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.
Mandatory Criminal Jury Instructions Handbook 2020 is an indispensable trial preparation aid. It is published in conjunction with the California Center for Judicial Education and Research.
While driving under the influence of marijuana (or any other drug) is prohibited, the test for whether charges are merited is rather subjective. Join us as we explore the current framework for marijuana DUIs and consider what may lie ahead.
3 hours MCLE Credit
1.5 hours MCLE Credit Specialization: Criminal Law
Join marijuana law specialist Omar Figueroa to learn about the relief available, the procedures so far established to obtain relief, and for a look at the legal developments so far in Prop 64 implementation.
1 hour MCLE Credit. Specialization: Criminal Law
1.5 hours MCLE Credit. Specialization: Criminal Law
Since the passage of Prop 47 in 2014, which allows certain low-level nonviolent felonies to be reduced to misdemeanors on criminal records, the courts have expanded its scope and appeals continue to challenge its application. This seminar will update you on the crimes that have and haven’t been reclassified when challenged on appeal and the status of questions still unanswered by the courts on the application of Prop 47. Update your knowledge before the window for new reclassification requests closes.
This book offers comprehensive discussion of several types of scientific evidence you’re likely to encounter in the courtroom. From discovery to trial, use this practical, accessible guide to learn which kind of expert you will be working with, what to ask about the evidence, and how to get what you need from testimony as well as which terms and concepts a jury can easily understand.
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