Cornerstone: Criminal Law - Preparation Through to Trial
Cornerstone: Criminal Law - Preparation Through to Trial
This Cornerstone Seminar is part of a series of sessions which are ideal for new practitioners admitted up to five years, practitioners wishing to refresh some basic skills or those moving or returning to the area of law.


Chair: Anthony Kerin, Maurice Blackburn Lawyers

Bail - paper
Presenter: Matthew Milburn - Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement
A. What is a prescribed applicant
B. When will bail be granted, when will it definitely not (ie: offending while on bail, cutting off anklet etc)
C. Giving tough advice when necessary
D. When to review a bail decision

Charge negotiations - Powerpoint slides
Presenter: Kos Lesses - Office of the Director of Public Prosecution

Assessing evidence - Powerpoint slides
Presenter: Edward Jolly - Len King Chambers
A. What further material to request
B. When you are required to disclose your defence (alibi, experts)
C. Other circumstances where you may wish to disclose your defence to prevent delay

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