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Criminal Law Trial School

 
Date: Friday, May 13, 2016 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Venue: Courtroom / Minneapolis Federal Courthouse  Minneapolis, MN United States  Get Directions
Total Price: $70.00
 
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Deadline to Register: May 10, 2016

CRIMINAL LAW TRIAL SCHOOL 2016
Minnesota State Bar Association, Criminal Law Section

AT THE MINNEAPOLIS FEDERAL COURTHOUSE

Experience the MSBA Criminal Law Section's Annual Trial School in an exciting and entirely new format this year.  There will be an actual trial based on the Glensheen mansion murders.  Learn about voir dire, opening, closing and how to direct and cross examine witnesses by watching as it unfolds.  There will be opportunities for questions and input as the case progresses through the day.

A special thank you to Judge John Tunheim for hosting this event in his courtroom.

Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. and the event will begin at 9:00 a.m.  This event is being held on the 15th floor.

Location: 
Minneapolis Federal Courthouse
300 South 4th Street
Minneapolis, MN

Presiding Judge:
Hon. Paul R. Scoggin, MN Fourth Judicial District

Attorneys for the State:
Peter J. Orput, Washington County Attorney's Office
Fred A. Fink, Jr., Washington County Attorney's Office

Attorneys for the Defense:
Virginia A. Murphrey, Public Defender's Office - Tenth District
William J. Robyt, Public Defender's Office - Tenth District

Please join us for complimentary drinks and hors d'oeuvres at the conclusion of the seminar.

CLE Credits:

6.5 Standard CLE Credits approved | Event Code: 219205 

Cost:

Section Member:  $50.00
MSBA Member not in the Section:  $60.00
Non-MSBA Member:  $70.00
Law Student:  $30.00

Remote Participation: 

There is no remote participation available for this event. 

Want more information about the Criminal Law Section
To register with a check, please mail in this registration form.
Need to cancel? Please see our cancellation policy.
Questions? Contact Jennifer Carter | 612-278-6309
 
No sessions have been associated with this event.