October 3, 2018: Criminal Law Review

Date: Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Time: 9:00am – 4:45pm

Credits: 6 general CLE hours

Live Webinar: $199

9:00am – 11:15am: Navigating District Court $50

Attorney Idrissa Smith will provide a practical guide to notices, motions, & pleadings in district criminal court. He will elaborate on client representation and court appearances. He will also discuss how to file appropriate documents, determining a proper bond, and how to obtain seized property.

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11:15am – 12:30pm: Calculating Jail Credit $25

Attorney Blagrove will discuss the process of jail credit. She will elaborate on what jail credit is and how to calculate jail credit. She will address various questions such as, “Is the defendant entitled to jail credit?”, “Was the defendant confined?”, and “Was the credit applied to a previous imposed sentence?”. Attorney Blagrove will discuss the importance of the Consult Jail Credit Manual.

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1:00pm – 2:15pm: Court Cost in Criminal Cases $25

Attorney Zachary Thayer will elaborate on court costs in criminal cases. This discussion will include the failure to pay, failure to comply and other timing issues that increase the costs the client has to pay. He will explain the law that addresses when the costs are due and any grace periods that are allowed.

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2:15pm – 3:30pm: Basic Traffic Court Procedure $25

Attorney Daniel Meier will discuss basics in traffic court. He will discuss the law regarding traffic citations, discuss the impact of PJC and other traffic ticket reductions on the client’s insurance points and DMV points.

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3:30pm – 4:45pm: The Bail System $25

Attorney Alvin Hudson will address how to address your client’s bond. He will elaborate on ways to effectively reduce client’s bond. He will discuss the rules regarding bond forfeitures.

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