2017 Defense Never Surrenders CLE Archive
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September 16–16, 2017 • The Hallmark Resort, Newport
Charms for Enchantment: Practice Tips, Tricks and Strategy for Trial
John Lentine, Birmingham Alabama
From charming the difficult client to defeating the wayward prosecutor.
The Invisible: Tools to Shape Your Client’s Future
Michael Schmidt, Executive Director, Oregon Criminal Justice Commission, Salem
Increasing transitional leave; reducing presumptive sentences and mandatory sentences for 1st degree & ID theft; more prop crime convictions for presumptive to apply; eligibility for family sentencing alternative pilot, and more.
Confront, Confound, Compel: Aggressively Litigating Probation Violations to Win
Chris O’Connor, Metropolitan Public Defenders, Portland
Courage Above All: Fighting to Defend the Transgender Client: Transgender 102 access to justice credit
Dianna Gentry, Portland
Information about transgender legal status, ability to change gender on ODL, jail/DOC policies and specifics on how to defend transgender clients.
Strapping on the Armor: How to Survive in the Belly of the Beast
Former attorney and inmate discusses how to survive prison.
Spells to Navigate Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea: State & Federal Issues in Sentencing
Jesse Merrithew, Portland
Alchemy: Spinning Gold from Knowing the Rules
Dianne Erickson, Policy Manager, Offender Information and Sentence Computation Unit for ODOC, Salem
Waving the Wand: You Have the Power
Alex Bassos, Metropolitan Public Defenders, Portland
The top 20 things you can do "pre-entry" that can change your client's life for the better at re-entry.
Call in the Flying Monkeys: Persuasive Advocacy from Alpha to Zealous
John Lentine, Birmingham, AL
Transforming the Future: Legislative Update
Mary A. Sofia, Legislative Advocate, OCDLA