Trial Lawyer Brandon Minde to Present: Remote and Virtual Criminal Court Proceedings
Dughi, Hewit & Domalewski, P.C. is proud to announce that Brandon D. Minde, a trial partner and Chair of the NJSBA Criminal Law Section, will be part of the faculty for the NJICLE live webcast: Remote and Virtual Criminal Court Proceedings from Initial Charges through Sentencing- Practice Considerations in a COVID-19 World on Friday, June 26, 2020 at 9:00 am.
This live webcast offers a day in the life of an attorney in Remote and Virtual criminal court proceedings – From the time an attorney receives notice that a client has been arrested to conclusion of proceedings; for novice to seasoned practitioner; from court rules and procedures to their application in a real-life virtual proceeding; proven practical tips for a seamless virtual court experience and much more. The program will take you thru step-by-step from initial training to review and application of pertinent rules and procedures during live, mock proceedings thru various stages of virtual court proceedings – CJP court/detention hearings, first appearance, discovery conferences, plea hearings, oral arguments, contested testimonial hearings (Wade, Suppression), expert testimony, bench and jury trial, sentencing etc.
The faculty of well-respected defense attorneys and prosecutors will engage in real life remote and virtual criminal court proceedings before the Hon. Sohail Mohammed, Judge of the Superior Court.
Mr. Minde is the head of Dughi, Hewit & Domalewski’s criminal law department, is a former Essex County Assistant Prosecutor, and is certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Criminal Trial Attorney.