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Managing Disclosure in Judge-Alone Trials [WEBINAR]

Managing Disclosure in Judge-Alone Trials [WEBINAR]

LexisNexis, 2018

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Webinar WEBBONTO1802 $160.00

Description

Event Details:


Day: Wednesday
Date: 21st February 2018
Time: 2.30pm


(Note: To ensure a smooth registration process attendees are advised that registrations cannot be made within 90 minutes of the event.)


Presenters:


Janine Bonifant, Barrister, Brandon Street Chambers
Anne Toohey, Barrister, Canterbury Chambers


About the Series


This webinar will look at the provisions of the Criminal Disclosure Act 2008 and how they apply to judge-alone trials in the District Court. The webinar will cover what disclosure is, who is entitled to it, how to request it and what to do if you do not receive it.


In particular it will consider practical issues associated with disclosures received at the 11th hour.


Who is this series for


The webinar is aimed at junior to intermediate lawyers and members of the police prosecution service. It will be a good refresher for more experienced lawyers.


About the Presenters


Janine Bonifant has had over 20 years’ experience as a litigator, focusing on criminal law. She has previously worked as a senior Crown Prosecutor and Deputy Public Defender in Wellington and is currently practicing as a barrister based in Wellington. In addition to criminal defence work, she also represents clients before a range of tribunals. Janine has been a faculty member of the NZLS Litigation Skills programme since 2006 and was Director in 2013. She is currently an instructor for the Institute of Professional Legal Studies.


Anne Toohey is a barrister at Canterbury Chambers in Christchurch, specialising in civil and criminal litigation, employment law, criminal law, regulatory law, and health law. As senior counsel, she has prosecuted for the Crown in both District Court and High Court jury trials. Since 2007, Anne has been contracted to the New Zealand Police as an instructor for the Police Prosecutors’ Advocacy Courses at the Police College in Wellington and has prepared written training materials for the Police Prosecution Service in relation to advocacy and other legal topics. Anne is a faculty member of the NZ Litigation Skills course faculty, and the PILON (Pacific Islands Law Officer Network) faculty.


Related LexisNexis Products


Litigation Skills: A Practical Guide to Sentencing (2016)
Litigation Skills: A Practical Guide to Judge-alone Trials (2017)
A Practical Guide to Criminal Procedure
Sentencing Law and Practice
Garrow and Turkington’s Criminal Law

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