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January/February 2012
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Thursday, February 9th, 2012
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19 | Get Ready to Tighten Your Belts - By Jeanette Kinard
22 | Letter to TCDLA Membership - By Lydia Clay-Jackson
24 | Expert Punishment Testimony in a Sex Trial - By Matthew L. Ferrara
35 | The Anatomy of the Attorney-Client Relationship - By Kerry Max Cook
Get Ready to Tighten Your Belts
Thursday, February 9th, 2012
A recent evaluation from an attendee of one of our Criminal Defense Lawyers Project (CDLP) CLE events which had a DVD presentation said, “I’d much rather see the speaker in person so I can ask questions. Let’s not have canned DVD presentations!”
Expert Punishment Testimony in a Sex Trial
Thursday, February 9th, 2012

Sentencing Issues

The genius of Winston Churchill is as manifold as it is undisputed. With the hope of having some of Mr. Churchill’s genius rub off onto this discussion, I would like to use his quote as a jumping off point to discuss sentencing issues in a sex offender case.

The Anatomy of the Attorney-Client Relationship
Thursday, February 9th, 2012

“It is well known that most of these individuals on whom the criminal law inflicts punishment have been unfortunate before they became guilty.”
Alexis de Tocqueville

TCDLA: Reflections on the Early Years
Thursday, February 9th, 2012

Frank Maloney called me one day in early 1971 about forming what he proposed to call the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (TCDLA) and asked me to join, which I readily did. Thus, TCDLA was born! Frank Maloney was our first President and William (Bill) Reid our first Executive Director. Thanks, Frank and Bill. As I recall, there were 250 charter members.

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