March 23, 2022
2:00 pm – 3:30 pm ET
90-minute presentation includes Q and A
CLE: 1.50 Ethics Credits
Plea bargaining constitutes an enormous portion of a prosecutor’s workload and yet, we are given little ethical guidance on how to do this part of our job. In this ninety-minute webinar, career prosecutor and ethics instructor David Lord will discuss modern criticism of plea bargaining and will offer a framework that you can use when negotiating cases that advances due process, while also ensuring compliance with your ethical obligations. In addition to discussing the lessons we can take away from high-profile cases like Bill Cosby, this session will also help navigate tough issues such as how to address a defendant’s collateral consequences when making a plea offer and whether exculpatory evidence has to be disclosed as part of the plea-bargaining process.
Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney Alexandria, VA
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Continuing Legal Education Credits: 1.50 ethics hours
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