Common Criminal Procedures: Improving Your Practice

This On Demand was recorded on 1 September 2016.If, how and when to go about core criminal procedures can be challenging – and these decisions can have serious implications for your client. _x000D_
This On Demand covers the ins and outs of four key procedures for those practising Criminal law: bail applications, discharges without conviction, sentencing indications and pleas/written submissions in mitigation – attend for assistance in achieving the best outcomes for your clients._x000D_
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Learning outcomes_x000D_
Become updated on procedure for bail applications, including when to make an application and what to put before the court. Receive guidance on seeking discharges without conviction, including key case law in respect of relevant factors such as a defendant?s age and career. Gain a better understanding of practice around sentencing indications, including whether a sentencing indication should even be sought.Gain insights into making more effective pleas/written submissions in mitigation, including key content to include and the structure most likely to assist the judge. _x000D_
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Criminal lawyers seeking an update/refresher on these key areas of practice.https://adls.org.nz/ModularPage?Action=View&ModularPage_id=161Click here for the Cancellation Policy

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CPD Hours: 2.00hr

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