NACDL - Issues of The Champion published in 2014

Issues of The Champion published in 2014

Issues of The Champion published in 2014

January/February 2014

How must defense attorneys advise clients in the wake of Salinas v. Texas ? How can counsel combat the government's use of lost evidence? Find out in this issue of The Champion.

March 2014

The March 2014 issue of The Champion discusses how to defend a case when a juvenile client confesses, provides "best practice" tips for Miller re-sentencings, and offers instruction on how to interview a child client.

April 2014

Sejal Patel describes the persistence and patience she needed to find evidence to prove that a convicted child molester – who had been incarcerated for 10 years – was innocent. The Ethics Bureau at Yale discusses a lawyer’s confidentiality obligations when a former client makes an ineffective assistance of counsel claim.

May 2014

The time is ripe for defense counsel to object to special conditions of supervised release, particularly in sex offense cases.  

June 2014

Doug Passon discusses the elements of an effective sentencing documentary - a solid story, connective characters, and emotionally evocative images.

July/August 2014

Find out why a balance of skilled oration and compelling visuals is essential when making arguments before the modern jury.

September 2014

How can a white collar defense attorney protect the attorney-client privilege after the government executes a search warrant?

October 2014

October 2014 /uploadedImages/images/champion_covers/October_Stash_House_CVR.jpg 2214 Explore the various claims and tools defense attorneys can use to fight stash house cases.

November/December 2014

November/December 2014 /uploadedImages/images/champion_covers/November-December_2014_Miller_Cases_CVR.jpg 2214 Learn the benefits of hiring a forensically trained mental health expert in Miller cases.