Criminal Case Law and Practice Developments 2023
Date: Feb 4, 2023 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Areas of Law:
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Learn about the latest developments in attorney conducted voir dire (ACVD), case law, court rules, statutes and more!
Each year, hundreds of criminal law court decisions are rendered by the New Jersey Superior, Appellate, and Supreme Courts on a vast number of issues. If your practice concentrates in criminal law, it is essential that you read each significant published case and keep abreast of changes in the law. If you only occasionally handle criminal law matters, the need is even greater that you keep aware of recent developments in order to represent your clients competently and avoid malpractice!
An easy way to bring yourself up to date is to purchase this 24th annual presentation, which features a comprehensive analysis of the most significant criminal law cases decided in New Jersey by the State, Appellate and New Jersey Supreme Courts. Gain insight on the practical implications of these decisions from some of the state’s leading criminal law attorneys.
And, in addition to the case law update, the 2023 presentation will also feature discussion of timely topics involving the return to the courthouse, jury selection, implicit bias and the implementation of attorney conducted voir dire (ACVD) in criminal cases.
Join our blue-ribbon panel, led by Joseph Paravecchia, First Assistant Prosecutor of the Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s Office and past chair of the NJSBA Criminal Law Section, and Alan Zegas, Esq., one of our state's leading criminal law practitioners, in a fast paced, "think on your feet" program that is sure to be a super-energized way to stay up-to-date on the latest developments in criminal law.
- Get the key developments and updates you need in one morning
- Hear directly from the Bench and the Bar
- Make sure your legal arsenal is fully updated with the most recent case law, practice developments and statutory changes.
PLUS, A complete compilation of leading cases will be included in the written materials for the program.
A GREAT way to keep up to date. Also, a GREAT way to begin your prep for the Criminal Trial Certification exam!