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Dependency Case Law Update

Tuesday, September 17, 2019, 12 p.m.
Paul Bell Library and via GotoWebinar

The seminar presented by ADI staff attorney Laura L. Furness will review and discuss new dependency cases, trends in recent case law, and successes in dependency appeals.

The program is pre-approved for one hour of general MCLE credit. The program is also pre-approved for one hour of appellate specialization credit.

New Legislation and Other Recent Changes to the Criminal Law

Monday, September 23, 2019, 12 p.m.
Paul Bell Library and via GotoWebinar

Troy Britt and Whitney Antrim, experienced attorneys at the San Diego Office of the Public Defender, will join us to discuss what’s going on at the trial court level with all the new legislation and additions to the Penal Code — SB 620, SB 180, SB 1393, SB 1437, Prop 57, PC 1170.91, PC 1170.95 — and People v. Duenas. Come learn about the current issues in dispute and whether any of these major changes to California law are having a meaningful effect for our client base.

The program is pre-approved for one hour of general MCLE credit. PIZZA will be served, so in-person attendance will require an RSVP.

Ideas for potential questions and topics for discussion are welcome. They should be submitted to Siri Shetty at sds@adi-sandiego.com.

 

 

 

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