In Virginia, most criminal cases are initiated in the General District Court. This is an introductory course for criminal practitioners in Virginia, beginning with the initiation of the case, getting your client out on bond, obtaining discovery from the Commonwealth, plea negotiations, trials and preliminary hearings. This course focuses on criminal procedure in General District Court as well as winning strategies for protecting your clients.
Enjoyed presentation, accurate and useable information
Very good instructor. Good nuts and bolts of criminal practice in general district courts.
The presenter gave practical tips.
Rebecca was a great presenter
Great course. Great presenter!
The presenter was very informative and I enjoyed all the practical advice.
Presenter was "fun". She made it easy to listen to.
Very good speaker
Excellent. The best CLE I have seen in years. She knows her stuff, and the visuals of the Warrant and Summons were extremely useful in the way she presented those sections.
Very useful nuts-and-bolts.
These nuts and bolts courses are my personal favorites. They really help fill in the gaps between law school (and other CLEs and professional reading) and the courtroom.
Very knowledgeable speaker.
Excellent course and an Outstanding presenter.
Loved the speaker. Kept my attention, and highly informative with loads of practical advice.
Wade knows her stuff. It was a pleasure to take this course
Effective presentation by a knowledgeable and experienced attorney
Great presentation! Well worth the time.
Informative and entertaining!