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Critical Evidentiary Issues in Capital Cases (NO CREDIT)
Price: $99.00 (provides online access for 3 months after purchase).
Course №:POD 1407N
Duration: 4 hours
Original Program Date: Wednesday, November 11, 2009
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Each year Judge Renee Hughes and Professor Jules Epstein join together with an esteemed faculty to educate criminal practitioners on issues involving the proper handling of capital cases. This year the faculty will explore critical evidentiary issues in capital cases.

Throughout the seminar the faculty will explore ethical issues of which you need to be aware as you practice in this extremely complicated area. In addition, the panelists will alert you to jury issues you need to know in each area they explore.

Join PBI and an extraordinary panel as we explore the issues you need to know when it comes to evidence and capital cases.

Recorded during a live webcast in November 2009.


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Hon. Renee Cardwell Hughes, Court of Common Pleas, First Judicial District Member, Pennsylvania Commission on Judicial Independence, Philadelphia
Prof. Jules B. Epstein, Widener University School of Law, Wilmington, DE
John P. Doyle, Esq., Philadelphia District Attorney, Philadelphia
Thurgood M. Matthews, Esq., Defender Association of Philadelphia, Philadelphia
Prof. Edward D. Ohlbaum, The James E. Beasley School of Law of Temple University, Philadelphia
Karl D. Schwartz, Esq., Federal Public Defender’s Office, Wilmington, DE
Bernard L. Siegel, Esq., Law Offices of Bernard L. Siegel, Philadelphia

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icon_acrobatThis is a NON-credit course. (Read more) (1 Page)
icon_acrobatProgram Schedule (1 Page, 59 KB)
icon_acrobatFor those on HIGHSPEED CONNECTION, entire book in one file (434 Pages, 3 MB)
noteFor those on OTHER CONNECTIONS, book in separate files—
icon_acrobatFront Matter (104 KB)
icon_acrobatPart One (1 MB)
icon_acrobatPart Two (1 MB)
icon_acrobatHandout (Supplemental Materials) (10 Pages, 52 KB)
icon_acrobatMajor Ethics Rules Changes (Rev. August 2009) (ETHICS COURSES ONLY) (2 Pages, 26 KB)

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