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5/4/2018
Cross to Kill 2018

Adirondack Criminal Defense Seminar – Lake Placid 2018
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5 Skills Credits; Faculty & Topics Include: Defending Veterans in Criminal Court - Art Cody, Esq., Veterans Defense Program Legal Deputy Director, New York State Defenders Association; Cross-Examination: If Anything Can Go Wrong, IT WILL! - Robert G. Wells, Esq., NYSACDL President; Advising the Client of the Unseen Consequences of a Conviction in the Wake of Padilla, Michael Baker, Esq.

4/13/2018
When: Friday, April 13, 2018
Lunch & Registration begin at 11:15
Where: Conference Center at Lake Placid
2608 Main Street
Lake Placid, New York  12946
United States
Contact: Jennifer Van Ort
518-443-2000


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NYSACDL CLE SEMINAR

Adirondack Criminal Defense Seminar – Lake Placid 2018

5 Skills Credits

Friday, April 13, 2018

11:15am – 5:00pm

The Conference Center at Lake Placid
2608 Main Street, Lake Placid, NY 12946  

 


 

Register using link above or download PDF form to fax (888-239-4665) 
or mail (NYSACDL, 90 State Street, Suite 700, Albany, NY 12207).

 


 

Thank you to our Lead Sponsor!


 


 

AGENDA & TOPICS

11:15am: Registration & Lunch

12:15pm: Opening Remarks

12:30pm – 2:10pm: Defending Veterans in Criminal Court

  • Art Cody, Esq., Veterans Defense Program Legal Deputy Director, New York State Defenders Association


2:20pm – 4:00pm: Cross-Examination: If Anything Can Go Wrong, IT WILL!

  • Robert G. Wells, Esq., NYSACDL President

4:10pm – 5:00pm: Advising the Client of the Unseen Consequences of a Conviction in the Wake of Padilla

  • Michael Baker, Esq., Chief Assistant Public Defender, Broome County Public Defender’s Office

 

This transitional program is approved for new lawyers. NYSACDL is accredited by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board as an approved provider.

NYSACDL provides tuition assistance to attorneys showing hardship.