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17th Annual Criminal Justice Institute

Publication Year: September 16, 2010   Publication Type: Coursebook

Table of Contents:

 Co-Chairs and Faculty
 Summary of Contents
 Program Schedule
 Faculty Biographies
 Chapter One- U.S. Supreme Court Update
 Chapter Two- Washington Criminal Case Law Update
 Chapter Three- Washington Legislative Update Significant Developments
 Chapter Four- A Bar Complaint- Now' What
 Chapter Five- Immigration What Criminal Law' Practitioners Need to Know
 Chapter Six- Gant and Crawford Update
 Chapter Seven- Marijuana Law Update
 Chapter Eight-A How' Public Defenders Should Meet Their Ethical Obligations
 Chapter Eight-B How Public Defenders Should Met Their Ethical Obligations
 Chapter Nine- Voir Dire Essentials
 Chapter Ten- Reserve Pages
 Chapter Eleven- Developments in Evidence Affecting Criminal Practice
 Chapter Twelve- Washington Search and Seizure Update
 Chapter Thirteen- The Essentials of Weaving the Themes of Your Case into the Trial
 Chapter Fourteen- Interacting with the Military Justice System
 Chapter Fifteen- Expungement Which Law and When
 Chapter Sixteen- Gubernatorial Pardons and Clemency- What the Governor
 Chapter Seventeen- Contempt of Court a Lesson in Professionalism and Legal