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2017 Serving As Appointed Counsel
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Mandatory seminar for those desiring to serve as appointed counsel in Jefferson County's Criminal Division

When: Friday, November 3, 2017
from 8:30 AM until 5:00 PM
Where: Criminal Justice Center
801 Richard Arrington Jr Blvd North
Birmingham, Alabama  35203
United States
Contact: Dana Thomas
205-251-8006 ext 2

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Topics for this program include - basics of being appointed counsel (David Luker - Director of the Jefferson County Public Defender's Office); special considerations in representing non-citizens (Brett Pouncey - Law Office of Brett Pouncey); the District Attorney's Office (Danny Carr - District Attorney Pro-Tem); sentencing and probation (Kathy Luker - Law Office of Kathy Luker); post-trial procedures and appeals (J.D. Lloyd - Law Office of J. D. Lloyd); Drug Court (Judge Kechia Sanders); Domestic Violence Court (Judge Katrina Ross); Circuit Court (Wendell Sheffield - Sheffield & Lentine PC); District Court and preliminary hearings (Bill Myers - The Myers Firm LLC); ethical issues facing criminal defense lawyers and Mental Health Court (Judge Stephen Wallace); and Birmingham Municipal Court (Judge Andra Sparks).  Download a schedule here.

Approved by the Alabama State Bar's MCLE Commission for 6.8 hours MCLE Credit (including one ethics credit).  Save $$ by registering early - register online with credit card or click here to print a registration form to return with your check.

This is a mandatory program for those desiring to serve as appointed counsel in Jefferson County's Criminal Division (if you have already completed this program, you are not required to attend again).


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