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SB1437: California’s Felony Murder Reform

Webinar: April 8, 2019 (Monday) - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

 

The passage of SB1437 offers some relief to defendants convicted of murder pursuant to “felony murder” or “natural and probable consequences.” Although a simple form has been made available to request relief, applying the new rule is complicated. Learn from lead drafter, Kate Chatfield, what the law does, the procedure for applying for relief, and how the applications are being handled in different counties across the state.

 

1 Hour MCLE Credit, including 1 Hour Specialization in Criminal Law

The passage of SB1437 offers some relief to defendants convicted of murder pursuant to “felony murder” or “natural and probable consequences.” Although a simple form has been made available to request relief, applying the new rule is complicated. Learn from lead drafter, Kate Chatfield, what the law does, the procedure for applying for relief, and how the applications are being handled in different counties across the state.

  • Determining if a murder conviction is covered by SB1437
  • How does this affect pending cases
  • What relief is available
  • How to request relief
  • What to expect in court

This is an intermediate level program. Some experience with criminal law is assumed.

Webinar CR75043-190

Webinar: April 8, 2019 (Monday)
12:00pm to 1:00pm

 

If you are signed in and a CLE Passport holder, your adjusted cost appears below.

 

$ 79.00

The passage of SB1437 offers some relief to defendants convicted of murder pursuant to “felony murder” or “natural and probable consequences.” Although a simple form has been made available to request relief, applying the new rule is complicated. Learn from lead drafter, Kate Chatfield, what the law does, the procedure for applying for relief, and how the applications are being handled in different counties across the state.

  • Determining if a murder conviction is covered by SB1437
  • How does this affect pending cases
  • What relief is available
  • How to request relief
  • What to expect in court

This is an intermediate level program. Some experience with criminal law is assumed.

KATE CHATFIELD

KATE CHATFIELD

Kate Chatfield is Policy Director at Re:store Justice. Prior to joining Re:store Justice, Kate directed the Criminal and Juvenile Justice and the Racial Justice Law Clinics at the University of San Francisco School of Law, training students to represent indigent clients in the trial court. Kate worked as a criminal defense attorney for ten years, working both in private practice and at the Office of the State Public Defender. In her practice, Kate represented clients at all levels in the criminal justice system: in juvenile court, adult court, on habeas, and on appeal. Kate graduated with High Honors from the University of California at Berkeley and obtained her J.D. cum laude from the University of San Francisco School of Law, having started law school when her children were 3 and 6 years old. Kate has worked with the homeless in Skid Row, Los Angeles and the Bay Area. In 1995, Kate co-founded a non-profit organization that began as a homeless dining room, and has since expanded to include an emergency homeless shelter and three homes offering permanent supportive housing for the formerly homeless and incarcerated.

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