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50 Points of Law - Criminal Law: Major Developments & Traps for the Unwary

MCLE’s 50th Anniversary Series

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    On the occasion of MCLE’s golden anniversary, MCLE introduces its MCLE 50 Points of Law, a series of FREE one-hour programs that celebrate the practice of law and our profession. Presented by experts in their respective fields, each program in this series addresses a different practice area, covering major developments and traps for the unwary over the past 50 years. This is our anniversary gift to you!

    There are significant developments that occur in criminal law and procedure every year. These changes impact both prosecutors and defense counsel, and it is critical for practitioners to stay abreast of them. They involve traditional areas of criminal law, including eyewitness identification, auto stops, and the jury instructions governing joint venture. Additional new topics such as, cell tower location evidence, searches of cell phones, and operation of a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs, are addressed. Our expert faculty reviews these developments in a manner that benefits both seasoned lawyers and those who are new to the profession!

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    J. W. Carney, Jr., Esq., J. W. Carney, Jr. & Associates, Boston


    Jeremy C. Bucci, Esq., Northwestern District Attorney's Office, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Northampton
    Janet Hetherwick Pumphrey, Esq., Law Offices of Janet Hetherwick Pumphrey, Lenox