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New York State Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers - NYSACDL

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6 Skills Credits – Onondaga Community College - Faculty & Topics Include: Cell Phone Forensics (Live Demo!) - Jerry Grant; DNA Defense Primer: Getting Past the Science & Developing the Building Blocks to a Solid Defense - Andre Vitale, Esq.; Cross-Examination of a Police Officer on Supporting Deposition in a DWI Case - John Ingrassia, Esq.; Defending a Drug Case - Herb Greenman, Esq.


Thomson Reuters, New York - NACDL and NYSACDL are proud to join together to produce this 1-day Conference on Criminal Conspiracy. The program will introduce the major evidentiary, elemental, and constitutional challenges that criminal defense attorneys face when their clients are charged with conspiracy and provide you with arguments and sources to use in tackling these difficult cases.



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NYSACDL has an extensive video library of CLE seminars available on our web site available for purchase and viewing 24-hours a day!


NYSACDL is developing its Spring 2015 CLE schedule. Please watch for more information.

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    • Decisions as Property by Michael Shapiro
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