Picking a Jury, Telling the Story Along the Way; and Getting to “Not Guilty” in a DUI Case – California MCLE Self-Study Video /…

 Note: You must log in to view this streaming self-study video program. Picking a Jury, Telling the Story Along the Way; and Getting to “Not Guilty” in a DUI Case —-> Felipe Plascencia, Attorney at Law, Whittier, California Originally presented on June 4, 2011 at the Annual CPDA Two-Day DUI Defense Institute in Monterey, California Also, if you’d prefer, here’s the link to download the  mp3 AUDIO version of the program instead . This activity is deemed approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education by the State Bar of California in the amount of 1.25 hours. CPDA is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider. CPDA is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider. This activity is also approved for California Legal Specialization Credit as follows: 1.25 hrs in Trial Advocacy, 0.0 hours in Substantive Criminal Law & Procedure. CPDA is an Approved Provider of Criminal Law under section 7.0 of the Rules Governing the State Bar of California Program for Certifying Legal Specialists and the Standards. Note: You are required to maintain your own self-study activities log – CPDA only issues “Certificates of Attendance” for on-site live (participatory) accredited programs. If you need a sample self-study log, you may find it at the link below on the State Bar’s web site. Self-Study Log Sample at State Bar Web site: http://defender411.us/kmxXCR State Bar of California MCLE Rule 2.3 AMOUNT OF SELF-STUDY Up to but not more than 12.5 hours credit may be claimed for self-study activities during any compliance period. In the case of a proportional requirement pursuant to section 2.2, up to but not more than one-half of the required hours may be claimed for self-study activities during any compliance period. ————————————————- ©2011 California Public Defenders Association

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