Family Law Section Meeting: Divorce by 911 (SFL191015)

October 15, 2019

6:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Quinnipiack Club

221 Church St, New Haven, Connecticut, United States

50 people have already registered for this event.

  • Angelique Torres
  • David McGrath
  • William Murray
  • mary surette
  • Jacquelyn Conlon
  • Kayleigh Bowman
  • Mark Randall
  • Meredith McBride
  • Ross Kaufman
  • Aidan Welsh
  • Molly Sanford
  • Kevin Daken
  • Kathryn Bissonnette
  • Kenneth Caisse
  • Timothy McGuire
  • Norman Roberts
  • Kelly Scott
  • Tamara Laracuente-Rissolo
  • Terry Donovan
  • Linda Mariani
  • Kate Haakonsen
  • Robert Vossler
  • Natassia Fodor
  • Aida Arús
  • Nicole Bikakis
  • Alan Rubenstein
  • Joseph O'Connor
  • Jessica Wilson
  • Verna Lilburn
  • Lynda Munro
  • Amy MacNamara
  • Elizabeth Lachterman
  • Susan Moch
  • Carolyn Kaas
  • Livia Barndollar
  • Henry Hurvitz
  • Nicole Riel
  • Jonathan Lane
  • Olivia Eucalitto
  • Marissa Hernandez
  • Laura Mitler
  • Lucas Hernandez
  • Steven Dembo
  • Ira Jacobs
  • Thea Martin
  • Uswah Khan
  • Sheryl Shaughnessey
  • Constance Frontis
  • Frank Corazzelli
  • Kevin Brophy

Divorce by 911:
The Intersection of Family Law and Criminal Law


Mark Sherman, The Law Offices of Mark Sherman, LLC, Stamford

Program Description

Attorney Sherman will present an informative, engaging seminar which highlights the various scenarios in which a family law matter can cross over into the criminal law world. In this seminar, attorneys will learn how to avoid “divorce by 911 call,” how to protect their clients’ interests when a criminal matter is pending, and how to appropriately seek police intervention and assistance when tensions run high. Attorney Sherman will also provide education on the legality of recording devices, the use of recordings in depositions and evidentiary proceedings, and wiretapping (i.e., recording phone calls).

CLE Credits:

CT: 1.25 CLE Credits  |  NY: 0.0 CLE Credits


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