This seminar covers critical 2017 and 2018 cases.
Some of the most important 2018 U.S. Supreme Court, Arizona Supreme Court and Arizona Court of Appeals cases will be analyzed for both prosecutors and defense counsel by our judges and other faculty members.
This seminar provides a truly balanced presentation of the most important cases and issues of 2017 and 2018. Get the latest information on criminal procedure, evidence, criminal substantive law, and constitutional issues.
Whether you're a prosecutor or defense attorney, your success at trial is directly related to your comprehension of the latest developments in criminal law.
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Judge Crane McClennen was born Phoenix, Arizona. He attended Arizona State University, graduating with a Bachelor degree in 1968 and a Juris Doctor cum laude in 1972, and was managing editor of the Arizona State Law Journal. He was appointed Judge of the Maricopa County Superior Court in January 1997 and retired July 2016, having served on the Criminal, Civil, Family Court, Juvenile, and Administrative Appeals and Lower Court Appeals Divisions. Prior to his appointment as judge, he worked at the Office of the Arizona Attorney General in the Criminal Appeals Section.
Crane McClennen is the author of the Arizona Courtroom Evidence Manual (1982, 1985, 1997) and Arizona Legal Forms, Criminal Procedure (1990, 2005, 2019), and has authored numerous articles in the Arizona Attorney.
In 2016, Crane McClennen received the State Bar of Arizona Michael D. Ryan award for Judicial Excellence, and in 1995, received the State Bar of Arizona award for Outstanding Member. In 1986 and 1989, he received the State Bar of Arizona award for Outstanding Contribution to Continuing Legal Education, and in 1991, received the State Bar of Arizona award as Outstanding Public Lawyer. He is a Founding Fellow of the Arizona Bar Foundation.
Dave Cole, who currently serves as Senior Litigation Counsel for the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, was admitted to the State Bar of Arizona in 1976. He has served in a number of capacities and offices, including the Pima and Maricopa County Attorney’s Offices, the Office of the Attorney General (as an Assistant Attorney General and later as Arizona Solicitor General), and as Clerk of the Court for the Arizona Supreme Court. He served on the Maricopa County Superior Court bench from 1989 to 2007, where he spent the majority of his time in the Criminal and Special Assignment Departments. He taught Evidence and a variety of other courses at both the Pepperdine University School of Law and the Phoenix School of Law and served as an adjunct professor at Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. He has served on a number of commissions and committees, including Arizona’s Capital Case Commission (2000-2005). He served as co-chair of the Arizona Supreme Court’s Victims’ Rights Implementation Committee in 1991. He is a former member of the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission and was a charter member of the Arizona Supreme Court’s Committee on the Rules of Evidence beginning in 2010 (served through 2018).
Dave and his wife Debbie reside in Phoenix, Arizona. Dave has four adult children and three beautiful granddaughters.
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