Federal Sentencing and Advocacy


This is a day-long and language-neutral seminar

Federal Sentencing Guidelines and Mandatory Minimums and Sentencing Memorandums - oh my. Welcome to the intriguing practice of Federal Sentencing and Advocacy. Why did the Judge impose “that” sentence?

Presenter: Raquel Lazo, Assistant Federal Public Defender - Office of the Federal Public Defender, District of NV

AFPD Raquel “Rocky” Lazo will educate and entertain you during this CE seminar. She will share actual cases to explain sentencing issues in federal court which include sentencing strategies, mitigation videos, sentencing memorandums and what it all means to the defendant; as well as how interpreters and translators play a key role in the end product. This seminar is interactive. Rocky welcomes questions and encourages attendee participation.

Pending approval for Nevada, Utah, and California CEUs; and ATA CEPs

Location: Office of the Federal Public Defender
411 E. Bonneville Avenue
5th Floor - Conference Room
Las Vegas, NV 89101

COST/ADMISSIONS:
Early-Bird Deadline: November 28, 2017
NITA Members $50.00/Non-members $75.00

After Early-Bird deadline through December 8, 2017
NITA Members $75.00/Non-members $100.00

All registrations must be done online. There will be no registration on the day of the seminar.

Bookings

Bookings are closed for this event.