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SCR160420 - Postponed to 05/24/16 - Criminal Justice Section
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The Criminal Justice Section meeting with The Honorable Michael P. Lawler, Esq. Under Secretary, Office of Policy and Management speaking on Criminal Law Legislative Initiatives/Proposals has been postponed until May 24, 2016. Click here to register for the May 24th program.

When: Wednesday, April 20, 2016
6:00 p.m . - 8:30 p.m.
Where: United States
Contact: Member Service Center

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The Criminal Justice Section has been invited by the Federal Practice Section to participate in the following April 20th CLE Program.

Brady v. Maryland Is Over 50 Years Old:  Is It Ailing?  What’s The Cure?

About the Program:
The panel will discuss:

  -The Government’s disclosure obligations;
  -United States v. Stevens and its aftermath;
  - Does Brady adequately protect the accused? Defense and Government perspectives;
  - After 52 years, should Brady be revitalized or replaced?

You Will Learn:  How the federal criminal discovery process operates, including some of its perceived flaws and suggestions for improvement.

Robert M. Cary:  Partner, Williams & Connolly LLP
Nuala E. Droney:  Partner, Robinson + Cole LLP
Christopher W. Schmeisser:  Senior Litigation Counsel, U.S. Attorney’s Office, District of Connecticut
Leonard C. Boyle:  Deputy Chief State’s Attorney for Operations, State of Connecticut

The Hon. Jeffrey Alker Meyer: United States District Judge, District of Connecticut

Cost: $30.00 (includes reception and 2 hrs CLE credit)

Click here to register for Brady v. Maryland Is Over 50 Years Old:  Is It Ailing?  What’s The Cure?