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Ethics CLE: The Ethics of Self-Interest: How to Defend Yourself While Always Defending Your Client

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The Ethics of Self-Interest: How to Defend Yourself While Always Defending Your Client Presented by Lori Teicher, First Assistant Federal Public Defender & JoNell Thomas, Clark County Special Public Defender March 25 at noon via Zoom As criminal defense attorneys, we are expected to zealously defend our clients against all accusations of wrongdoing.  But what […]

CLE: The interplay between 28 U.S.C. Sections 2254(e)(1) and d(2)

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The interplay between 28 U.S.C. Sections 2254(e)(1) and d(2) Presented by Jonathan Kirshbaum, Chief of the Non-capital Habeas Unit at the FPD Nevada, & Randy Fiedler, AFPD in the Capital Habeas Unit March 17 at noon via Zoom 2254(d) & (e) present deference to state court factual determinations, but courts have been inconsistent in how […]

What’s Race Gotta Do with It? Litigating Fourth Amendment Claims

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Often times the government resorts to the convenient but-your-client-said-yes excuse to save an otherwise illegal search. Given changes in technology, the media has unprecedented access to documented instances of sometimes aggressive police practices, and then the general public has unfettered exposure to these recordings. We must now question whether officer-initiated contacts are ever consensual in […]

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