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Gun Relinquishment Prior to Sentencing

This program will cover compliance with the gun relinquishment provisions and the potential ramifications of this additional requirement.

 

1 Hour MCLE Credit
Specialization: Substantive Criminal Law and Procedure

 

 

Those convicted of serious crimes in California must now relinquish their firearms prior to sentencing. Since this provision became operative, additional mandatory filings must be made related to the gun relinquishment, possibly raising issues of self-incrimination for defendants. This program will cover compliance with the gun relinquishment provisions and the potential ramifications of this additional requirement.

Program Highlights:

  • Crimes triggering mandatory relinquishment
  • Prohibited Persons Relinquishment Form (PPRF)
  • Counseling defendants regarding potential gun relinquishment
  • Information revealed through compliance with the statute
  • Consequences of non-compliance
  • How this has been rolled out by the courts

This is an intermediate level program. Some criminal law experience is assumed.

On Demand CR54695-191

Live program recorded May 10, 2018.

 

Those convicted of serious crimes in California must now relinquish their firearms prior to sentencing. Since this provision became operative, additional mandatory filings must be made related to the gun relinquishment, possibly raising issues of self-incrimination for defendants. This program will cover compliance with the gun relinquishment provisions and the potential ramifications of this additional requirement.

Program Highlights:

  • Crimes triggering mandatory relinquishment
  • Prohibited Persons Relinquishment Form (PPRF)
  • Counseling defendants regarding potential gun relinquishment
  • Information revealed through compliance with the statute
  • Consequences of non-compliance
  • How this has been rolled out by the courts

This is an intermediate level program. Some criminal law experience is assumed.

GARRICK A. BYERS

GARRICK A. BYERS

GARRICK A. BYERS is a criminal defense attorney certified by the California Board of Legal Specialization as a criminal law specialist. He is the author of multiple chapters of CEB’s “California Criminal Law, Procedure and Practice” (2016), including chapter 41 titled “Trial Counsel’s Duties After Judgement; Cleansing and Sealing of Criminal Records”. Garrick is called the “Statute Decoder” because of his great facility at understanding and explaining California statutes. He speaks and writes statewide on a wide variety of criminal law subjects. He also writes an annual “New Laws” treatise, and coordinates the California Public Defenders Association’s (CPDA’s) statewide annual seminar, “New Statutes”. Before going into private practice, Garrick was a public defender for 33 years in Contra Costa and Fresno Counties. Currently he is on CPDA’s Legislative Committee, and he is a former CPDA President.

Products specifications
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
PRODUCT GROUP Digital
MCLE HOUR 0.5 - 2
By Month May 2018
PRACTICE AREA Criminal Law
SUBTOPICS Trial and Judgments
Products specifications
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
PRODUCT GROUP Digital
MCLE HOUR 0.5 - 2
By Month May 2018
PRACTICE AREA Criminal Law
SUBTOPICS Trial and Judgments