Unexpected Surprises at Trial AC16 (.MP3)
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Since the rules of evidence are relaxed in removal hearings, evidence that would be admissible in other settings is often admitted. This panel will discuss how to handle such evidence and how best to mitigate any damage.
Key Topics Include
- What to Do with Police Reports and Uncharged Conduct
- Use of Charging Affidavits— Is It Permissible?
- Does It All Really Come in for Purposes of "Discretion"?
- Rehabilitation When Faced with Surprises
Devin T. Theriot-Orr (DL), Seattle, WA
Rosy H. Cho, San Francisco, CA
Erich C. Straub, Milwaukee, WI
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