KACDL Legislative Update and Criminal Law Litigation Program - Regional Video Seminar Series **Please note, start times differ per location** Hopkinsville|Covington|Louisville|Catlettsburg|Burlington|Paducah|Elizabethtown|Lexington
Date(s): June 22, 2018
Time: 9:00 AM EST - 8:30 PM EST
KACDL 2018 Regional Seminars… Advancing Your Criminal Law Capacity… Criminal Defense Veteran Educators providing timely information and real-world tools to represent your clients
4 hours CLE credit including 1 hour of ethics credit *Pending Approval
$55 Member/$110 Non Member
Available Locations and Times:
Deatherage, Myers & Lackey
701 S. Main Street
Host: Ashley Schlueter
Russell & Ireland Law Group, LLC
726 Greenup Street
Covington, KY 41011
Host: Kristin Russell
Patrick Renn’s Office
600 W Main St, Ste 100
Host: Larry Simon
DPA Boyd County Office
108 28th Street
Host: Gregory Griffith
Courthouse, Grand Jury Room
6025 Rogers Lane
Host: Donna Brown
400 Park Avenue
Host: Audrey Lee
Lonneman and McMahan, PLLC
202 N Mulberry
Host: Phyllis Lonneman
DPA Lexington Office
For a complete brochure with a mail in registration form, please click here.
The Ethics of Digital Marketing for Attorneys, 1 HR
Bradley Clark, Clark Law, PLLC and KACDL Director at Large, Lexington, KY
Get up to speed on digital marketing and how to get more clients—ethically. Mr. Clark will offer a survey of potential digital marketing options for defense attorneys (Facebook, Google, and Snapchat included) and cover the ethical pitfalls to avoid in our ever-more-complex digital world.
2018 Legislative Update, 1 HR
Rebecca DiLoreto, KACDL Legislative Agent & Board Member, Lexington, KY
Our KACDL Legislative Agent, Rebecca Ballard DiLoreto will educate us about the most important legislation passed by the 2018 Kentucky General Assembly. Practice tips will be explored. DiLoreto will also share information about bills that we can expect in 2019 that may have a significant impact on your practice.
What State Practitioners Need to Know about Federal Law, 1 HR
David Hoskins, Hoskins, Hill & Hill, PLLC and KACDL Dir. Ex Officio, Corbin, KY
Miranda in Kentucky: How the Commonwealth Has Interpreted the Right to Remain Silent, 1 HR
Brian Scott West, Department of Public Advocacy General Counsel, KACDL President Elect and Education Committee Chair, Frankfort, KY
B. Scott West covers the law of Miranda v. Arizona with an emphasis on Kentucky State Court decisions which interpret the law with respect to when is a person “in custody,” what constitutes an “interrogation,” and who is a “state actor.”
Presenters and/or host to be onsite. Hosts site may or may not have wifi capabilities, please contact us or the host site to determine.
All handout materials are provided via electronic download 24 hours in advance.
Paper copy may be available at select sites for an additional cost, NOT GUARANTEED
It is recommended that you download the materials before arriving at event.
Cancellation Policy: All cancellations must be received 48 hours in advance of event date to receive a credit or full refund. Cancellations received after this window will require payment. Substitutions are allowed.