Criminal Pretrial Motion Practice and Federal Criminal Law Update

Thursday, November 13, 2014
1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
James M. Hanley U.S. Federal Building and Courthouse 100 South Clinton Street
Syracuse, New York

The focus will be on criminal pretrial motions, with sections on practice issues (e.g., which motions to bring; whether to seek a pre-motion conference with the AUSA); procedural issues (e.g., when do I need supporting affidavits, when am I entitled to a hearing); and substantive issues (with segments on the law relating to the key types of typical motions). The program will include a brief segment on new developments (including new retroactive guidelines amendments). The program will conclude with an interactive judges panel. (3.0 credits for Professional Practice)

The Faculty

Hon. Andrew T. Baxter, Moderator
U.S. Magistrate Judge, Northern District of New York

Hon. David N. Hurd
U.S. District Court Judge, Northern District of New York

Hon. Glenn T. Suddaby
U.S. District Court Judge, Northern District of New York

Hon. Frederick J. Scullin, Jr.
Senior U.S. District Court Judge, Northern District of New York

Hon. Norman A. Mordue
Senior U.S. District Court Judge, Northern District of New York

Steven D. Clymer, Esq.
Assistant United States Attorney, Chief of the Criminal Division
U.S. Attorney’s Office, Northern District of New York

Lisa Peebles, Esq., Federal Public Defender
Office of the Federal Public Defender, Northern District of New York

Kimberly M. Zimmer, Esq.
Zimmer Law Office, PLLC

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