Attorneys have an affirmative duty to thoroughly understand the immigration consequences of criminal conviction and accurately advise their noncitizen clients. This program will familiarize you with this complex area of law and the importance of defense counsel’s role in investigating, mitigating, and ideally avoiding immigration consequences arising from criminal cases.
1.5 Hours MCLE Credit with Specialization in Criminal Law
Find out how, when, and why to attack pleadings. This program focusing on state court practice is presented by Shane Cahill from Long & Levit, LLP.
1 Hour MCLE Credit
This seminar covers the requirements of the Adult Use of Marijuana Act, the effect on Medical Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act businesses, and the advantages and disadvantages of each.
1 hour MCLE Credit
Join us for a review of the judicial standards and a discussion of what makes a bail request compelling, what judges are concerned with in setting bail, and what policy changes might be in the works. How bias can affect bail and what can be done about it will also be discussed.
1 hour MCLE Credit
1 hour (C) Substantive Criminal Law and Procedure
Legal analysis and procedural guidance by and for California judges and lawyers.
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Practical advice on evaluating and proving damages recoverable for a wide variety of personal injuries, and discussion of the kinds of injuries for which damages are and are not recoverable.
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