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Pre-Registration is now closed. You can still register on-site at the New York Marriott Downtown beginning on Thursday, May 16th, at 3:30pm.
NACDL's 2013 Spring Meeting & Seminar will be held at the New York Marriott Downtown in the heart of all the action, May 16-19, 2013.
The prosecution needs evidence to prove its case—and the defense needs to know how to Suppress It!
Motions to Suppress are one of the most important and effective procedural tools that have traditionally leveled the playing field for the defense in court. But now… modern law enforcement tools and techniques have raised new constitutional questions regarding our right to privacy and be secure in our persons, houses, papers, and effects.
In order to get that courtroom victory for your client, you need to be on the cutting-edge of Fourth Amendment pre-trial litigation issues.
This program will provide you with strategic tools and arguments to protect your client from the fruits of unreasonable searches, seizures, or other law enforcement intrusions using traditional means or with modern technology.
On Friday, the seminar will also feature a separate one-day program on criminal appeals. Some of the nation’s top defense appellate specialists will discuss and demonstrate how to hone your written and oral skills on appeal, in a way designed to be helpful whether you are not much more than a beginner, or already an experienced advocate. The appellate program will feature prize-winning history professor, James Goodman of Rutgers University, speaking on story-telling techniques.
Join your NACDL colleagues in America's most exciting city— New York—and prepare yourself for future litigation with emerging constitutional implications.
NACDL is an accredited provider of CLE in all states requiring mandatory CLE Training. NACDL will apply for at least 12 general credit hours in every state requiring pre-approval. Approved hours for each state will be identified at the seminar. Some states, IL, GA, NC, NE, PA, TX and UT require additional fees by the attendee in order to receive credit.