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Significant Decisions of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals (May 2018)

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Session 1: Significant Decisions of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals - Analyze significant decisions in the last year and what they mean for criminal law practitioners.

Session 2: Supreme Court Update Hear an update on criminal law and criminal procedure cases relevant to Texas criminal appellate practice that were heard and decided by the United States Supreme Court in the 2017 term, and get a preview of hot cases in the pipeline for the 2018 term.
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Total Credit Hours:
1.75     Credit Info

TX MCLE credit expires: 5/31/2019

Includes: Video Audio Paper Slides

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1. Significant Decisions of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals (May 2018)

Hon. David C. Newell

0.75 0.00 0.00 0.75  

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Video (mp4) 51 mins
Audio (mp3) 50 mins
Paper (pdf) 57 pgs
Slides (pdf) 28 pgs

SESSION 1 — 51 mins, credit 0.75

Session 1:

Significant Decisions of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals (May 2018)

Analyze significant decisions in the last year and what they mean for criminal law practitioners.

Originally presented at: May 2018 Conference on Criminal Appeals

Hon. David C. Newell, Texas Court of Criminal Appeals - Austin, TX

2. Supreme Court Update (May 2018)

Jennifer E. Laurin

1.00 0.00 0.00 1.00  

Preview Session Materials

You may download session materials
for offline use.

Video (mp4) 55 mins
Audio (mp3) 54 mins
Paper (pdf) 12 pgs
Slides (pdf) 4 pgs

SESSION 2 — 55 mins, credit 1.00

Session 2:

Supreme Court Update (May 2018)

Hear an update on criminal law and criminal procedure cases relevant to Texas criminal appellate practice that were heard and decided by the United States Supreme Court in the 2017 term, and get a preview of hot cases in the pipeline for the 2018 term.

Originally presented at: May 2018 Conference on Criminal Appeals

Jennifer E. Laurin, The University of Texas School of Law - Austin, TX