Insurance Law for Criminal Lawyers
Program originally held on November 26, 2012
Can insurer statements made by your clients be used against them in criminal proceedings relating to the same accident? By its very nature, a criminal proceeding is a life-changing event with ramifications for other legal matters.
This second on demand webcast in the three-part "For Criminal Lawyers" series answers this question and more. The more answers you have, the better an advocate you are for your clients charged with a crime.
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