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Cooperation in White Collar Criminal Cases: When to Shut Up and How to Put Up

Content Partner:  National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL)
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Description: This program addresses the persistent and undoubtedly common issue of cooperation in white collar criminal cases.  Through the framework of a detailed hypothetical, the panel starts by exploring any tactical differences in the representation of a potential witness versus a potential defendant, with an eye towards keeping the former from becoming the later, and by breaking down the basic questions of representation, conflict, privilege, and waiver.  From there, the group of seasoned defense lawyers answers the all-important question: when and whether to approach the prosecution?  And once that decision is made, and you are in the lion’s den, how exactly do you cooperate?  This program explores a variety of cooperation tactics, from voluntary disclosure and self-reporting, to proffer letters and grants of immunity, and then digs into the issue of plea agreements.  From start to finish, this program offers the criminal defense attorney a how-to guide for cooperation and answers the questions of when to shut up and how to put up.

Practice Areas: Criminal Law & Procedure, White Collar Crime
Online Media Type: Audio
Production Date: 09/22/2011
Level: Intermediate
Category: Standard
Duration: 1 Hours, 25 Minutes
Online Format: On Demand

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Training Type: Online

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