Florida Bar Criminal Law Section2021-10-04T17:05:15-04:00

The Criminal Law Section of The Florida Bar is the only organization that brings together the prosecution, defense, and judiciary. Our members are prosecutors, public and private criminal defense lawyers, judges, law professors, and law students. Members of the section are united by their shared goal of providing a fair, just, and efficient criminal justice system for everyone, and the section’s purpose is to assist all criminal law practitioners in this shared goal. The section provides its members continuing legal education (CLE), federal and state case law updates, up-to-date information about important criminal law legislation, and opportunities to interact with others who work to assure criminal justice.

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Criminal Law Update 2021

April 8 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Florida Supreme Court Chief Justice Canady: Courts are making headway in clearing case backlogs @TheFlaBar @triallawsection @FloridaBarCLS @FlaBarCOS https://www.floridabar.org/the-florida-bar-news/chief-justice-canady-courts-are-making-headway-in-clearing-case-backlogs/

Mindfulness In Law, by @MiamiLawSchool Prof. Scott Rogers:

"This month we consider the important practice of mindful walking and connect it to four practices so that you might bring your mindfulness practice with you the next time you go for a walk."
https://www.floridabar.org/the-florida-bar-news/mindful-walking-transform-everyday-moments-of-walking-into-a-beneficial-mindfulness-practice/

.@TB_Times editorial: ... reducing the minimum time inmates must serve from 85% to 75% of their original sentence would ease overcrowding, give inmates more incentive to work on their lives and — perhaps the easiest sell of all — save money: https://bit.ly/3u0oS0c

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