You have no items in your shopping cart.
Search
Filters

We offer a wide array of resources for criminal law attorneys, from authoritative law books to powerful online resources and timely CLE programs. These include our flagship publication, California Criminal Law Procedure and Practice, widely known as the “crim law bible,” and titles published jointly with the California Center for Judicial Education and Research (CJER), including Felony Sentencing Handbook, Mandatory Criminal Jury Instructions Handbook, and others. These practice books and many others are available in our OnLAW Criminal Law Library.

View as
Sort by

The Basics 2017: Criminal Discovery

Uncovering and understanding the evidence is critical to evaluating and defending your client’s case. Formal and informal discovery methods will be covered along with tips on using expert witnesses, practical advice on obtaining evidence, and what to do when you suspect evidence is being withheld.

 

1.5 hours MCLE Credit.

Specialization: Evidence.

The Basics 2017: Infractions and Misdemeanors

This session covers the most common infractions and misdemeanors, including the ins and outs of traffic court. Not only can newer criminal attorneys can gain experience through taking these types of cases, but these types of charges are a large part of criminal defense practice in general.

 

1.5 hours MCLE Credit

Specialization: Substantive Criminal Law and Procedure.

The Basics 2017: Pretrial Procedures

Learn about the steps you must take and motions you might make following the arrest of your client. This session covers what to consider and prepare for prior to or in anticipation of trial.

 

1.5 hours MCLE Credit.

Specialization: Substantive Criminal Law and Procedure.

The Basics 2017: Sentencing and Post-Trial

Post-trial proceedings can be just as important as everything that came before. In this session, you will learn the basics of sentencing, when and what you should appeal, and how to advise your client on what their sentence fully entails.

 

1.5 hours MCLE Credit.

Specialization: Substantive Criminal Law and Procedure.

The Basics 2017: Trial

Prepare to handle your first criminal trial from jury voir dire to verdict. In this session, you will not only obtain the basic procedural know-how, but learn how to present a compelling case and ensure you are creating a good record that preserves appealable issues.

 

1.5 hours MCLE Credit.

Specialization: Trial Advocacy.

Anticipating Parole for Nonviolent Felons Under Prop. 57

Learn how the defense and prosecution of felonies will change as California implements Proposition 57’s new credit authorization and new parole consideration for nonviolent felons excluding the imposition of enhancements, consecutive sentence, and alternative sentences. 

 

1 hour MCLE Credit. Specialization: Criminal Law

 

 

View as
Sort by