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Federal Criminal Practice Institute --Federal Bar Council Members ONLY

Course begins Thursday, October 17, 2013, 6:00 pm--7:30 pm

Additional Dates
Friday, October 18, 2013, 9:00 am--5:00pm
Saturday, October 19, 2013, 9:00am -- 5:00pm
Member Price:     $255
Non-Member Attorney Price:     $255

Intended Audience:

This entry is for the registration of Federal Bar Council Members only. You may also register by calling 212-267-6646, ext. 215, mailing or faxing the order form

All other members, Non-members and Public Sector/Non-profit attorneys click here to register

Location: 14 Vesey Street -- 2nd Floor Auditorium

Course ID: C10172013A

Number of Sessions: 3

Credits: 17 NY: 3 Ethics; 6 Skills; 8 PP; Transitional and Nontransitional
17 NJ: 3 Ethics; 14 General

Course Description:

The program kicks off Thursday evening with a networking cocktail reception and discussion of the Effects of federal Criminal Conviction on Immigration Status, followed by two-full days of programming on Friday and Saturday

Join judges from the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, Eastern and Southern Districts of New York, Clerks and Chief Executives of the Courts, seasoned federal criminal practitioners and academics at this program specifically designed for state criminal practitioners seeking to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to establish and develop a federal criminal practice.

This program will also serve as a good refresher for federal criminal practitioners interested in hearing about the latest issues and developments in the Second Circuit, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.

Completion of the program enhances an attendee’s prospects for acceptance to the Criminal Justice Act Panels in the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.

Some of the topics to be discussed include:

Thursday evening:

The Effect of Federal Criminal Convictions on Immigration Status

Friday & Saturday

  • Initiation of the Proceeding
  • Pre-Trial Issues
  • Ethics
  • Asset Forfeiture
  • The Federal Criminal Trial
  • Forensic Evidence and Computer Forensics
  • Prosecution and Defense of Terrorism Cases
  • The Sentencing Guidelines
  • Sentencing Advocacy
  • Appeals

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Faculty:

Program Co-sponsor: Federal Bar Council

Program Co-chairs: Mark B. Rosen, Esq., John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and 
Richard Albert,
Morvillo Abramowitz

Faculty (In Formation): Marc Agnifilo, Brafman and Associates, P.C. ;  Robert Anello, Morvillo, Abramowitz, Grand , Jason, Anello & Bohrer, P.C.;  Hon. Frederick Block, USDC, EDNY:  Benjamin Braufman, Braufman and Associates, P.C.; Hon. Margo Brodie, EDNY; Susan Brune, Brune & Richard, LLP; John Buretta, U.S. Attorney, EDNY; Joel Cohen, Stroock; Ronald P. Fischetti, Fischetti & Malgieri LLP; Hon. John Gleeson, USDC, EDNY; Hon. Steven Gold, USDC, EDNY; Bruce Green, Fordham Law School; Barry Leiwant, Federal Defenders; Richard Ware Levitt, Esq.; Marshall Miller, US Attorney, EDNY; Marjorie Peerce, Stillman, Friedman & Shechtman PC; William Pollard, Kornstein, Veisz, Wexler and Pollard; Peter Quijano, Quijano & Ennis; Alan Vinegrad,Covington & Burling LLP

 

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