Criminal defense attorneys were hopping mad to discover a prosecutor in their midst at a recent Texas CLE seminar titled "Capital Trial Advocacy -- The Defense." The incident has touched off a controversy over who should or shouldn't be allowed to attend criminal law CLE courses funded in part by state money. "That's a real concern for us, because some people feel that they are giving out proprietary information that we don't want to give to prosecutors," said one defense attorney.
How Did He Get In? Asst. DA Unwelcome at Defense-Oriented CLE Event
February 25, 2005
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