Not able to attend the January 22nd live Brady presentation?
The Florida Bar has mandated new minimum standards prescribed for attorneys handling felony cases under Rule 3.133. This seminar will satisfy the new Minimum Standards for Attorneys in Felony Cases under Rule 3.113 which is effective in May 16, 2016, and provides as follows:
“Before an attorney may participate as counsel of record in the circuit court for any adult felony case, including postconviction proceedings before the trial court, the attorney must complete a course, approved by The Florida Bar for continuing legal education credits, of at least 100 minutes and covering the legal and ethical obligations of discovery in a criminal case, including the requirements of rule 3.220, and the principles established in Brady v. Maryland, 373 U.S. 83 (1963) and Giglio v. United States, 405 U.S. 150 (1972).”
Speakers Denis deVlaming and The Honorable Angela Corey (prosecution and defense) will present an intensive point/counterpoint presentation which will satisfy the new Fla.R.Crim.Proc., Rule 3.113, minimum standards in felony cases requirements pertaining to Fla.R.Crim.Proc. 3.220 Discovery and Brady-Giglio obligations.
- Obligations of discovery in a criminal case;
- Brady/Giglio obligations and law;
- Question and answer segment
- JBA Member: $105
- Non-Member: $135