Alabama Criminal Law Bundle

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United Institute for Continuing Legal Education is a provider of accredited CLE courses throughout the country. To view our accreditation details for Alabama, please click here.

6.9 Credits
w/ 1.1 Ethics Credits
Only $169
Courses Priced
Individually at $202
We have selected our most popular lectures and bundled them together into our Criminal Law Bundle. This Bundle contains 6.5 Credit Hours of CLE Lectures including 1 hour of Ethics.
From John Gotti to O.J. Simpson, there is no shortage of high profile cases involving defendants the public loves to hate. And right there by their side, is the defense attorney no one can understand. How can they defend such obvious criminals? In th...
General Credits:2
Mental illness is often considered a mitigating factor in criminal cases. This fascinating and informative CLE course will explore the mitigation strategies for clients suffering from Borderline Personality Disorder, one of the least understood yet c...
General Credits:1.2
The ethical boundaries of social media, with its constantly expanding and evolving landscape, is critical to an attorney’s knowledge base both in evidence collection and case investigations. This CLE course will review relevant issues including prete...
Ethics Credits:1.1
Under the bright glare of media attention and with the potential for stiff penalties and long-term incarceration, federal criminal trials are no place for newbies. It takes practice and experience, as well as intensive preparation and a solid strateg...
General Credits:1
Media scrutiny of law enforcement actions is at an all-time high. No matter your stand, issues of use of force and related controversies are critical for anyone who sues, defends or advises law enforcement. This CLE course will cover all of these is...
General Credits:1.6
6.9 Credits
w/ 1.1 Ethics Credits
Only $169
United Institute for Continuing Legal Education is a provider of accredited CLE courses throughout the country. To view our accreditation details for Alabama, please click here.