How Prosecutors and Defense Attorneys Can Tiptoe Through Ethical Minefields
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
4:30 PM until 6:30 PM
87 Bayard Street
New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901
See description below
732.828.3433, x. 102
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Ethical Issues for Prosecutors and Defense Attorneys
Tuesday, December 16th @ 4:30 p.m.
MCBA Office, 87 Bayard Street, New Brunswick
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Brian D. Gillet, Esq.
Former OAE Officer
Robert S. Bonney, Esq.
Lomurro Davison Eastman & Munoz
Joseph J. Benedict, Esq.
Co-Chair, MCBA Criminal Practice Committee
Benedict & Altman
The seminar will focus on:
- Avoiding Conflicts
- Candor with the Court and Adversary vs. Work Product/Attorney Client Privilege Issue
- Prepping vs. Coaching a Witness
- Contacts with Represented Parties or Witnesses
- What to do When:
- You know a witness or defendant intends to lie to a judge or jury
- It comes to your attention that you, your client or your witness has made a material misrepresentation to a judge or jury
- You are aware of case law or a statute that is contrary to a legal argument you making
- You are aware of a prior conviction that a sentencing judge is not aware of
- You are responsible to prosecute a case and know that a victim is refusing to testify - must you tell your adversary?
- Retainer Agreements
program has been pre-approved by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of
the Supreme Court of New Jersey for 2.0 hours of total CLE credit. Of
these, 2.0 qualify as hours of credit towards professionalism/ethics.
Cost: $30-Young Lawyers; $40-MCBA Members; and $75-All Others
To RSVP: Online Registration | Download Form | Call the Bar Office at 732.828.3433, x. 102