House Bill 4419

PAAM opposes the House Bill No. 4419 That is designed to  revise the criminal procedure; sentencing; 2-year mandatory sentencing requirement for felony firearm conviction; eliminate. Amends sec. 227b of 1931 PA 328 (MCL 750.227b)

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More Information on House Bill No. 4419

Michigan Legislature Summary of Bill

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Ethics and Trial Integrity Training

ETHICS AND TRIAL INTEGRITY CONFERENCE

 
Elected prosecutors and senior management staff are invited to attend a one-day training for presentations and informative discussion concerning a number of topics which confront prosecutors and staff on a daily basis. 
 
Sessions include:
 
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BRADY/GIGLIO:  An informative presentation about the requirements and pitfalls relative to Brady materials and Giglio concerns.  
 
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TRIAL INTEGRITY:  Learn about common appellate errors committed by prosecutors, and how to avoid them during trial.
 
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RULES OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT:  The RPC govern the conduct of attorneys, with special rules applicable to prosecutors.  Revisit those rules and important SBM ethics opinions.
 
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MANAGING ETHICS IN YOUR OFFICE:  From the RPC, to Brady to confidentiality and social media, prosecutors and staff must function above reproach.
 
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ROUNDTABLE:  Bring you own topics to discuss with fellow prosecutors.  First, however, there will be a discussion of the National Registry of Exonerations – what is it and what do the Michigan cases listed there tell us?
 


Attendees may select this one day training from two options:

  • November 18, 2015, at the Crown Plaza in Lansing, 
     
  • November 19, 2015, at the Otsego Club in Gaylord
 
The trainings will commence at 9:00 am and conclude by 4:00 pm.  Registration and further information can be found at  Training Calendar Link
 

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