Recorded Webinar: Drink Driving, Drug Offences and Domestic Violence (NSW)

Wednesday 9th March 2016

Duration: approx 2 hours
About this webinar

This presentation will discuss the practical side of defending drink driving and drug charges, including:

  • Drink and drug driving:
    • challenging the reading
    • testing the evidence
    • getting the best outcome for infringers
  • Drug offences:
    • types of offences
    • evidentiary issues
    • common lines of attack
    • sentencing
  • Family violence:
    • a review of the law
    • what the police do
    • how to represent the alleged perpetrator

Who should attend

This webinar is suitable for lawyers practising in criminal law in NSW. This webinar is for practitioners with some knowledge in this area and looking to improve their knowledge.

Michal Mantaj, Director and Accredited Specialist in Criminal Law, Conditsis Lawyers, Gosford, NSW

Michal has over 14 years experience as a criminal law practitioner. In that time, Michal has advised and represented thousands of clients charged with criminal offences spaning the whole spectrum of the criminal law, from minor traffic matters to offences attracting a maximum penalty of life imprisonment such as murder and large scale drug trafficking.  He has appeared as solicitor advocate in the Local, District and Supreme Courts.

Additionally, Michal is a Law Society accredited specialist in criminal law; a member of the Law Society Criminal Law Committee; a lecturer at a Traffic Offender Intervention Program and frequently presents papers at MCLE seminars.

Michal is a director at Conditsis Lawyers, where Michal and other advocates, accept instructions from other solicitors to appear in all matters including trials, in much the same way as solicitors would instruct counsel.

Product Code: WB18MAR16
 Price:  $242.00 (Inclusive of GST)
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