KACDL Education Presents – NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN THE RIGHTS OF THE ACCUSED AND THE INNOCENT PRESENTED BY GREGORY BELZLEY- Tuesday, July 26th via Live Webinar.
In this webinar we will cover:
Recent court opinions impacting the rights of criminal defendants during and after their criminal prosecution and incarceration:
1. The right of counties to seize and keep monies in the possession of pretrial detainees to offset costs of confinement.
2. The impropriety of the prosecution's insistence on a stipulation of probable cause as a condition to the voluntary dismissal of charges.
3. The prosecutorial practice of withholding Brady material as a bargaining chip during negotiation of a plea.
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Racial Disparities in Kentucky's Criminal Justice System and the Pursuit of Solutions
On January 19th, KACDL and the NAACP of Kentucky collaborated with leaders in the Kentucky General Assembly on a forum to share their thoughts about how the legislature can respond to current, critical, racial injustices that call for redress in the Commonwealth. We invite all stakeholders in the criminal justice system, including NAACP and KACDL membership, justice impacted persons, civil rights leaders, prosecutors, judges, legislators and coalitions dedicated to criminal justice reform (SOC, KFTC, League of Women Voters, ACLU, KCEP, KY Council of Churches, KY Catholic Conference) to view a recording of this event in which panelists looked at key points in the processing and prosecution of criminal cases where the impact of discretion intersects with racial bias to result in injustice. To view the recording, click here.
2022 KACDL President:
graduated Cum Laude from Northern Kentucky University Salmon P. Chase Law School in 2011. Since opening her solo practice in 2012 she has focused on representing clients in the areas of Domestic Relations and Criminal Defense. She currently serves as a Board Member for the Kentucky Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and is the Chair of the organization's DUI Committee. In 2017 Rachael received the Public Advocate Award from the Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy for her work as a Conflict Trial Attorney and in 2020 was selected as a "Rising Star" by Super Lawyers Magazine for her work as a family law practitioner. Rachael is a lifelong resident of Northern Kentucky and lives in the Wallace Woods neighborhood of Covington, Kentucky. She enjoys all things outdoors and when not at the office, can most often be found running or hiking nature trails with her dog, Jon, while listening to true crime podcasts.
You may reach Rachael at firstname.lastname@example.org.