Criminal Justice Section Spring Meeting Continuing Legal Education Program, Saturday May 3, 2014
This program will address three areas in which the law of evidence in criminal cases has recently experienced a sea change. Appellate courts now recognize that evidence establishing a defendant's identity may be subject to suppression or challenge under the Confrontation Clause. In addition, in particular in domestic violence and sexual assault cases, they have described when hearsay may be admitted or challenged on Confrontation grounds. The program will also cover the Right to Present a Defense.
This program will provide 4.5 MCLE credits in the area of professional practice and has been approved for all attorneys including those newly admitted.
Program Topics and Speakers:
Hearsay and Confrontation Issues in Domestic Violence & Sex Cases: Professor Christian B. Sundquist, Albany Law School
Seizure and Admissibility of Identity-Related Evidence Acquired as the Result of an Illegal Traffic Stop; Recent Evidence -Related Decisions of the New York Court of Appeals in Criminal Cases: Andrew Fine, Director of the Court of Appeals Practice in the Criminal Appeals Bureau of the Legal Aid Society.
The Right to Present a Defense: Mark J. Mahoney, Esq., Harrington and Mahoney, Buffalo
State Bar Center
New York State Bar Association
One Elk Street
Albany, NY 12207
For more information contact Pat Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
See the brochure here
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