Start Date: 6/23/2021 3:00 PM EDT
End Date: 6/23/2021 4:15 PM EDT
Venue Name: Via Zoom
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Consequences of a Conviction, Expungement
1.25 Total Hrs
Presenters: Angela Rea and Amy Hannah
Regrets, we’ve all had more than a few.
“What if I had done things differently”
“I did not realize that this would happen”
“You never told me that it would go this way”
Musings about how things could have gone, about paths not taken, and about information not revealed make for dramatic stories and for moving songs. But no lawyer ever wants to hear her client say anything like the phrases above. This session will explore the criminal defense attorney’s role in investigating and giving advice about collateral consequences of criminal convictions other than immigration impacts. We will discuss identifying a client’s risks and goals and how to protect against the risks and pursue the goals. This presentation cannot give you a specific answer for your individual client in her particular situation, but it will examine different areas of life that can become entangled with the criminal case and discuss the law to look to try to untie the knots. We will touch on things such as: housing benefits, student loan eligibility, occupational licensing, and property forfeiture.
Angela Rea, 2020 KACDL President, currently serves as a Litigation Director at the Louisville Metro Public Defender's Office. During her tenure at the Louisville Metro Public Defender's Office, she has practiced in the Adult and Capital Trial Divisions, as well as in the Appellate Division. In February 2016, Angela received the Law School Alumni Exemplary Public Service Award from Cornell Law School. Later that same year at the Annual Kentucky Public Defender Conference, she was named recipient of the 2016 Professionalism & Excellence Award, co-sponsored and presented by the Kentucky Bar Association.
Amy Hannah, 2017 KACDL President, is currently a Division Chief in the Adult Trial Division. She has been with the Louisville Metro Public Defender's Office since June 2004. She graduated from American University in Washington, DC in 1996 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. While at AU, she spent a semester living and studying in Merida, Venezuela. Ms. Hannah graduated from the University of St. Thomas School of Law in 2004. While at UST, Ms. Hannah worked in the Immigration Clinic representing clients seeking asylum. Ms. Hannah also worked as a law clerk at the Hennepin County Public Defender's Office where she worked on both juvenile and adult cases. Ms. Hannah was a Summer Intern in the Alexandria, Virginia Public Defender's Office. Ms. Hannah's experience with the Louisville Metro Public Defender's Office includes representing adult clients in both district and circuit court. Prior to becoming a Division Chief, Ms. Hannah was in the Capital Trial Division where she successfully represented clients facing the death penalty. In 2009, Ms. Hannah was awarded the Clarence Darrow Prodigy Award from the Kentucky Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. She is also the recipient of two Walker Awards for excellence in advocacy that resulted in jury trial acquittals for clients charged with felony offenses.
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1.25 TECH CLE Credits pending approval by KBA for 2020/2021 reporting year.