This course, presented by criminal law attorney James Abrenio, walks criminal attorneys through some of the key aspects of defending domestic violence cases from the client intake call through jury sentencing. It will address key procedural, substantive, strategic, and ethical considerations.
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James Abrenio has been trying cases in Northern Virginia Courts for nearly a decade. His practice focuses primarily on criminal defense and personal injury law. He also aids Ben Glass in medical malpractice claims. James is actively involved in the Northern Virginia legal community, spends much of his free time assisting with pro bono and community service matters, and is well respected among his peers.
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Presenter was well-versed in relevant law and provided good advice. Wish the attorneys I practice against were as diligent and ethical.
Outstanding instructor, very fair and thorough explanation of domestic violence criminal defense.
This guy was great -
Good tips for Virginia criminal practice
loved his practical approach
This was probably the most helpful CLE I have taken so far.
Would like more from this instructor. Content was presented in a logical, ordered manner and materials were helpful and concise.
Raised good points
I do not practice in this area but recently had a friend involved in a domestic violence case so this was a fascinating class. I would love for this presenter to either do a longer version of this course, or another course to cover additional related material.
On e of the better webinars that I have seen recently. Great speaker
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