Craving a Bit of the Regular Fare? Tune In for a Criminal Law Update

Like everyone else, our work at the School of Government has been altered by the COVID-19 pandemic. We have written, and will continue to write, about executive orders from the Governor, directives from the Chief Justice, and other pandemic-related issues. But, like many of you, our regular nonpandemic-related work continues. The appellate courts continue to decide cases, and questions about how those cases apply to ongoing litigation still arise.

We usually discuss recent case law with criminal law practitioners at conferences held around the state. Right now, those aren’t happening. For those of you who are craving a bit of the regular fare, we are offering a special Friday feature. Jamie Markham, Jonathan Holbrook, and I will host an online forum this Friday, March 27, 2020, at 1 p.m. to talk about recent criminal law decisions by our appellate courts. Read on for instructions on how you can tune in to our hour-long program.

You may join our Zoom Meeting by clicking here:  https://unc.zoom.us/j/603057383

The meeting ID is 603 057 383. You may join from your smart phone or computer. Participants will be muted but may send in questions using the chat feature.

We look forward to speaking with you on Friday!

One comment on “Craving a Bit of the Regular Fare? Tune In for a Criminal Law Update

  1. what is the NC law on a investigator not being licensed but on a federal murder case?