The Mind and Criminal Defense

 Posted on June 19, 2008 in Uncategorized

The Center for American and International Law is presenting its seminar on The Mind and Criminal Defense again July 17-18, 2008. The program is funded by a grant for the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, so you'll wind up paying $185 (or less if you regularly represent the indigent accused) for 13.25 hours of CLE and a couple of good lunches at the CAIL's first-class facility in Plano. I attended last year, and found it eye-opening.

This year I'll be speaking on Friday about free will. Attendance is limited to criminal-defense lawyers and those who directly assist them in criminal defense litigation, so prosecutors will have to wait and read my book when it comes out.

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