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Federal Criminal Practice 101

1h 1m

Created on December 06, 2018




Federal criminal trials are high-stakes events, with defendants potentially facing significant penalties and incarceration, and the trials and background drawing media attention. For the new advocate, discerning the best strategy and preparation is a daunting task, particularly where the best method to navigate the federal criminal process and plan for the trial is best understood through practice and experience, rather than learned through study of the rules applicable to court procedures.

This program, presented by Alex Spiro and Kayla Feld of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart and Sullivan LLP, introduces new advocates to the stages of a federal criminal trial and provides advice on the strategy for jury selections and effective direct and cross examinations.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Examine the stages of a federal criminal trial
  2. Gain practical advice on jury selection and the strategy behind selections
  3. Study the rules and practice behind preparing and conducting direct and cross examinations

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