Sentencing for Sophomores & Sentencing for Seniors
Part 1: Sentencing for Sophomores
Date: Wednesday, November 18, 2020
Time: 12:00 – 2:00 p.m.
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Part 2: Sentencing for Seniors
Date: Thursday, November 19, 2020
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
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Jesse Barton, Attorney, Salem
Participants may choose to participate in either section or both. When registering, select the ticket that corresponds to the section or sections you wish to attend.
Sentencing for Sophomores
This “Sentencing for Sophomores” CLE, which qualifies for both practical skills and general CLE accreditation, provides a comprehensive overview of the state’s Felony Sentencing Guidelines, as well as the state’s multiple sentencing schemes that overlay the guidelines. The CLE particularly focuses on the “Ten Crucial Concepts for Providing Competent Representation at Sentencing,” and references various complex sentencing issues addressed in the “Sentencing for Seniors” CLE.
Sentencing for Seniors
This “Sentencing for Seniors” CLE addresses several complex sentencing issues (which are referenced in the “Sentencing for Sophomores” CLE). It also provides background information about “criminomics and mass incarceration as failed policy,” and “mass incarceration as a tool of racial and ethnic oppression,” which defense counsel can use to seek sentence mitigation.