Topic: The issues of representing clients in criminal court while recognizing their family law issues
This presentation will address issues that arise when representing a defendant who is charged with a crime that has direct consequences on the ongoing family court matter. There are clients charged with domestic assault or harassing behaviors that have family court matters which directly affect what happens in criminal court.
Speaker: Robert “Bob” Oleisky
Robert Oleisky has been practicing criminal defense law since 1992. He has been partners with his sister, Jill, for 23 years. While the majority of his practice has been representing adults, he does represent many juveniles as well. His practice takes him throughout the metro area where he handles everything from DWIs and driving offenses to drug cases, thefts, assaults and sex crimes.
Remote attendance is available.
· Member Cost: Free
· Non-Member Cost: $15
CLE credit has been applied for this session.
Please RSVP by March 9, 2020.
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