44th Annual Criminal Law Seminar Materials - SALE!

Publication Date: February 2014
Available Formats: Print or searchable PDF via download, USB Flash Drive, or CD-ROM
Pages: 174

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Topics Covered:

  • Recent Developments In Criminal Law And Procedure
  • Substantive Law
  • Immigration Issues: How To Avoid The Road Home
  • Stress Management/Lawyers Helping Lawyers (Ethics)
  • Ethical Issues In The Practice Of Criminal Law
  • Revocations: Serving Your Suspended Sentence On The Installment Plan
  • The Changing Landscape Of Discovery: Criminal Discovery In Virginia

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Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE
RONALD J. BACIGAL

I. TRAFFIC OFFENSES

II. SEARCH AND SEIZURE

III. CONFESSIONS AND SELF-INCRIMINATION

IV. PRETRIAL MOTIONS

V. CHARGES AND PLEAS

VI. DOUBLE JEOPARDY

VII. SPEEDY TRIAL

VIII. TRIAL

IX. VERDICT AND SENTENCING

X. APPEALS

SUBSTANTIVE LAW

I. GUNS AND DRUGS

II. CRIMES AGAINST THE PERSON

III. PROPERTY CRIMES

IV. MISCELLANEOUS

IMMIGRATION ISSUES: HOW TO AVOID THE ROAD HOME
AMY L. AUSTIN, DAVID E. GLUCKMAN

OVERVIEW OF IMMIGRATION AND CRIMES

DEPORTATION SYSTEM MAP

IMMIGRATION IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM MAP

CRESPO v. HOLDER, 631 F.3d 130

PATEL v. HOLDER, 707 F.3d 77

PHAN v. HOLDER, 667 F.3d 448

PRUDENCIO v. HOLDER, 669 f.3d 472

AFFIDAVIT

STRESS MANAGEMENT/LAWYERS HELPING LAWYERS (ETHICS)
JAMES E. LEFFLER

OBTAINING & MAINTAINING A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE

ETHICAL ISSUES IN THE PRACTICE OF CRIMINAL LAW
RODNEY G. LEFFLER, HON. JANE MARUM ROUSH

I. INTRODUCTION

II. HYPOTHETICALS
    1. Contributing to the Delinquency
    2. Practicing Out of the Trunk
    3. Reckless Driving Charge
    4. Researching the Judge
    5. Mistakenly Sharing Trial Strategy Memo
    6. Former Public Defenders Law Office
    7. Flat-Fee Dispute

III. CONCLUSION

ETHICAL ISSUES IN THE PRACTICE OF CRIMINAL LAW-ANSWER-KEY
REVOCATIONS: SERVING YOUR SUSPENDED SENTENCE ON THE
INSTALLMENT PLAN

ARESHINI PATHER, ELIZABETH MURTAGH, ALBERT LAFAVE

I. REVIEW OF RELEVANT CASE LAW

II. RELEVANT STATUTORY AUTHORITY

REVOCATIONS

BILL BLAINE, DAVID R. LETT

I. INTRODUCTION

II. THE MECHANICS OF A REVOCATION—FIRST HALF: PRIOR TO THE
HEARING

III. THE MECHANICS OF A REVOCATION—SECOND HALF: THE
HEARING, ETC.

IV. SOME REVOCATION CASE LAW

V. MISCELLANEOUS REVOCATION ISSUES

THE CHANGING LANDSCAPE OF DISCOVERY: CRIMINAL DISCOVERY IN
VIRGINIA

JEFFREY A. SWARTZ

I. AUTHORITY FOR DISCOVERY RIGHTS

II. SCOPE OF DISCOVERY

III. DISCOVERY NON-COMPIANCE

IV. FUTURE OF CRIMINAL DISCOVERY IN VIRGINIA

THE CHANGING LANDSCAPE OF DISCOVERY: COMPARISON OF THE PRIMARY
DISCOVERY RULES OF ALL 50 STATES

JONATHAN SHAPIRO

I. INTRODUCTION

II. SUMMARY OF FINDINGS

Authors

RONALD J. BACIGAL

AMY L. AUSTIN

DAVID E. GLUCKMAN

JAMES E. LEFFLER

RODNEY G. LEFFLER

HON. JANE MARUM ROUSH

ARESHINI PATHER

ELIZABETH MURTAGH

ALBERT LAFAVE

BILL BLAINE

DAVID R. LETT

JEFFREY A. SWARTZ

JONATHAN SHAPIRO

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