Search Results

100 results found for indigent defense in search category NACDL Website Showing Page 1of 10 Pages: 1 2345678910

Indigent Defense Gary Parker: 2003 Champion of Indigent Defense Award Recipient

Indigent Defense-- Gary Parker: 2003 Champion of Indigent Defense Award Recipient Stephen Bright

By Stephen Bright in December 2003
Category: The Champion Magazine
Indigent Defense

Indigent Defense Kate Jones May 2002 34   News Briefs Alabama lawyers earn victory on court-appointed fees In mid-February, Governor Don Siegelman stopped paying overhead expenses to court-appointed attorneys in Alabama. Overhead expenses have been routinely included in assigned counsel fees

By Kate Jones in May 2002
Category: The Champion Magazine
Developments in Indigent Defense

Calls for reform to indigent defense systems have begun to resonate with some state governments.

By John P. Gross in June 2012
Category: The Champion Magazine
Indigent Defense

Indigent Defense Priscilla Forsyth March 2002 52 A year ago in Las Vegas, the NACDL Indigent Defense Committee (IDC) voted to create an annual award to recognize those who work to improve indigent defense systems. The NACDL Board of Directors approved the new “Champion of Indigent Defense Award” at

By Priscilla Forsyth in March 2002
Category: The Champion Magazine
Indigent Defense

Indigent Defense Kate Jones January/February 2001 16 IDC Offers Support and Assistance to Indigent Defense Lawyers To better serve NACDL members who practice indigent defense, the Indigent Defense Committee (IDC) is putting together initiatives to help you. First, an IDC subcommittee has been

By Kate Jones in January/February 2001
Category: The Champion Magazine
Nevada Supreme Court Justice Cherry Receives NACDL Champion of Indigent Defense Award (NACDL News)
Nevada Supreme Court Justice Cherry Receives NACDL Champion of Indigent Defense Award (NACDL News)
By Ivan J. Dominguez in January/February 2012
Category: The Champion Magazine
NACDL News: Seattle Defense Attorney Colette Tvedt Appointed NACDL Indigent Defense Director
On May 8, NACDL announced the appointment of Colette Tvedt as indigent defense training and reform director. Tvedt has devoted her career over the past 25 years to representing poor people accused of crimes. She spent 18 of those years as a public defender and the last seven in private practice with Seattle law firm Schroeter, Goldmark & Bender, where she continued to represent the indigent by court appointment in state and federal court, as well as serving without pay on the board of one of Seattle’s public defender providers.
By Ivan J. Dominguez and Isaac Kramer in June 2014
Category: The Champion Magazine
Inside NACDL: A Fundamental Flaw in the Federal Indigent Defense System: Lack of Independence From Judicial Control

On September 9, 2015, NACDL released a report titled “Federal Indigent Defense 2015: The Independence Imperative.” The report articulates seven fundamental principles that are essential to ensure a robust federal indigent defense system.

By Norman L. Reimer in August 2015
Category: The Champion Magazine
NACDL News: NACDL’s Task Force on Federal Indigent Defense Convenes Inaugural Meeting
The newly established NACDL Task Force on Federal Indigent Defense held its first meeting Nov. 25 at the association’s headquarters in Washington, D.C.
By Ivan J. Dominguez in December 2013
Category: The Champion Magazine
NACDL News: Groundbreaking Report Offers Solutions to America’s Indigent Defense Crisis

NACDL News: Groundbreaking Report Offers Solutions to America’s Indigent Defense Crisis Ivan J. Dominguez NACDL News January/February 2013 12 NACDL and the ABA’s Standing Committee on Legal Aid & Indigent Defendants (ABA/SCLAID) recently released National Indigent Defense Reform: The Solution i

By Ivan J. Dominguez in January/February 2013
Category: The Champion Magazine
Showing Page 1of 10 Pages: 1 2345678910
Advertisement Advertise with Us
ad