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December 2011
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Tuesday, December 13th, 2011
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22 | Do’s (Mostly) and Don’ts (A Few) in Taking Federal Criminal Appointments - By Richard Anderson
27 | The Prior Conviction and the New Jury: Hide It or Hang It All Out? - By Maxwell Peck
32 | Alternatives Sentencing and a Means of Reducing Recidivism - By Judge Kevin Fine
Do’s (Mostly) and Don’ts (A Few) in Taking Federal Criminal Appointments
Tuesday, December 13th, 2011

The Do’s

I. How to Get on the List

The Prior Conviction and the New Jury: Hide It or Hang It All Out?
Tuesday, December 13th, 2011

As lawyers, we should be used to the notion that there may not always be absolutely right or wrong answers. Such is the case with this topic: There are no right or wrong answers to be seen here—just move along.

Tuesday, December 13th, 2011

Subject: Reporting Pro Bono Hours: It’s Easy & Fun—Really!

We are asking all criminal defense attorneys to please report your pro bono hours—yes, criminal defense lawyers can and should report! It’s easy and—here’s the fun and heartwarming part—it helps efforts to secure funding for indigent defense and civil legal service providers. Really!

Why is it so important to report my pro bono hours?

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