2019 Dallas County Criminal Practice Seminar

2019 Dallas County Criminal Practice Seminar

Attend this FREE seminar!

RSVP at www.tinyurl.com/cpseminar2019

DATE: Wed, September 4, 2019

TIME: 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Free lunch provided

MCLE: 6:00 Hours, Ethics 1.00 Hour

Frank Crowley Courts Building
Central Jury Room
133 N. Riv erfront Blv d.
Dallas, TX


Immigration Issues
Daniel Gividen, Department of Homeland Security

Common Federal Problems for State Law yers to Avoid
James Whalen, Whalen Law Office

How to Deal with a Criminal Case Involving Media Exposure
Mike Androvett, Androvett Legal Media & Marketing

Topic: Judges Panel
Hon. Audrey Moorehead, County Criminal Court No. 3

Legal Costs and Fees
Katie Bishkin, Law Office of Kathryn Bishkin, PLLC

New Programs by new District Attorney John Creuzot
Kim Nesbitt, Dallas County District Attorney’s Office
Julie Turnbull, Dallas County District Attorney’s Office

10 minutes of ethics on ev ery subject matter presented
Lawson K. Pedigo, Miller Keffer & Pedigo PLLC

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Author Bio

James P. Whalen

James P. Whalen is the managing attorney and founder of Whalen Law Office, a Texas criminal defense firm offering personalized legal representation for various federal criminal charges. With a commitment to providing comfort and guidance during challenging times, Mr. Whalen serves as both an attorney and counselor to his clients, helping them navigate their cases while striving to restore normalcy to their lives.

In an inherently unbalanced criminal justice system, Mr. Whalen takes on cases with unwavering dedication. With decades of legal experience, he offers representation across various criminal charges, including white-collar crimes, violent crimes, drug charges, and more. Mr. Whalen’s numerous accolades, including Super Lawyer recognition and board certification in Criminal Appellate Law and Criminal Law, reflect his unwavering commitment to ethical and high-quality legal representation.

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