2012 Traffic Law School

Returning to the ICLEF curriculum is our annual ICLEF Traffic Law School seminar on December 20th. Former Prosecutor now Defense Attorney Bradley Keffer chairs this year’s effort which will cover a wide variety of issues pertaining to the State’s traffic law courts.

The morning will begin with a discussion of ethical considerations relevant to this arena including thoughts on how traffic offenses of practicing attorneys are considered by the Indiana Disciplinary Commission. Danville attorney Tom Brenton will follow this discussion with a practical approach dealing with those offenses that bring about license suspensions. The morning concludes with Tom Hirschauer of the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office addressing automobile search and seizures.

The afternoon begins with what has always been an active discussion regarding the BMV with Indiana BMV General Counsel Elizabeth Murphy and BMV Staff Attorney Melissa Reynolds.

The day concludes with an overview of administrative regulations form veteran attorney John Tompkins and a “view from the bench” from Superior Court Judge William Nelson.

Join us for a full day of essential information as well as tips from these leading experts in the area of Traffic Law.

2012 Traffic Law School – 6 CLE
This program is no longer available as a Live In-Person Seminar. However, you can still view the Video Replay, the Online/On Demand Video or purchase the Publication of this Seminar by Clicking Here.

 ICLEF • Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, Indianapolis, IN

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