Domestic Violence 101: Intro to Defending Against Domestic Violence Charges

$95.00

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Course Description

This program was recorded on June 8, 2020

You were hired to represent a client accused of committing domestic violence. Now what? This course will cover the introductory basics of defending against domestic violence criminal charges ranging from managing your client's expectations from the first meeting to important tips that you will have to consider throughout the course of your representation. An overview of practice tips, common evidentiary issues, legal defenses, and sentencing terms will also be discussed as well.

Speaker Bio
1 General CLE Credit
Course Agenda

Attorney Anna R. YumAnna R. Yum
Anna Yum is a premier criminal defense and DUI attorney in San Diego. Ms. Yum is licensed to practice in state and federal court in both the Southern and Central Districts of California. She is also licensed to practice law in the state of Illinois. Ms. Yum has successfully represented clients on charges ranging from serious and/or violent offenses such as rape/sexual assault, child molest, murder, attempted murder, “criminal street gang” cases, robbery, felony offenses with firearm enhancements, domestic violence with great bodily injury enhancements, etc. to lower-level offenses including driving under the influence, theft-related offenses, narcotics cases, probation violations, and much more. Ms. Yum has successfully tried a multitude of jury and bench trials to verdict.

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Course Agenda

  1. Meeting with client and managing client expectations- addressing the notion that alleged victim does not wish to prosecute
  2. Types of alleged "DV" victims or complaining witnesses
  3. Pre-Filing Considerations and Mitigation
  4. Collecting and Preserving your Evidence
  5. Common Evidentiary Issues at Trial
  6. Common Legal Defenses
  7. Common Terms of DV Probation and Sentencing
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