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Prosecutorial Error During Trial

This seminar will help you to quickly identify prosecutorial conduct exceeding the limits of advocacy during trial

 

1 Hour MCLE Credit

 

 

This seminar will help you to quickly identify prosecutorial conduct exceeding the limits of advocacy during trial. The tools available to address and review such conduct are covered, along with tips on how to strategically use these tools. Know when conduct rises to the level of error and what relief is available—this program will teach you techniques to keep improper conduct out of trial.

Program Highlights:

  • Jury selection limitations
  • Error in opening and closing arguments
  • Improper use of evidence
  • Issues with handling of witnesses
  • Jury instruction error

This is an intermediate level program. Some criminal trial experience is assumed.

On Demand CR54404-191

Live program recorded on 12/13/2017. 

 

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$ 79.00

This seminar will help you to quickly identify prosecutorial conduct exceeding the limits of advocacy during trial. The tools available to address and review such conduct are covered, along with tips on how to strategically use these tools. Know when conduct rises to the level of error and what relief is available—this program will teach you techniques to keep improper conduct out of trial.

Program Highlights:

  • Jury selection limitations
  • Error in opening and closing arguments
  • Improper use of evidence
  • Issues with handling of witnesses
  • Jury instruction error

This is an intermediate level program. Some criminal trial experience is assumed.

JOSEPH PENROD

Joseph Penrod

JOSEPH PENROD was born and raised in Alameda County. He attended the University of Oregon before obtaining his J.D. at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. After brief stints interning with the Camden Office of the New Jersey Public Defender and the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office, Joseph began as a line attorney handling misdemeanors in Oakland. Twelve years and a multitude of jury trials later, Joseph currently balances his time between a small homicide caseload and supervision of the Oakland misdemeanor trial team.

KAITLYN WILLISON

KAITLYN WILLISON

KAITLYN WILLISON is a Post-Bar Law Clerk at the Alameda County Public Defender. After graduating from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign College of Law in 2015 she served as a Gideon Fellow with the State of Iowa Public Defender. She has been licensed to practice in the State of California since December 2016.

Products specifications
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
PRODUCT GROUP Digital
MCLE HOUR 0.5 - 2
By Month December 2017
PRACTICE AREA Criminal Law
Products specifications
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
PRODUCT GROUP Digital
MCLE HOUR 0.5 - 2
By Month December 2017
PRACTICE AREA Criminal Law