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 Basic Information
  257411
  Introduction to Handling Criminal Cases - A Simplified Overview from Arrest to Appeal
  9/21/2020  To: 9/22/2020  Eligible for In classroom credits :   YES
  Knoxville, TN
  A beginner level trial practice seminar

FEES: SIGNIFICANT DISCOUNTS FOR EARLY REGISTRATION (NO WAIVERS OR EXCEPTIONS TO PAYMENT DISCOUNT DEADLINES - IF MAILED THEN PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED ON OR BEFORE DISCOUNT DEADLINE - SENDER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY POSTAL DELAYS):

$259.00 FOR EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION (MUST BE RECEIVED ON OR BEFORE AUGUST 7, 2020 FOR THIS DISCOUNT TO APPLY-NO EXCEPTIONS)
$399.00 (RECEIVED AFTER AUGUST 7, 2020, BUT ON OR BEFORE SEPTEMBER 14, 2020)
$495.00 (RECEIVED AFTER SEPTEMBER 14, 2020 OR AT DOOR-WALK-INS PERMITTED ON SPACE AVAILABLE BASIS ONLY)

SEATING IS LIMITED AND REGISTRATION MAY BE TERMINATED ONCE SEATING CAPACITY IS REACHED - THEREFORE EARLY REGISTRATION IS ENCOURAGED GIVEN FULL REFUND POLICY FOR CANCELLATIONS RECEIVED ON OR BEFORE SEPTEMBER 14, 2020 (7 DAYS PRIOR TO PROGRAM START)

CANCELLATION POLICY:
FULL REFUND GIVEN IF CANCELLATION RECEIVED ON OR BEFORE SEPTEMBER 14, 2020.
CANCELLATION AFTER SEPTEMBER 14, 2020, BUT ON OR BEFORE SEPTEMBER 18, 2020 WILL BE FULL REFUND LESS $100 ADMINISTRATIVE FEE.
NO REFUNDS AFTER SEPTEMBER 18, 2020.

PAY ONLINE AT: www.trial-support.com
(payments securely processed through PayPal)

OR MAIL A CHECK PAYABLE TO (Must be received prior to above dates for discount rates to be applicable):

TRIAL-SUPPORT
P.O. BOX 506
KNOXVILLE, TN 37901-0506

SPEAKERS:

Thomas G. Slaughter, is an Attorney, licensed to practice law in 1988. He has a J.D. degree from the University of Tennessee College of Law. He has handled a variety of both civil and criminal cases ranging from personal injury cases to death penalty cases. He meets the requirements to serve as both Lead Counsel and Co-Counsel in death penalty cases. Mr. Slaughter is currently employed as an Assistant Public Defender for the 7th Judicial District of Tennessee.

Liddell Kirk, a Knoxville, Tennessee Attorney, who was licensed to practice law in 1996. He has a J.D. degree from the University of Tennessee College of Law. He has handled a variety of criminal cases including first degree murder and other homicide cases. His practice is concentrated in the area of criminal appeals and has handled over 100 criminal appellate cases.

Martha L. Weems, a Knoxville, Tennessee Attorney, who was licensed to practice law in 1982. She has a B.S. in Education and an M.A. in History in addition to her law degree. She has previously taught high school and has taught business law at the college level. She has been in private practice since 1982 and during that time has handled a variety of both civil and criminal cases.

William C. Talman, a Knoxville, Tennessee Attorney, who was licensed to practice law in 1986, has handled numerous jury trials, including several first degree murder and other serious felony jury trials. He has been Lead Counsel in several capital murder cases, and is admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States. He is the author of Tennessee Criminal Trial Motions Practice, (ISBN 0-9651848-5-4).

Barry L. Rice, a graduate of the University of Tennessee, is a Tennessee licensed private investigator and has been a criminal defense investigator for over 25 years. Over his career, he has been the lead investigator in over 1,000 state and federal criminal cases, including several death penalty cases. He is a member of the International Association of Arson Investigators.

Michael A. Graves, is a Knoxville, Tennessee Criminal Defense lawyer. A graduate of the Appalachian School of Law. Mr. Graves is licensed in both Tennessee and Alabama. Prior to becoming an Attorney, Mr. Graves was a captain with the Sweetwater, Tennessee Police Department and was the Department’s training officer. In addition, Mr. Graves was a Police Academy Instructor at the Cleveland State Community College for eight years teaching search and seizure, latent fingerprints and other law enforcement topics.

Danny Garland, is a Knoxville, Tennessee Attorney, has experience in trials and in the medical aspects of litigation.

All Speakers Subject to Change or substitution as circumstances may dictate. Additional speakers may also be added.






  U.T. CONFERENCE CENTER
600 HENLEY STREET, ROOM 413
KNOXVILLE, TN 37902



 

Trial-Support
(865) 633-9060
cle@trial-support.com
http://www.trial-support.com

 
Tennessee Accreditation Information
 
Course Sessions
DayTimeTitleHoursType
1 8:15 AM-8:30 AM Check In 0.25 BRK
1 8:30 AM-10:30 AM General Sessions Court Level 2.00 GEN
1 10:30 AM-10:45 AM Morning Break 0.25 BRK
1 10:45 AM-12:00 PM Ethics-Resolving the Case at the Sessions Court Level 1.25 DUAL
1 12:00 PM-1:30 PM Lunch (on your own) 1.50 BRK
1 1:30 PM-2:30 PM Criminal Court Level Proceedings 1.00 GEN
1 2:30 PM-3:30 PM Motions Practice 1.00 GEN
1 3:30 PM-3:45 PM Afternoon Break 0.25 BRK
1 3:45 PM-5:00 PM Advantages to Using a Private Investigator 1.25 GEN
1 5:00 PM-6:00 PM Ethics - Utilizing Expert Witnesses 1.00 DUAL
2 8:15 AM-8:30 AM Check in 0.25 BRK
2 8:30 AM-9:30 AM Ethics - Mental Defenses & Psychiatric Issues 1.00 DUAL
2 9:30 AM-10:30 AM Ethics - Voir Dire & Jury Selections 1.00 DUAL
2 10:30 AM-10:45 AM Morning Break 0.25 BRK
2 10:45 AM-12:00 PM Using Technology and Social Media in Jury Trials 1.25 DUAL
2 12:00 PM-1:30 PM Lunch (on your own) 1.50 BRK
2 1:30 PM-2:45 PM Jury Trial Proceedings & Sentencing 1.25 GEN
2 2:45 PM-3:30 PM Ethics - Preserving the Record on Appeal 0.75 DUAL
2 3:30 PM-3:45 PM Afternoon Break 0.25 BRK
2 3:45 PM-5:00 PM Finding Case Law & Filing Brief on Appeal 1.25 GEN
2 5:00 PM-6:00 PM Appeals to Supreme Court 1.00 GEN
Total Hours
Dual Hours Ethics/Prof Hours General Hours Maximum Hours
6.25 0.00 8.75 15.00
 
Law Codes
CategoryDescription
F11 Ethics
F18 Law Practice Management
F183 Death Penalty
F184 Drugs
F185 DUI(DWI)
F187 Sentencing
F20 Personal
F201 Conflicts of Interest
F202 Fees
F205 Professionalism
F22 Skills
F23 Trials
F249 Technology
F251 Procedures
F253 Commitment
F254 Competency
F263 Client Relations
F268 Writing
F269 Advocacy, Argument and Persuasion
F270 Appellate
F271 Discovery
F272 Evidence
F273 Experts
F275 Juries
F6 Criminal Law
 
Detail Information
 
Admission and Registration
  $259.00   (Members),  $495.00  (Non-Members)
  WILLIAM C TALMAN,   (865) 633-9060(Phone),    www.trial-support.com
  Beginner
  None
 
Accreditation Requirements
  100% Lawyers,   0% Clients,   0% Other:
  No
  Outsiders are 0% of Faculty
  Clients are 0% of Audience
 
Classroom Information
  No
  Faculty in Room with Participants
  Participant Critique
  50+ Pages,   Looseleaf,   At Program
 
Course Documents
CategoryDescription
Disclaimer:   TCCLES does not warrant this information. Contact the provider to confirm date, location and credit hours for any course. Credits listed as 'EP' count toward the three-hour Ethics/Professionalism requirement only. Credits listed as 'Dual' may be counted as EP or general CLE requirements as needed by each attorney. General credits only count toward the 12-hour general CLE requirement.
cleTN.com - 7/10/2020