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The Interplay between Family and Criminal Law

Thursday, June 15, 2023

04:30 PM - 06:30 PM

Newburyport District Court

Newburyport District Court, 188 State Street, Newburyport, MA, USA

CPCS has approved this program for 2 credits.

Most lawyers either practice family law or criminal law. However, all practitioners need to know how the law and protective remedies can overlap. Motions for 209As; 258Es and 208, sec. 34Bs can be brought in either probate or district court. How do you decide which court to file in? What are the potential strategic and practical considerations? How to best protect your client? This program features expert judges, teachers and practitioners who will share their knowledge and experience to help you protect your clients.

Attend and Learn

What is required to obtain a 209A?

What is the difference between a 209A and a 258E?

How to decide between filing in probate or criminal court?

What are the differences between civil and criminal remedies?

Judges’ perspectives on what you should and shouldn’t do in hearings

Expert Faculty

Honorable Serge Georges, Jr., Supreme Judicial Court and Adjunct Faculty, Suffolk University Law School

Honorable Mary F. McCabe, District Court

Nicole Reilly, Law Offices of Nicole Reilly, Amesbury, MA & Portsmouth,NH

Gary Todd, Todd & Weld and Adjunct Faculty, New England Law

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Greater Newburyport Bar Association