The Resource 33rd annual Criminal Law Symposium

33rd annual Criminal Law Symposium

Label
33rd annual Criminal Law Symposium
Title
33rd annual Criminal Law Symposium
Title variation
  • Thirty-third annual Criminal Law Symposium
  • Criminal Law Symposium, 33rd annual
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
PQD
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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2016
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Criminal Law Symposium
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Pennsylvania Bar Institute
Series statement
PBI
Series volume
no. 2016-9090
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  • Criminal procedure
  • Criminal law
Label
33rd annual Criminal Law Symposium
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • John C. Daily, Edward F. Spreha Jr.
  • Department of corrections' State intermediate punishment program /
  • Theron Perez
  • Digital evidence and the ethics behind computer security
  • Steven M. Pacillio
  • How to lose your trial without really trying: A 12-step program to avoid juror abuse
  • Richard K. Renn
  • Addictions: Partnerships for recovery
  • Kenneth J. Martz
  • The basics of direct appeal (where following the rules still matters)
  • The year in review
  • Bonnie-Ann Brill Keagy
  • Criminal appeals and common pitfalls before the superior court
  • Victor P. Stabile
  • Lights, camera, verdict
  • Joseph A. Curcillo III -
  • Handling snitches - Direct and cross examination
  • John J. Kerrigan Jr., Matthew D. Weintraub
  • Collateral consequences: The ramifications of a criminal conviction
  • Sharon M. Dietrich
  • Procedural advantage - The first rule is knowing the rules
  • Federal case summaries
  • Robert Eyer, Kelly A. Lewis Fallenstein
  • Combatting human trafficking: In the courtroom and beyond
  • Lori A. Dumas, Pearl Kim
  • The art of setting, memorializing and collecting fees in criminal cases
  • Steven F. Fairlie, Brian W. Perry
  • Basics of PCRAs
  • Brian J. Zeiger
  • SORNA: What's new?
  • David J. Freed, Aaron J. Marcus
  • "Walking" with an eyewitness expert after walker
  • Bruce A. Antkowiak
  • Defense ID expert: Is it right for this case? A brief overview
  • Kirk K, Handrich
  • Expert report of factors affecting eyewitness identification
  • Suzanne Mannes
  • Strategies incorporating eyewitness ID evidence
  • James F. Berardinelli
  • Recent changes to the sentencing guidelines and other commission mandates, including risk assessment
  • Mark H. Bergstrom, Helene Placey
  • Judges panel: Courtroom decorum and civility (ETHICS)
  • William R. Carpenter
  • Pennsylvania Case Summaries
  • Co-defendant trials - When more is less
  • Daniel R. Bush, Leigh P. Narducci
  • The Pennsylvania sentencing commission - What were those people thinking when they created the sentencing guidelines?
  • Anthony M. Mariani, Sheila A. Woods-Skipper, Mark H. Bergstrom
  • Toxicology 101 for attorneys
  • Allison A. Muller
  • When should attorneys consult a mental health expert?
  • Frank M. Dattilio, Robert L. Sadoff
  • Using technology in trial preparation and during a complex criminal trial
  • Anthony W. Forray, Joanna Newcomer-Hamme
  • Brandon P. Ging
  • Preliminary hearing post-Ricker
  • Leonard N. Sosnov
  • New law: Petition for order of limited access
  • Charles T. DeTulleo
  • Why was my petition for allowance of appeal denied?
  • Patricia M. Starner--
  • Firearms disabilities: How to know if your guy is that guy and what to do about it
  • Jonathan S. Goldstein, Bradford A. Richman
  • Firearms: Navigating the ethical minefields
  • Jonathan S. Goldstein, Bradford A. Richman
  • Search and seizure update
  • Defense strategies to structure plea agreements to minimize immigration consequences of criminal convictions
  • Diane M. Palissery, Nandakumar Palissery
  • The most common recurring legal errors in capital cases
  • Susan E. Affronti, Stuart B. Lev
  • Capital case update
  • Robert B. Dunham
  • From neuroscience and the law to jurors' understanding
  • Suzanne Mannes
  • The latest in forensics: Scientifically and legally
  • Jules B. Epstein
  • David Rudovsky
  • DUI update
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
2 volumes (various pagings)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)952348097
Label
33rd annual Criminal Law Symposium
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • John C. Daily, Edward F. Spreha Jr.
  • Department of corrections' State intermediate punishment program /
  • Theron Perez
  • Digital evidence and the ethics behind computer security
  • Steven M. Pacillio
  • How to lose your trial without really trying: A 12-step program to avoid juror abuse
  • Richard K. Renn
  • Addictions: Partnerships for recovery
  • Kenneth J. Martz
  • The basics of direct appeal (where following the rules still matters)
  • The year in review
  • Bonnie-Ann Brill Keagy
  • Criminal appeals and common pitfalls before the superior court
  • Victor P. Stabile
  • Lights, camera, verdict
  • Joseph A. Curcillo III -
  • Handling snitches - Direct and cross examination
  • John J. Kerrigan Jr., Matthew D. Weintraub
  • Collateral consequences: The ramifications of a criminal conviction
  • Sharon M. Dietrich
  • Procedural advantage - The first rule is knowing the rules
  • Federal case summaries
  • Robert Eyer, Kelly A. Lewis Fallenstein
  • Combatting human trafficking: In the courtroom and beyond
  • Lori A. Dumas, Pearl Kim
  • The art of setting, memorializing and collecting fees in criminal cases
  • Steven F. Fairlie, Brian W. Perry
  • Basics of PCRAs
  • Brian J. Zeiger
  • SORNA: What's new?
  • David J. Freed, Aaron J. Marcus
  • "Walking" with an eyewitness expert after walker
  • Bruce A. Antkowiak
  • Defense ID expert: Is it right for this case? A brief overview
  • Kirk K, Handrich
  • Expert report of factors affecting eyewitness identification
  • Suzanne Mannes
  • Strategies incorporating eyewitness ID evidence
  • James F. Berardinelli
  • Recent changes to the sentencing guidelines and other commission mandates, including risk assessment
  • Mark H. Bergstrom, Helene Placey
  • Judges panel: Courtroom decorum and civility (ETHICS)
  • William R. Carpenter
  • Pennsylvania Case Summaries
  • Co-defendant trials - When more is less
  • Daniel R. Bush, Leigh P. Narducci
  • The Pennsylvania sentencing commission - What were those people thinking when they created the sentencing guidelines?
  • Anthony M. Mariani, Sheila A. Woods-Skipper, Mark H. Bergstrom
  • Toxicology 101 for attorneys
  • Allison A. Muller
  • When should attorneys consult a mental health expert?
  • Frank M. Dattilio, Robert L. Sadoff
  • Using technology in trial preparation and during a complex criminal trial
  • Anthony W. Forray, Joanna Newcomer-Hamme
  • Brandon P. Ging
  • Preliminary hearing post-Ricker
  • Leonard N. Sosnov
  • New law: Petition for order of limited access
  • Charles T. DeTulleo
  • Why was my petition for allowance of appeal denied?
  • Patricia M. Starner--
  • Firearms disabilities: How to know if your guy is that guy and what to do about it
  • Jonathan S. Goldstein, Bradford A. Richman
  • Firearms: Navigating the ethical minefields
  • Jonathan S. Goldstein, Bradford A. Richman
  • Search and seizure update
  • Defense strategies to structure plea agreements to minimize immigration consequences of criminal convictions
  • Diane M. Palissery, Nandakumar Palissery
  • The most common recurring legal errors in capital cases
  • Susan E. Affronti, Stuart B. Lev
  • Capital case update
  • Robert B. Dunham
  • From neuroscience and the law to jurors' understanding
  • Suzanne Mannes
  • The latest in forensics: Scientifically and legally
  • Jules B. Epstein
  • David Rudovsky
  • DUI update
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
2 volumes (various pagings)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)952348097

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