Jail Credit and Sentencing in District Court

Live date: 
Thursday, September 22, 2011 - 12:00pm

"Jail Credit and Sentencing in District Court" was presented by Anthony "Tony" Purcell, Assistant Public Defender in Mecklenburg County, at the 2011 New Misdemeanor Defender Training. In this session, Tony provides an overview for new defenders on topics such as calculating jail credit, determining what qualifies as a prior conviction for determining prior record level, concurrent versus consecutive sentences, and lawful conditions of probation. The session also highlights changes to North Carolina's sentencing laws under the Justice Reinvestment Act (S.L. 2011-192).

W. Anthony Purcell, Assistant Public Defender/Misdemeanor Chief, Mecklenburg County
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1.00 hours
CLE Value:
1 hrs
1 hrs

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Jail Credit and Sentencing
September, 2011

Presentation slides accompanying the online module Jail Credit and Sentencing in District Court.

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