Day 2 - Homicide Trial Issues - Discovery and Evidentiary Issues: Caselaw Update, Discovery Obligations post- McFarlane and Graham, Digital Evidence – acquiring, analyzing and admitting it at trial

Event Start:
05/09/2024 4:00 PM
Event End:
05/09/2024 6:00 PM

Date & Time: Day 2 – Thursday, May 9, 2024 – 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm ET
Webinar Fee: $65 (Day 2 ONLY)

This program is online only.

This CLE has been approved for 2.0 credit hours per session by the CPCS Adult Criminal Trial and Appeals, and YAD and YAD Appeals. 

Join our expert panels of judges and attorneys who will share their knowledge of homicide trial complexities. Register for any or all of the four programs to learn about jury, gang, emerging adults, discovery and evidentiary issues. The Homicide Series will be moderated by Superior Court Justice Beverly J. Cannone.

Day 2 Panel

  • Hon. Marguerite T. Grant, Massachusetts Appeals Court
  • Hon. Jane E. Mulqueen, Superior Court,
  • ADA Cailin Campbell, Of Counsel to the Homicide Unit, Suffolk County DA’s Office
  • ADA Anne S. Yas, Norfolk County District Attorney’s office
  • Ira Gant, Forensic Services Director, CPCS Boston
  • Jason J. Benzaken, Esq., Benzaken & Wood LLP, Brockton 
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