Speaking Engagements of Greggory M. Marootian, Esq.
Monday, January 17, 2011
9:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Crowne Plaza, Fairfield / S1671-21859
DWI ADVOCACY IN THE MUNICIPAL COURT: THE CHARGE,
THE CHALLENGE AND THE IMPORTANCE OF ALCOHOLISM AWARENESS
The DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) charge is one of the most common and severe types of cases heard in municipal court. A client may lose their privilege to drive in New Jersey or pay substantial fines, monetary penalties or even higher car insurance premiums and surcharges. They may even be sentenced to jail!
For 2011, NJICLE is pleased to offer a view from municipal court judges and practitioners throughout the state on the DWI charge, ways to challenge the charge, and common mistakes made by practitioners in presenting a DWI case. The program will also feature a special presentation on alcohol awareness, providing you with strategies to identify if your client is an alcoholic, as well as what steps are available to rehabilitate your client, and how rehabilitation helps your client and your case.
Tentative Program Agenda
9:10 General Considerations in DWI Advocacy
9:20 Specific Advocacy issues in the DWI Case, followed by a panel discussion on
practice in different parts of the state
10:00 Common mistakes made by practitioners
10:45 Alcoholism Awareness- identifying if your client is an alcoholic; what steps are
available to help rehabilitate your client; how this helps present your client
in the best light, etc.
11:45 Panel discussion: legal commentary on the importance and use of alcoholism
awareness in your cases and for your clients
NJ CLE INFORMATION: This program has been approved by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey for 3.9 hours of total CLE credit. Of these, 3.9 qualify as hours of credit toward certification in civil trial law, criminal trial law, workers’ compensation law and/or matrimonial law.
DOOR REGISTRATIONS: $209
Advance registration closes at noon of the day preceding the program. After that time you may still register, space permitting, for the Door Registration Fee. PLEASE CALL FIRST to confirm the seminar schedule and space availability.
* NJSBA Member Price – To qualify for this reduced price, you must provide your NJSBA Member# at the time you place your order. If you place your order without providing your NJSBA Member#, you will be charged the regular price.
A New CLE Breakfast Seminar:
Exceptions to the Warrant
Requirement Under New Jersey Law
Since the vast majority of police searches are undertaken without a search warrant, a firm knowledge of N.J. warrant exceptions is a critical component of trying motions to suppress.
This breakfast seminar will provide you with intensive instruction on the legal issues associated with every judicially recognized exception to the warrant requirement under New Jersey law.
In addition, the lesson plan and materials will serve as an excellent source for legal research and brief preparation.
Municipal Court Judges
Experienced Defense Attorneys
Police Training Officials
Saturday 8:30AM – February 6, 2010 in West Orange
Approved 2.5 Pennsylvania CLE Credits.
You May also Qualify for 3.0 NJ CLE Credits as well.
- Joseph P. Rem, Jr., Certified Criminal Trial Attorney
- William A. Zarling, Deputy First Assistant Prosecutor, Mercer County (ret.)
- Robert Ramsey, Author, N.J. Arrest, Search & Seizure – 2010 (Thomson-West)
- Greggory M. Marootian, Attorney
February 6, 2010 – 8:30 am to 11:30 am
Pal’s Cabin – 265 Prospect Avenue – West Orange, N.J.
Full, HOT Breakfast Served beginning at 8:00 am
Call on New Jersey DWI lawyer, Greggory M. Marootian when you need
experienced professionals to give you the facts, and restore your integrity.