Join fellow criminal practitioners on the 31st March for training that will commence with a short 15-minute presentation from a representative from NAPO, followed by a 2-part training session in relation to costs and developments in criminal practice and procedure, delivered by CrimeLine's Andrew Keogh.

14:00 Start

The training will commence with a short 15-minute presentation from a representative from NAPO.  This will be followed by a 2-part training session in relation to costs and developments in criminal practice and procedure, delivered by CrimeLine's Andrew Keogh:

14:20 Session 1: Costs

    1. The changing costs landscape
    2. Maximising Crown Court Fees
      • Case Types
      • Case categories
      • Re-categorisation
      • Chasing PPE, transfers and other issues
    3. Electronic Evidence
      • Fast moving area
      • Significant sums of money involved
      • Coverage of the latest cases:
        • R v Jackson
        • R v Lee
        • R v Wortley
      • Trials and re-trials
        • R v Nettleton (No 2) and others
        • Significant new case law
      • Video and audio
        • Can Lord Chancellor v Micheal J Reed be revisited?
        • Latest case law
      • AGF v LGF
        • Fundamentals

15:50 Short break

16:00: Session 2: On the horizon – developments in criminal law practice and procedure that impact now

17:00 Close

2 comments… add one
  • Kishoree_Kotecha-Pau 02/04/2014, 12:01

    we were advised not to make notes as the power point would be available for

    LCCSA Training Day – 31/03/2014: Legal aid, costs cases and the tale of the financial lifeboat

    please confirm CPD ref and how we may access this . thanks

    Reply
    • Jim Meyer 02/04/2014, 13:05

      The slides can be downloaded from here and you can take the quiz to each the second lot of CPD points.

      The CPD reference for the training session on the 31st April is FG/LCCS 2014.0331.

      Reply

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