Resource Type
Criminal Law

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Effective attorney fee agreements are part of every profitable law practice. Get sample fee agreements and practice commentary for 13 types of matters, plus chapters on ethical requirements, practical issues in fees and billing, and collecting your fees.

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With this handbook, you will confidently identify all the possible effects of a criminal conviction. Whether your client comes to you before or after a conviction, learn proven techniques to help minimize or avoid the collateral consequences.

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Popular handbook covering the 22 most common areas of Michigan practice, from real estate to divorce, employment, probate, debt collection, ADR, and more. Each chapter summarizes the law, gives practical guidance, and includes sample forms.

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ICLE's most comprehensive evidence resource. Includes the text of each MRE, its history, analysis of the rule with practice tips, helpful case annotations, and discussion of comparable federal rules.

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Practical guide to criminal procedure in Michigan. Written by a range of experienced practitioners, this book covers issues from arrest through posttrial motions and appeals. Get quickly to the primary authority, answers, and forms you need.

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Everything you need to expertly handle a drunk driving case in Michigan. Clearly explains the law, including "Super Drunk Driving" charges, and covers breath and blood tests, evidentiary challenges, trial, sentencing, and license appeals.

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Get the only model criminal jury instructions that provide expert practical advice from leading defense lawyers. Use the instructions and the ICLE Commentary at every stage of a criminal case.

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Presented 09/26/17 | On-Demand Seminar
Criminal defense can often involve recovering property seized by the police. Civil asset forfeiture cases require navigation of unique procedural rules and complex negotiations.

Presented 05/09/17 | On-Demand Seminar
Criminal convictions can carry serious consequences beyond the resulting sentence. Identify the potential impact on your client's immigration status or employability before discussing plea deals or heading to trial.

Presented 05/19/16 | On-Demand Seminar
Effective criminal defense and prosecution requires a current and thorough knowledge of recent court decisions and statutory amendments. Be prepared for the impact of the latest state and federal changes.

Presented 04/04/17 | On-Demand Seminar
Stay current with the changes in criminal defense and prosecution. Make sure you and your clients are ready for the impact of the latest state and federal court opinions and statutory updates.

Presented 04/03/18 | On-Demand Seminar
Keep current with the latest state and federal court opinions and statutory updates.

Presented 06/13/16 | On-Demand Seminar
When your client is charged with a theft offense, you need to investigate the facts and the elements of the crime as well as address special issues regarding ownership, value, and restitution.

Presented 01/31/17 | On-Demand Seminar
Defending a client in a drunk driving case can include petitioning the Secretary of State's Administrative Hearings Section (AHS) to restore driving privileges. Watch a hearing officer and an expert criminal defense attorney show you how it is done.

Presented 02/01/18 | On-Demand Seminar
Proactively score your client's conviction under the Michigan sentencing guidelines so you can prevent judicial mistakes at the sentencing hearing.

Presented 09/15/16 | On-Demand Seminar
Incorporate the latest developments in drug and alcohol related driving offenses into your practice. Investigate testing procedures and records to rebut the evidence against your client. Protect your client's freedom, rights, and driving privileges.

Presented 09/19/17 | On-Demand Seminar
Plenty has happened in the area of drunk and drugged driving over the past year. Present your client's best defense by addressing the latest developments in field sobriety testing, drug recognition experts (DREs), medical marijuana, and more.

Presented 01/10/18 | On-Demand Seminar
Passing a background check is essential for many employment, volunteer, and other opportunities. Help your client expunge past convictions so he or she can move forward without the burden of a criminal record.

Presented 08/09/16 | On-Demand Seminar
Defending criminal charges involving firearms requires a thorough knowledge of a long list of statutes and regulations. You need to be able to get the best outcome while protecting your client's right to own and carry firearms.

Presented 03/28/16 | On-Demand Seminar
Your first criminal defense case is usually a misdemeanor. Get ready to effectively interview your client and make their encounter with the criminal justice system as painless as possible.

Presented 12/13/16 | On-Demand Seminar
Parties litigate when they can't otherwise resolve their disputes. Getting the most out of going to court requires a solid strategy and some time-tested techniques. Keep your case on track with practice tips from our experts.

Presented 03/21/17 | On-Demand Seminar
The Medical Marihuana Facilities Licensing Act (MMFLA) will regulate five new types of businesses to serve the growing medical marijuana industry. Be prepared to advise your client on how to set up and license a business to avoid criminal liability.

Presented 10/18/16 | On-Demand Seminar
Criminal defendants often suffer from undiagnosed mental health issues. As their attorney, you need to identify symptoms of mental illness to properly defend your client and connect them with the resources they need to get their life back on track.

Presented 11/28/17 | On-Demand Seminar
Registration under the Michigan Sex Offenders Registration Act (SORA) can have severe and potentially lifelong consequences. Apply proven tips and techniques to avoid or minimize the impact of registration on your criminal defense clients.

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