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Criminal Law CLEs

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Category

A Beginner's Guide to Dealing with the DUI

1.0 Standard CLE credit

A step-by-step discussion from getting pulled over, the Standardized Field Sobriety Tests, the blood, breath, or urine tests through to the Implied Consent Hearings and Trials.


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  • CATEGORY
  • New Lawyer Essentials
  • Criminal Law
Collateral Consequences of Criminal Convictions and Expungements

2.0 Standard CLE credits

Persons convicted of a crime are generally exposed to a number of legal penalties and disabilities that remain with them long after they have fully served the sentence, even if the record is expunged. This CLE will cover the criminal records landscape including what records exist, where they are located, and how are they accessed.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Criminal Law
Defamation on Social Media - April Sellers v. Kevin Powell and Jinah Parker

1.0 Standard CLE credit


Hear from the legal team who successfully prosecuted a recent defamation case rooted in social media and mistaken identity. The panel will discuss the ins and outs of the case and the challenges of defamation law in the social media age.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Art and Entertainment
  • Technology
  • Criminal Law
DWI - What You Need to Know and How Document Assembly Can Help You

1.5 Standard CLE credit


This course is geared toward the non-criminal defense practitioner or new lawyer whom is considering entering the criminal defense arena, or wants to be competent enough to help family and friends. The course provides a general overview of the criminal case process and procedures, as well as some important, necessary details that will educate the non-criminal defense and/or new lawyer with satisfactory knowledge to speak intelligently and competently with a prospective client. 

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  • CATEGORY
  • Criminal Law
  • New Lawyer Essentials
How to Best Advise and Serve Your Military or Veteran Client

1.0 Standard CLE credit

The panel will address specialized legal issues in representing clients in family, criminal and domestic violence matters and provide a comprehensive perspective on screening to identify and assist in providing additional resources for military and veteran clients.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Criminal Law
  • Military and Veterans Law
  • Family Law
Immigration Consequences of Criminal Charges - What to Keep in Mind When Representing Non-Citizens

2.0 Standard CLE credits

The first part of this two-hour CLE will offer presentations by the panel of three experts, followed by a Q & A and sharing of tips.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Immigration Law
  • Criminal Law
Legal Dimensions of the Opioid Crisis: A Panel Discussion

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Panelists will discuss the significant impact the opioid epidemic has had on the legal landscape, including perspectives on criminal justice, medical professional licensure, product regulation, and litigation.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Litigation
  • Criminal Law
  • Wellness
Probation Revocations From Both Sides- Probation, Prosecution, and Defense Considerations

2.0 Standard CLE credits

In this session, attendees will learn what considerations the prosecutor and defense should bring to the proceeding. This session will place particular emphasis on the third Austin factor and introduce the latest research about what works in probation, including the risk-need-responsivity principle, which matches the level of supervision and conditions to the probationer’s risk to reoffend and criminogenic needs.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Criminal Law
Representing the Client in Trouble - When a Tax Audit Turns Criminal

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Most criminal investigations for tax related crimes (such as tax evasion, false statements, and procuring a false return) begin with the tax audit. Learn more about how criminal investigations begin and how to manage the investigation process.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Tax Law
  • Criminal Law