Live Cary | North Carolina Bar Center Friday, January 24, 2020
Whether you focus on district court, superior court or federal court, everyone is sure to benefit from the variety of topics presented at this program by an all-star lineup of speakers, including informative discussion and valuable insight about the following pertinent issues:
The evolving landscape of legalized hemp in North Carolina and its potential impact on criminal law
How to proceed when your state case may go federal
Tools for bail reform and efforts to change the bail system in several counties
Key issues in asset forfeiture
When and why the Attorney General’s Office and the State Bureau of Investigation may step into a case
DWI case law update highlighting key recent decisions from the appellate courts
You also won’t want to miss the unique opportunity to hear an ethics presentation from Superior Court Judge Carl Fox.
Planned by the NCBA Criminal Justice Section
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8:30am | Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:55 | Welcome and Introductions | Heroy and Weede
9:00 | Hemp Law Update | Kight
9:50 | "The Feds are coming; the Feds are coming!"-What to Do When Your Case Goes Federal | Freedman, Murray and Rauscher
10:40 | Break
10:50 | Bail Reform | Merriweather and Smith
11:50 | "It's not stealing; it's just CAFRA." | Terpening
12:40pm | Networking Lunch
- Criminal Justice Section Annual Meeting | George P. Doyle, The Law Office of George P. Doyle, Chapel Hill, 2019–2020 Section Chair, presiding
1:40 | "Who Invited These City Lawyers to Our Case?"-The Role of the Attorney General's Office and the State Bureau of Investigation in State Criminal Cases | Zellinger
2:30 | Break
2:40 | Ethics from the Bench | Judge Fox
3:40 | "Hasn't anyone heard of Uber?"-DWI Case Law Update | Clifton
4:30 | Adjourn
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January 24, 2020 8:55 AM Eastern
7:55 AM Central, 6:55 AM Mountain, 5:55 AM Pacific
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