For those who handle criminal cases, you may have heard that the grand jury will not be convening in the coming weeks. That means that if prosecutors want to hold someone in custody after 144 hours, they will have to do a preliminary hearing. Not as uncommon as a unicorn, preliminary hearings have been infrequent in recent years as the prosecutors in Monroe County engaged in more robust grand jury practice.Unsure of how to do a preliminary hearing? Join us for a live CLE via fully interactive webcast.

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Seminar Date:
March 26, 2020
The Forgotten Art of Preliminary Hearings in Criminal Cases
Speaker Information
Jill Paperno Esq.   [ view bio ]
Individual topic purchase: Selected
Monroe County Bar Center for Education
New York (Skills): 1.50
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