The Mind and Criminal Defense
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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