This program will focus attention on habeas issues, an area of criminal law practice that is too often not well understood, by providing a view into habeas law and practice from both the prosecution and defense perspectives. It will be useful both for habeas practitioners and their staff, and for trial lawyers and their staff who want to steer clear of post-trial problems.
This course is funded by a grant from the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals.
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Who Should Attend?
This program will be useful both for defense lawyers and prosecutors. It is designed for habeas practitioners and for trial lawyers who want to steer clear of post-trial problems.
Hyatt Place Plano welcomes our guests attending Habeas Issues, at The Center for American and International Law. We have set aside a block of rooms with a group rate of $97 plus applicable fees/taxes for 8/30/2017 - 8/31/2017.
Please make your reservations by 8/15/2017. As long as the reservation is made by this date, and the group block has availability, you will receive the group rate. Any reservations not received on or before this cut-off date are subject to hotel availability at the best available prevailing rate.
Type in Arrival/Departure Dates
Enter Group/Corporate #: G-CL79
Call 888-HYATT-HP (888.492.8847) or 972.378.3997
Dates available: 8/30/2017 - 8/31/2017
Mention the group name: CAILAW / Habeas Issues
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- Tax Exemption Certificates and Credit Card Authorization Forms may be faxed to the hotel directly at 972.608.4427 prior to your arrival.
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