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Avoiding the "Inevitable": The Growing Consensus That Recidivism Can Best Be Averted Through Early Attention to Eventual Re-entry and by Effective Alternatives to Incarceration

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Recorded on: Dec. 7, 2016

Taken from the briefing Avoiding the "Inevitable": The Growing Consensus that Recidivism Can Best Be Averted through Early Attention to Eventual Re-entry and by Effective Alternatives to Incarceration recorded December, 2016 in New York. There is a growing consensus throughout many parts of the country that society should re-examine and replace many traditional modes of dealing with convicted adults and juveniles found to have violated the law. ...

Avoiding the "Inevitable": The Growing Consensus that Recidivism Can Best Be Averted through Early Attention to Eventual Re-entry and by Effective Alternatives to Incarceration

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Recorded on: Dec. 8, 2016

AMY TAUB: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Ron Tapak. RONALD J. TAPAK: Thank you very much, Amy. And thank you for everybody who is calling in. We'll start with just an outline of what I will try to cover during the next hour. First, I'm going to give a general overview of the subject. And then we'll cover various aspects of discharge planning, leading toward reentry and hopefully for programs for reentry. Then we will talk about ...

Domestic Violence: Litigating Protection Order Cases 2017 -- Domestic Violence: Preliminary Considerations and Context

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From the program: Domestic Violence: Litigating Protection Order Cases 2017

Recorded on: Feb. 6, 2017

Taken from the Web Program Domestic Violence: Litigating Protection Order Cases 2017 recorded February, 2017 in New York. Domestic Violence: Preliminary Considerations and Context [01:01:34] Understanding domestic violence Planning for client safety Deciding whether to seek a protection order Weighing the benefits of civil and criminal orders Determining jurisdiction Building a successful protection order case ...

Reentry in California – Overcoming Legal Barriers to Community Reintegration 2017

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From the program: Reentry in California – Overcoming Legal Barriers to Community Reintegration 2017 (Free)

Released on: Aug. 15, 2017

Please note that this program does not offer Bias or Diversity & Inclusion credit in any jurisdiction. In the past three decades, incarceration rates have exploded in the U.S., such that today we incarcerate over two million people, more than any other country in the world. The result is that many more people encounter the criminal justice system at some point in their lives. Indeed, an estimated 1 in 3 adults in California has an arrest or conviction ...

Best Practices in Planning and Hosting a One-Day Clean Slate Clinic

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Recorded on: Aug. 14, 2017

EVA J. DELAIR: Good afternoon, everyone. Thank you so much for coming back. I'm really excited to talk about this topic because I hope it's going to encourage and empower people to expand services and resources to perform more clean slate clinics in under-served areas of the state. There's a huge need, but also a lot of expertise in the room and across the state. And I hope that we can continue to strive to meet people's needs and build capacity ...

Overcoming Barriers to Employment and Occupational Licensing for People with Criminal Records

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Recorded on: Aug. 14, 2017

JUDE POND: Hi, everyone. Thanks for sticking with us throughout the day. We have this last panel right before lunch, so we're going to try to get a little energy going before we break for food. And this panel actually will discuss barriers to employment and occupational licensing for people who have criminal convictions. So one of the more challenging problems that people face when they come out of any type of custody is then getting a job. And we ...

Walking the Talk in Allyship – How to Effectively Support Criminal Justice Impacted Communities

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Recorded on: Aug. 14, 2017

BRANDON GREENE: Good morning, everybody. My name is Brandon Greene. I'm a staff attorney at the East Bay Community Law Center, where I co-direct a traffic clinic, which we've expanded to work on issues related to the criminalization of poverty. So that can include license suspensions, traffic tickets, parking tickets, court-ordered debt, wage garnishments, et cetera. All things which come together to siphon the most marginalized communities of much ...

White Collar Crime 2017: Prosecutors and Regulators Speak

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From the program: White Collar Crime 2017: Prosecutors and Regulators Speak

Released on: Oct. 7, 2017

In recent years, the Department of Justice, the SEC, the CFTC, and other U.S. and foreign agencies have pressed forward with a white collar enforcement program of unprecedented scope and severity. The recent changes in the U.S. administration have created additional uncertainty about what to expect in this arena.  With a spotlight on the financial services sector, the authorities have advanced novel theories and have exacting draconian penalties. ...

Proposition 64 Resentencing and Reclassification - Changing a Criminal Record Under California's Marijuana Legalization Measure

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From the program: Proposition 64 Resentencing and Reclassification - Changing a Criminal Record Under California's Marijuana Legalization Measure

Released on: Nov. 22, 2017

On November 8, 2016, California voters passed the Adult Use of Marijuana Act, or Proposition 64 (“Prop. 64”), into law.  Prop. 64 immediately legalized the possession, transport, purchase, consumption and sharing of up to one ounce of marijuana and up to eight grams of marijuana concentrates for adults aged 21 and older. Licensing and regulation of the nonmedical use of marijuana will not begin until January 2018. Prop. 64 also reduced ...

Wrongful Conviction 2017: Litigating Exoneration Cases

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From the program: Wrongful Conviction 2017: Litigating Exoneration Cases

Released on: Dec. 15, 2017

The conviction of innocent individuals is among the issues getting increased attention as our nation looks more closely at our criminal justice system.  While there are a number of ways individuals can be wrongly convicted, successfully reversing a conviction is incredibly difficult. This is an area where competent legal representation can make a big difference and where there are myriad opportunities for lawyers interested in providing pro bono ...

Wrongful Conviction 2017: Litigating Exoneration Cases

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Recorded on: Dec. 15, 2017

[LAUGHTER] JARRETT ADAMS Thank you, Vanessa. JANE PUCHER: Great. Well, thank you so much, Vanessa. I'm just going to get the rest of this slide up. So, as Vanessa said, my name is Jane Pucher. I'm going to give a little bit of an overview of some of the contributors to wrongful convictions that we've seen in the Innocence Project work over the last 25 years. As Vanessa mentioned, we litigate post-conviction DNA cases around the country. We fight ...

Ethics for Government Lawyers 2018

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From the program: Ethics for Government Lawyers 2018

Released on: Mar. 8, 2018

*Scholarships are available to attend this program. For more information and to apply, please  This interactive program will provide a unique opportunity to learn about the application of professional conduct rules to lawyers who work for the government by employing hypothetical examples.   Lecture Topics [Total RunTime: 02:07:38] Segments with an asterisk (*) are available only with the purchase of the entire program. Opening ...

Working with Survivors of Domestic Violence 2018

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Recorded on: Mar. 16, 2018

Why You Should Participate Participants will learn how to interview and counsel domestic violence survivors in meetings with their clients. A companion course will teach participants how to develop and execute a strategy for handling domestic violence cases in court. This massive open online course (MOOC) is free to anyone who wants to learn more about how to meet the unique challenges posed by pro bono clients. The course will be held online from ...

Monetary Sanctions in Juvenile Court – Recent Developments

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Recorded on: Mar. 28, 2018

Taken from the One-Hour Briefing Recorded March 2018 in New York Monetary Sanctions in Juvenile Court – Recent Developments [01:04:33] While regressive and discriminatory criminal justice fees have been described and critiqued in the adult system, the issue has received relatively little attention in the juvenile system. Nevertheless, the imposition of monetary sanctions is a regular feature of juvenile courts across the country. Such fees ...

Monetary Sanctions in Juvenile Court – Recent Developments

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Recorded on: Apr. 3, 2018

AMY: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Ahmed Lavalais. AHMED LAVALAIS: Thank you, Amy. And thank you, everyone, for attending today's briefing. So before we begin a brief note on terminology. By "monetary sanctions," we generally mean fines, fees, and restitution. These terms have broadly understood meanings, which we will discuss in more detail shortly. But I should note that there is variation in how the terms are deployed, depending ...

Representing Domestic Violence Survivors in Court 2018

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Recorded on: Apr. 13, 2018

Why You Should Participate Participants will learn how to develop and execute a strategy for handling domestic violence cases in court, including preparing clients for court, negotiating on behalf of clients, representing clients in court, and helping clients understand what court decisions mean and how to move forward. This massive open online course (MOOC) is free to anyone who wants to learn more about how to meet the unique challenges posed ...

Cross-Racial Eyewitness Identification Jury Instructions: New York v. Otis Boone

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Recorded on: Apr. 16, 2018

Please note that this program may not offer Bias or Diversity & Inclusion credit in every jurisdiction. Check the credit information box to the right for the credit breakdown in your jurisdiction. Taken from the Audio-only Briefing Recorded April 2018 in New York Cross-Racial Eyewitness Identification Jury Instructions: New York v. Otis Boone [01:01:40] Eyewitness misidentification is the leading cause of wrongful convictions in our criminal ...

Cross-Racial Eyewitness Identification Jury Instructions: New York v. Otis Boone

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Recorded on: Apr. 23, 2018

SPEAKER: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Marne Lenox. MARNE LENOX: Thanks, Amy. Good afternoon, everyone. So I'm going to just jump right in and get started. New York versus Boone is a New York State Court of Appeals case. And in New York State, the Court of Appeals is the highest court in New York State. The basic issue in Boone is whether a person on trial in New York State Criminal Court is entitled to a cross-racial identification ...

When Lawyers Need a (Criminal) Lawyer

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Recorded on: Apr. 26, 2018

Taken from the Audio-only Briefing Recorded April 26, 2018 in New York When Lawyers Need a (Criminal) Lawyer [01:03:20] Few headlines capture the attention of lawyers more than when a member of the legal profession is charged with criminal wrongdoing.  Understandably, lawyers — along with law enforcement officers, judges, and court personnel — serve a crucial role as trusted members of the legal ecosystem.  But lawyers are also ...

Supreme Court -- October Term 2017: Major Cases for a Court at Full Strength

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Recorded on: May. 1, 2018

Taken from the Audio-only Briefing Recorded May 1, 2018 in New York Supreme Court -- October Term 2017: Major Cases for a Court at Full Strength [01:02:10] With the Supreme Court returned to full strength with nine justices, what are the major cases this term?  Dean Erwin Chemerinsky will provide a review of the major cases concerning criminal procedure, First Amendment, voting, gerrymandering, the Appointments Clause and civil rights statutes. Cases ...

When Lawyers Need a (Criminal) Lawyer

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Recorded on: May. 3, 2018

SPEAKER 1: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Joe DeMarco. JOSEPH V. DEMARCO: Thank you very much, and good afternoon, everyone. Few headlines have captured the attention of us as lawyers more than when a member of our own profession is charged with criminal wrongdoing. And perhaps that's not surprising. We as lawyers, as well as law enforcement officials, judges, and court personnel serve as crucial role and gatekeeper holders in ...

Supreme Court -- October Term 2017: Major Cases for a Court at Full Strength

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Recorded on: May. 8, 2018

AMY TAUB: It's now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Erwin Chemerinsky. ERWIN CHEMERINSKY: Thank you so much. It's always a great pleasure to do this. It's an amazing term in the United States Supreme Court. I'd like to make some general observations about it, and then preview what I think is the most important case on the docket, and in a few instances can actually talk about decisions. The first comment that I'd make about the term is ...

Mental Health Issues & the New York State Courts 2018

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From the program: Mental Health Issues & the New York State Courts 2018: Why Trauma Matters to Judges and Lawyers

Released on: May. 23, 2018

Approximately 20 percent of Americans experience some type of mental illness in a given year, and the prevalence of mental disorders among individuals involved in the criminal justice system, and some areas of the civil legal system, is even higher. At this year’s Mental Health Issues & the New York State Courts 2018 a multi-disciplinary faculty will discuss the impact of trauma on mental health issues in the civil and criminal ...

Vicarious Trauma & Self-Care

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Recorded on: May. 21, 2018

CAROL FISLER: All right. Thank you all for being back in your seats on time. And again, just as we had more people enroll in this PLI program than any other one that we've done on mental health issues in the New York state courts. I have never seen so many people in this room at 3:15 in the afternoon. We've never had so many people hang in there for the whole day, so thank you all. We are just thrilled about this. All I'm going to do here is introduce ...

A Trauma-Informed Justice System

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Recorded on: May. 21, 2018

CAROL FISLER: Welcome back to those of you who were with us in the morning. And if some of you are just joining us now, you missed a great morning. But you'll have a treat in store for the afternoon. So our session now, we're going to be looking at, can we have a trauma-informed justice system? What are the components of this? What does it mean to be a trauma-informed lawyer? What might a 2 courtroom look like? And then what are some of the challenges ...


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