronic Case Management Workshop Doubletree New Orleans New Orleans, LA September

More information

RULES OF THE ROAD XI

RULES OF THE ROAD XI California Attorneys for Criminal Justice RULES OF THE ROAD XI A Day in the Desert with the DUI Experts saturday, september 27, 2008 westinmission hills resort hotel rancho mirage seminar coordinators

More information

Probate and Mental Health Fall 2013 Study Section Conference Hyatt Regency Monterey October 16-18, 2013

Probate and Mental Health Fall 2013 Study Section Conference Hyatt Regency Monterey October 16-18, 2013 CONFERENCE INFORMATION Probate and Mental Health Fall 2013 Study Section Conference The Probate and Mental Health Fall 2013 Study Section Conference will be held, at the Hyatt Regency Monterey. The conference

More information

RHODA PIERRE CATO rhoda.cato@famu.edu quilled.cato@gmail.com

RHODA PIERRE CATO rhoda.cato@famu.edu quilled.cato@gmail.com RHODA PIERRE CATO rhoda.cato@famu.edu quilled.cato@gmail.com EDUCATION J.D. Texas Southern University School of Law, Houston, Texas, 1987 B.A. Loyola University, (Communications) New Orleans, Louisiana,

More information

A Victim s Guide to the Capital Case Process

A Victim s Guide to the Capital Case Process A Victim s Guide to the Capital Case Process Office of Victims Services California Attorney General s Office A Victim s Guide to the Capital Case Process Office of Victims Services California Attorney

More information

JULES EPSTEIN EDUCATION. University of Pennsylvania Law School Juris Doctor, 1978

JULES EPSTEIN EDUCATION. University of Pennsylvania Law School Juris Doctor, 1978 JULES EPSTEIN Associate Professor of Law Widener University School of Law (Delaware) 4601 Concord Pike P.O. Box 7475 Wilmington, Delaware 19803-0475 Phone: 302-477-2031 E-Mail: Jepstein@Mail.Widener.Edu;

More information

J. D.,University of La Verne School of Law, California 1989. United States Court of Appeal,Ninth Circuit 1990

J. D.,University of La Verne School of Law, California 1989. United States Court of Appeal,Ninth Circuit 1990 NINA MARINO 9454 Wilshire Boulevard Suite 500 Beverly Hills, California 90212 Tel: (310) 557-0007 kaplan@kaplanmarino.com EMPLOYMENT Partner, Kaplan Marino,PC Beverly Hills, California 1998-present Solo

More information

Committee on Academic Freedom and Responsibility of Students, 2013-2014 Student Conduct Appeals Board, 2009-2010 and 2011-2012

Committee on Academic Freedom and Responsibility of Students, 2013-2014 Student Conduct Appeals Board, 2009-2010 and 2011-2012 ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE TULANE LAW SCHOOL, New Orleans, LA Associate Professor of Law, 2001 - present Director, Criminal Law Clinic, 2001-2008 Courses: Criminal Law; Legal Profession; Constitutional Criminal

More information

Acting Director, Post-Conviction Clinic Associate Clinical Professor of Law (2004-08) Visiting Associate Clinical Professor of Law (2001-04)

Acting Director, Post-Conviction Clinic Associate Clinical Professor of Law (2004-08) Visiting Associate Clinical Professor of Law (2001-04) ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT SIGMUND G. POPKO, ESQ. Sandra Day O Connor College of Law Arizona State University P.O. Box 877906 Tempe, Arizona 85287-7906 (480) 965-6557 Sigmund.Popko@asu.edu SANDRA DAY O CONNOR

More information

AN ACT. The goals of the alcohol and drug treatment divisions created under this Chapter include the following:

AN ACT. The goals of the alcohol and drug treatment divisions created under this Chapter include the following: ENROLLED Regular Session, 1997 HOUSE BILL NO. 2412 BY REPRESENTATIVE JACK SMITH AN ACT To enact Chapter 33 of Title 13 of the Louisiana Revised Statutes of 1950, comprised of R.S. 13:5301 through 5304,

More information

Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court Local Rules 33.0 ASSIGNMENT AND COMPENSATION OF COUNSEL TO DEFEND

Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court Local Rules 33.0 ASSIGNMENT AND COMPENSATION OF COUNSEL TO DEFEND 33.0 ASSIGNMENT AND OF COUNSEL TO DEFEND PART I. (A) No attorney will be assigned to defend any indigent person in a criminal case unless his or her name appears on one of the approved trial counsel lists

More information

Probate and Mental Health Spring 2016 Study Section Conference Hilton San Diego Gaslamp Quarter, San Diego March 9-11, 2016

Probate and Mental Health Spring 2016 Study Section Conference Hilton San Diego Gaslamp Quarter, San Diego March 9-11, 2016 CONFERENCE INFORMATION Probate and Mental Health Spring 2016 Study Section Conference Hilton San Diego Gaslamp Quarter, San Diego The Probate and Mental Health Spring 2016 Study Section Conference will

More information

KATHERINE MARIS MATTES TULANE UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL 6329 Freret Street New Orleans, Louisiana 70118 (504)865-5153 kmattes@tulane.

KATHERINE MARIS MATTES TULANE UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL 6329 Freret Street New Orleans, Louisiana 70118 (504)865-5153 kmattes@tulane. KATHERINE MARIS MATTES TULANE UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL 6329 Freret Street New Orleans, Louisiana 70118 (504)865-5153 kmattes@tulane.edu PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE PROFESSOR of the PRACTICE, INTERIM DIRECTOR,

More information

FAMILY LAW & MEDIATION 386 N. York Road, Suite 204 Elmhurst, IL 60126 (630) 993-1230 (630) 993-1231 FAX lukkidlaw@aol.com

FAMILY LAW & MEDIATION 386 N. York Road, Suite 204 Elmhurst, IL 60126 (630) 993-1230 (630) 993-1231 FAX lukkidlaw@aol.com LAURA M. URBIK KERN- Principal Law Offices of Laura M. Urbik Kern, LLC FAMILY LAW & MEDIATION 386 N. York Road, Suite 204 Elmhurst, IL 60126 (630) 993-1230 (630) 993-1231 FAX lukkidlaw@aol.com PROFESSIONAL

More information

MICHIGAN APPELLATE ASSIGNED COUNSEL SYSTEM (MAACS) BASIC INFORMATION SHEET

MICHIGAN APPELLATE ASSIGNED COUNSEL SYSTEM (MAACS) BASIC INFORMATION SHEET MICHIGAN APPELLATE ASSIGNED COUNSEL SYSTEM (MAACS) BASIC INFORMATION SHEET NOTICE: Pursuant to MCL 780.712; MSA 28.114(102), lawyers wishing to receive appellate assignments from any circuit court must

More information

INSTRUCTION FOR ATTORNEY APPLICATION AND AGREEMENT

INSTRUCTION FOR ATTORNEY APPLICATION AND AGREEMENT INSTRUCTION FOR ATTORNEY APPLICATION AND AGREEMENT 1. Application. Complete the Application in legible print or type. Attach the appropriate Classification form, requested documentation, and the applicable

More information

Case 1:05-cr-00612-RWS-LTW Document 120-2 Filed 09/27/2007 Page 1 of 7

Case 1:05-cr-00612-RWS-LTW Document 120-2 Filed 09/27/2007 Page 1 of 7 .. United States Attorney Northern District of Georgia ORIGINAL Case 1:05-cr-00612-RWS-LTW Document 120-2 Filed 09/27/2007 Page 1 of 7 GUILTY PLEA and PLEA AGREEMENT FILED IN OPEN (~T VS L.C. - A&lft UNITED

More information

Second Annual National False Claims Act and Qui Tam Trial Institute

Second Annual National False Claims Act and Qui Tam Trial Institute Second Annual National False Claims Act and Qui Tam Trial Institute June 3-5, 2015 Ritz-Carlton, Denver Denver, CO Visit www.shopaba.org/2015litigating to register. Second Annual National False Claims

More information

PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENT

PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENT The Advocacy Institute, in Conjunction With the County Prosecutors Association of New Jersey, Is Pleased to Announce PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENT APA/AGAI 2 ND ANNUAL CLE CONFERENCE May 21, 2011 8:00 a.m. to 4:00

More information

MAIN STREET LEGAL SERVICES DEFENDER LAWYERING SEMINAR AND CLINIC APPLICATION

MAIN STREET LEGAL SERVICES DEFENDER LAWYERING SEMINAR AND CLINIC APPLICATION Allie Robbins Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs (718) 340-4579 Tel 2 Court Square allie.robbins@law.cuny.edu (718) 340-4394 Fax Long Island City, NY 11101-4356 MAIN STREET LEGAL SERVICES DEFENDER LAWYERING

More information

INVITATION TO COMMENT W16-09

INVITATION TO COMMENT W16-09 JUDICIAL COUNCIL OF CALIFORNIA 455 Golden Gate Avenue. San Francisco, California 94102-3688 www.courts.ca.gov/policyadmin-invitationstocomment.htm INVITATION TO COMMENT W16-09 Title Juvenile Law: Delinquency

More information

GEORGE L. WILLIS Assoc. Clinical Professor and Director of the Tax Law Clinic

GEORGE L. WILLIS Assoc. Clinical Professor and Director of the Tax Law Clinic GEORGE L. WILLIS Assoc. Clinical Professor and Director of the Tax Law Clinic EDUCATION CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW J. D. WITH TAXATION EMPHASIS, 1998 CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LONG BEACH B. A.,

More information

Child Welfare Fall 2015 Study Section Conference DoubleTree by Hilton San Francisco Airport, Burlingame October 1-2, 2015

Child Welfare Fall 2015 Study Section Conference DoubleTree by Hilton San Francisco Airport, Burlingame October 1-2, 2015 CONFERENCE INFORMATION DoubleTree by Hilton San Francisco Airport, Burlingame The will be held, at DoubleTree by Hilton San Francisco Airport, Burlingame. The conference begins on Thursday at 8:00 a.m.

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE. Iris Eytan, Eytan Nielsen LLC iris@eytan-nielsen.com

CURRICULUM VITAE. Iris Eytan, Eytan Nielsen LLC iris@eytan-nielsen.com CURRICULUM VITAE Iris Eytan, Eytan Nielsen LLC iris@eytan-nielsen.com EDUCATION: University of San Diego, J.D., 1994 University of Arizona, B.A., with honors, Psychology, 1991 BAR & COURT ADMISSIONS: State

More information

December 10, 2013. Paula Frederick General Counsel State Bar of Georgia 104 Marietta Street, Suite 100 Atlanta, GA 30303 PaulaF@gabar.

December 10, 2013. Paula Frederick General Counsel State Bar of Georgia 104 Marietta Street, Suite 100 Atlanta, GA 30303 PaulaF@gabar. December 10, 2013 College of Law Clark D. Cunningham W. Lee Burge Professor of Law & Ethics P.O. Box 4037 Atlanta, GA 30302-4037 404-413-9168 fax: 404-413-9225 cdcunningham@gsu.edu Home page: http://law.gsu.edu/ccunningham/

More information

MICHELE M. LAVIGNE Clinical Professor of Law University of Wisconsin Law School 975 Bascom Mall Madison, WI 53706 608-262-9859 mlavigne@wisc.

MICHELE M. LAVIGNE Clinical Professor of Law University of Wisconsin Law School 975 Bascom Mall Madison, WI 53706 608-262-9859 mlavigne@wisc. MICHELE M. LAVIGNE Clinical Professor of Law University of Wisconsin Law School 975 Bascom Mall Madison, WI 53706 608-262-9859 mlavigne@wisc.edu Education Syracuse University, Syracuse, N.Y., B.A., 1974

More information

Marcia G. Shein Professional Accomplishments

Marcia G. Shein Professional Accomplishments Marcia G. Shein Professional Accomplishments LAW FIRM OF SHEIN & BRANDENBURG FEDERAL CRIMINAL LAW CENTER 2392 North Decatur Rd. Decatur, Georgia 30033 (404) 633-3797 (voice) (404) 633-7980 (facsimile)

More information

County Counsels' Association of California

County Counsels' Association of California Child Welfare Fall 2011 Study Section Conference Embassy Suites Lake Tahoe - Hotel & Ski Resort CONFERENCE INFORMATION The Child Welfare Fall 2011 Study Section Conference will be held October 13-14,2011,

More information

CACJ CALIFORNIA ATTORNEYS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE

CACJ CALIFORNIA ATTORNEYS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE March 4, 2015 The Honorable Frank A. McGuire Clerk, California Supreme Court Supreme Court of California 455 Golden Gate Ave., Ground Floor San Francisco, CA 94102 Please respond to: JOHN T. PHILIPSBORN

More information

MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE WISCONSIN JUDICIAL COUNCIL MADISON, WISCONSIN April 16, 2010

MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE WISCONSIN JUDICIAL COUNCIL MADISON, WISCONSIN April 16, 2010 MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE WISCONSIN JUDICIAL COUNCIL MADISON, WISCONSIN April 16, 2010 The Judicial Council met at 9:30 a.m. in Room 328NW, State Capitol, Madison, Wisconsin. MEMBERS PRESENT: Chair

More information

Ten Principles. Of a Public Defense Delivery System

Ten Principles. Of a Public Defense Delivery System Ten Principles Of a Public Defense Delivery System February 2002 ABA Standing Committee On Legal Aid And Indigent Defendants 2001-2002 Chair L. Jonathan Ross Manchester, NH Members Phyllis J. Holmen Lonnie

More information

Clinical Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Clinical Education and Service Learning, University of California, Irvine School of Law (2008 ).

Clinical Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Clinical Education and Service Learning, University of California, Irvine School of Law (2008 ). CARRIE LOUISE HEMPEL Associate Dean for Clinical Education and Service Learning University of California, Irvine School of Law 401 E. Peltason Dr., Irvine, CA 92697-8000 (949) 824-3575 (voice) (949) 824-2808

More information

LAW SCHOOL TEACHING EXPERIENCE

LAW SCHOOL TEACHING EXPERIENCE DANA KEITH COLE The University of Akron School of Law Office: (330) 972-7960 Akron, Ohio 44325 2901 Mobile phone: (937) 609-4169 Email: dkc@uakron.edu LAW SCHOOL TEACHING EXPERIENCE 1997 to present THE

More information

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law Chapel Hill, North Carolina Juris Doctorate, 1983

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law Chapel Hill, North Carolina Juris Doctorate, 1983 Curriculum Vitae of Charles G. Monnett III Charles G. Monnett III & Associates 200 Queens Road, Suite 300 P.O. Box 37206 Charlotte, North Carolina 28237 (704) 376-1911 EDUCATION: University of North Carolina

More information

AGENDA 2008 Spring Public Defender Attorney and Investigator Conference Holiday Inn Sunspree, Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina May 14 16, 2008

AGENDA 2008 Spring Public Defender Attorney and Investigator Conference Holiday Inn Sunspree, Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina May 14 16, 2008 AGENDA 2008 Spring Public Defender Attorney and Investigator Conference Holiday Inn Sunspree, Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina May 14 16, 2008 This program contains 12* CLE hours. All hours are general

More information

BEXAR COUNTY CRIMINAL DISTRICT COURTS PLAN STANDARDS AND PROCEDURES RELATED TO APPOINTMENT OF COUNSEL FOR INDIGENT DEFENDANTS

BEXAR COUNTY CRIMINAL DISTRICT COURTS PLAN STANDARDS AND PROCEDURES RELATED TO APPOINTMENT OF COUNSEL FOR INDIGENT DEFENDANTS BEXAR COUNTY CRIMINAL DISTRICT COURTS PLAN STANDARDS AND PROCEDURES RELATED TO APPOINTMENT OF COUNSEL FOR INDIGENT DEFENDANTS The following Local Rules replace the current local rules, Part 5, Section

More information

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA MUNICIPAL REGULATIONS for PSYCHOLOGY ASSOCIATE

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA MUNICIPAL REGULATIONS for PSYCHOLOGY ASSOCIATE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA MUNICIPAL REGULATIONS for PSYCHOLOGY ASSOCIATE April 15, 2011 1 CHAPTER 86 PSYCHOLOGY ASSOCIATE 8600 GENERAL PROVISIONS 8601 TERM OF REGISTRATION 8602 REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS 8603

More information

Curriculum Vitae HERBERT V. LARSON, JR.

Curriculum Vitae HERBERT V. LARSON, JR. Curriculum Vitae HERBERT V. LARSON, JR. Office: Tulane University School of Law Office: Schonekas, Winsberg, Evans & McGoey John Giffen Weinmann Hall, Room 259 D 650 Poydras Street, Suite 2105 6329 Freret

More information

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MARYLAND

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MARYLAND UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MARYLAND ATTORNEY ADMISSION INFORMATION A. FEES Application for Admission.................................. $ 200.00 Application for Renewal....................................

More information

Supreme Court of Appeals State of West Virginia

Supreme Court of Appeals State of West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals State of West Virginia News Administrative Office 1900 Kanawha Blvd., East Bldg. 1, Room E-316 Charleston, West Virginia 25305 (304) 340-2305 Jennifer Bundy (304) 340-2306 April

More information

Effective January 1, 2013. An attorney appointed as lead trial counsel in the trial of a death penalty case must:

Effective January 1, 2013. An attorney appointed as lead trial counsel in the trial of a death penalty case must: STANDARDS FOR QUALIFICATION OF ATTORNEYS FOR APPOINTMENT TO DEATH PENALTY CASES PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 26.052, TEXAS CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, FOR THE THIRD ADMINISTRATIVE JUDICIAL REGION LEAD TRIAL COUNSEL

More information

2012 NDIA Conference, Atlanta, GA

2012 NDIA Conference, Atlanta, GA 2012 NDIA Conference, Atlanta, GA We are excited to announce the agenda for the 2012 National Defender Investigator (NDIA) National Conference which is being held at The Grand Hyatt in Atlanta, CA from

More information

The Art of Trial Advocacy: Integrating Your Theme & Theory Into All Aspects of Your Trial

The Art of Trial Advocacy: Integrating Your Theme & Theory Into All Aspects of Your Trial The Art of Trial Advocacy: Integrating Your Theme & Theory Into All Aspects of Your Trial Saturday, November 5, 2011 Mohawk Valley Community College 9:00 12:00 p.m. Chair: Speaker: Frank J. Nebush, Jr.,

More information

C O H E N, T O D D, K I T E & S T A N F O R D, L L C

C O H E N, T O D D, K I T E & S T A N F O R D, L L C C O H E N, T O D D, K I T E & S T A N F O R D, L L C John L. O Shea Member Direct: (513) 333-5227 Mobile: (513) 300-4012 Email: joshea@ctks.com visit superlawyers.com Top 50 Cincinnati Super Lawyer 2012,

More information

C O H E N, T O D D, K I T E & S T A N F O R D, L L C

C O H E N, T O D D, K I T E & S T A N F O R D, L L C C O H E N, T O D D, K I T E & S T A N F O R D, L L C John L. O Shea Member Direct: (513) 333-5227 Mobile: (513) 300-4012 Email: joshea@ctks.com visit superlawyers.com Top 50 Cincinnati Super Lawyer 2012,

More information

JUNE 8-10, 2015 Nashville Airport Marriott

JUNE 8-10, 2015 Nashville Airport Marriott 18 th In association with the International Workers Compensation Foundation, a non-profit corporation dedicated to workers compensation research and education. ANNUAL TENNESSEE WORKERS COMPENSATION EDUCATIONAL

More information

I am the attorney who has been appointed by the Sixth District Court of Appeal to represent you on your appeal.

I am the attorney who has been appointed by the Sixth District Court of Appeal to represent you on your appeal. [Date] [client name and address] Re: Your appeal Dear Mr./Ms. : I am the attorney who has been appointed by the Sixth District Court of Appeal to represent you on your appeal. An appeal is limited to matters

More information

COURT OF APPEAL OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA FIFTH APPELLATE DISTRICT. Plaintiff and Respondent, v. Kern County Superior Court

COURT OF APPEAL OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA FIFTH APPELLATE DISTRICT. Plaintiff and Respondent, v. Kern County Superior Court COURT OF APPEAL OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA FIFTH APPELLATE DISTRICT PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Plaintiff and Respondent, F065134 v. Kern County Superior Court ARMANDO ALVAREZQUINTERO, No. BF132212A

More information

MODEL CRIMINAL DEFENSE MENTORING PROGRAM Utah State Bar New Lawyer Training Program

MODEL CRIMINAL DEFENSE MENTORING PROGRAM Utah State Bar New Lawyer Training Program MODEL CRIMINAL DEFENSE MENTORING PROGRAM Utah State Bar New Lawyer Training Program The following is submitted as a Model Mentoring Plan for the criminal defense practice field. It was prepared by an experienced

More information

The Law Society of South Australia and the Criminal Law Committee are proud to present the:

The Law Society of South Australia and the Criminal Law Committee are proud to present the: The Law Society of South Australia and the Criminal Law Committee are proud to present the: Criminal Law Conference 2015 Friday 23 - Saturday 24 October 2015 MOUNT LOFTY HOUSE The Criminal Law Committee

More information

AGING and END OF LIFE ISSUES: A Special Forum. Sponsored by AAMR. and

AGING and END OF LIFE ISSUES: A Special Forum. Sponsored by AAMR. and AGING and END OF LIFE ISSUES: A Special Forum Sponsored by AAMR and The Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Aging with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities, Department of Disability and Human

More information

Committee on Academic Freedom and Responsibility of Students, 2013-2014 Student Conduct Appeals Board, 2009-2010 and 2011-2012

Committee on Academic Freedom and Responsibility of Students, 2013-2014 Student Conduct Appeals Board, 2009-2010 and 2011-2012 ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE TULANE LAW SCHOOL, New Orleans, LA Associate Professor of Law, 2001 - present Director, Criminal Law Clinic, 2001-2008 Courses: Criminal Law; Legal Profession; Constitutional Criminal

More information

HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW, CRIMINAL JUSTICE CLINIC, Hempstead, N.Y.

HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW, CRIMINAL JUSTICE CLINIC, Hempstead, N.Y. TEACHING EXPERIENCE HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW, CRIMINAL JUSTICE CLINIC, Hempstead, N.Y. June 2000 through Present Clinical Instructor. Directly supervise law students in all phases of representation

More information