CLE Programs

A Criminal Lawyer's Guide to Practice in the Massachusetts District Courts

You don’t want to take a criminal case unless you attend this seminar. Our distinguished faculty designed this program to educate practitioners on the journey of representing an individual accused of a crime in the district courts of Massachusetts. Topics include: 

  • Arraignments and bail hearings;
  • Revocation of bail requests and probation surrender hearings;
  • Alternatives to bail-bracelets, pre-trial probation, civil commitments under Sec. 35;
  • Discovery;
  • Pre-trial conference reports;
  • Bill of particulars;
  • Motions to suppress;
  • Motions to dismiss;
  • Pleas;
  • Trial issues (including voir dire and motions in limine); and
  • Sentencing.
Faculty:

Hon. Barbara S. Pearson, program chair
Lowell District Court, Lowell

Hon. James D. Barretto
Brookline District Court, Brookline

Alice E. Casey, Esq.
Middlesex County District Attorneys Office, Woburn

Colleen B. Cashman, Esq.
Assistant District Attorney, Essex County

Carol-Ann Fraser, Esq.
Fraser Law Office, Andover

Robert W. Normandin, Esq.
Law Offices of Robert W. Normandin, Lowell

Sponsoring Sections:

Criminal Justice Section

Young Lawyers Division

Seminar
Date:Wednesday, January 09, 2013
Time:1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Location:Massachusetts School of Law
Meeting Room
500 Federal Street
Andover, MA, 01810
CODE: CJC13
Registration
MBA Paralegals$40.00
MBA Law Student$40.00
MBA New Admittee$40.00
MBA Member$80.00
Non-member$160.00

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