From the March 22, 2019 seminar. Topics include aspects of post-conviction litigation such as: DNA/probabilistic genotyping, false confessions, improper closing arguments, habeas law for state practitioners, compassionate release and more…
Presentations from the November 2, 2018 MACDL Seminar by cell phone expert Joe Nicholls, a senior level computer expert with specialized training and experience in cell phone forensics, and defense attorney Chauncey Wood.
Jury selection is changing in Massachusetts, and the best ways to obtain a jury is to be fair to our ethnically and racially diverse clients. Resources from the October 18, 2018 seminar are available here for MACDL members only.
This Fourth Edition marks a new era in the life of Massachusetts Criminal Practice. Suffolk University Law School has made the book more accessible to its intended readers — it is now available online to all who can access the internet, free of charge.
NACDL’s mission is to ensure justice and due process for persons accused of crime; foster the integrity, independence and expertise of the profession; promote the proper and fair administration of criminal justice.