Contact Us  |  Member Log In  |  Search for a GCBA Member:  
Annual Awards Board of Directors Bylaws History Law Day Awards Strategic Planning Report and Recommendation Mission Statement Past Presidents
Admission Ceremony Affiliate Membership Application Member Benefits Membership Application Membership Renewal
Address and Contact Information Change Form Bar Beat Committees Events Calendar General Membership Member Benefits Membership Renewal Mentorship Program Nomination forms Notes N' News Standards for Professional Conduct Speakers Bureau Registration Specialty Courts
Admission Ceremony Ask the Lawyer Ask the Lawyer Video Series Law Day Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities Lawyer Referral Service Speakers Bureau Video Seminars
Important Links
Centennial American Inns of the Court Flint Trial Lawyers Genesee County Bar Foundation Mallory VanDyne & Scott Women Lawyers Association of Michigan
Contact & Location Staff Email Us
Event Registration Membership Renewal Products Seminar Videos

 Criminal Law Seminar 2013
Home   Criminal Law Seminar 2013

Thank you for registering for our Criminal Law 2013 seminar. We look forward to seeing you on Thursday, May 2nd and Friday, May 3rd, at the Riverfront Banquet Center.

Date: Thursday, May 2, 2013 & Friday, May 3rd, 2013

Time: 9:00 a.m. (registration and continental breakfast at 8:30 a.m.)

Location: Riverfront Banquet Center, 1 Riverfront Center W, Flint, MI 48502.

Seminar Materials:
You will receive printed materials when you arrive. Additionally, we are asking that you download the materials for Friday’s session “Measuring Nothing —Challenging the procedures of the State Laboratories.”  To download this materials please click the link below.

Amy Harris, Chair
GCBA Criminal Law Committee



Additional Seminar Materials:
Brief in Support (1 of 4)
Brief in Support (2 of 4)
Brief in Support (3 of 4)
Brief in Support (4 of 4)
Exhibit C, part 1 Brief in Support of MX to Suppress Blood
Exhibit C, part 2 Brief in Support of MX to Suppress Blood
Exhibit C, part 3 Brief in Support of MX to Suppress Blood
Objection to MSP Data (redacted)
The Mass Spectrometry Primer

PowerPoint Presentations:
Firearms and Toolmark Identification
Criminal Law Updates