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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