Event Calendar

Thursday, December 31, 2020

On Demand Video: 2017 Summer Video Series Full Package: Pretrial Release, Conflicts, Jury Instructions, Legislative Update Cost: $0 Members Only

Start Date: 1/9/2019 10:32 AM EST
End Date: 12/31/2020 10:33 AM EST

Organization Name: KACDL

Donna Brown
Email: director@kacdl.net
Phone: 502-594-1375

*******Attention! This is an On Demand video presentation************



NOTICE: Access to KACDL’s on-demand video seminar program ("the program") is granted to the purchaser/member only,  and such access is not transferable. The program is to be viewed by the purchaser/member only, and not shared with or conveyed to others. 

Please note: If you attended and participated in our "Live" program on June 2nd or June 30th (2017), YOU ARE VIEWING THE SAME MATERIALS.  This On Demand offering is intended to meet educational needs of members who were unable to attend the "live" program.  "Live" attendees can re-watch the videos and access presenter material by logging in to your member account and following this path: Committee, Group and Subscriptions: Subscriptions
2017 Legislative Update & Criminal Law Litigation Program - Summer Regional Video Seminar Series
. Questions? Please call 502-594-1375




Don’t Break Your Sword Defending the Castle, 1HR      

Angela Rea, Louisville Metro Public Defender and KACDL Board Member, Louisville, KY

Jury instructions are a blunt instrument. They are also the way that we explain the law to the jurors hearing our cases. The session will address the ever-evolving complexity of jury instructions about justification based on self-protection. We will discuss getting the law right, according to your Kentucky Appellate Courts, and drafting instructions that make sense to your jurors.


Do I Have a Conflict?  (And if so, What Do I Do?), 1HR   
Brian Scott West, Department of Public Advocacy General Counsel and KACDL Education Committee Chair, Frankfort, KY  

B. Scott West discusses the Rules of Professional Conduct, Case Law, and KBA Ethics Opinions which govern conflicts which frequently arise in the context of criminal representation: 
·         Current clients v. current clients;
·         Current clients v. former clients;
·         Current clients v. a personal/ethical interest of the lawyer; and
·         Client with diminished capacity.


New Developments in Pretrial Release Litigation, 1HR  19 MIN  
Ray Ibarra, Department of Public Advocacy, Cynthiana, KY


Ray Ibarra discusses the latest bail litigation going on in the wake of the new Supreme Court Orders and Criminal Rules pertaining to Bail, including:
·         Litigating Administrative Release Issues;
·         Appealing bail decisions under the new RCr bail appeals rule;
·         Appealing denials of Bail Credit; and
·         The five cases the criminal defense attorney ABSOLUTELY must know.


2017 Legislative Update, 1 HR   
Rebecca Ballard 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 2017 Kentucky General Assembly. Practice tips will be explored. DiLoreto will also share information about bills that we can expect in 2018 that may have a significant impact on your practice. 


****Video and presenter document links are immediately available once registration is complete.  For later reference, you will also receive an email with links. Please make sure we have an active and valid email address*****

Please contact us at director@kacdl.net with any questions, concerns, or if you need to have the email regenerated.