This program will review the fundamentals of direct examinations in criminal cases as well as legal, practical, and ethical considerations surrounding whether a defendant should testify and how to prepare them for testimony.
Presented by Adam M. Felsenstein, this program will benefit prosecutors and criminal defense attorneys alike.
Adam M. Felsenstein is a partner in the law firm of Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirchtritt, LLP. Having tried numerous civil and criminal cases to verdict in state and federal courts, Adam is an experienced trial lawyer who uses his extensive trial experience to bear in resolving disputes for his clients and has developed a reputation as a fierce but judicious trial attorney. He focuses on crisis management, guiding clients through the complex civil disputes, government and regulatory investigations, and criminal investigations and indictments.
Adam is graduate of Washington University in St. Louis and the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
Southern District of New York
Eastern District of New York
Northern District of New York
Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces