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.


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

Hon. Mark A. Sullivan
Northeast Housing Court, Lawrence, Lawrence

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

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

Robert W. Normandin, Esq.

Jesse O'Neil, Esq.
Essex County District Attorney, Salem

Sponsoring Sections:

Criminal Justice Section

Date:Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Time:1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Location:Massachusetts School of Law
500 Federal Street
Andover, MA, 01810
MBA Paralegals$40.00
MBA Law Student$40.00
MBA New Admittee$40.00
MBA Member$80.00

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