ACDL-NJ's 24th Annual Super Saturday Seminar Covers Cutting-Edge Criminal Law, Technology and Immigration Issues (October 27, 2012)

Post date: Dec 6, 2012 2:48:12 PM

The ACDL-NJ's 24th Annual Super Saturday continuing legal education seminar on October 27, 2012 was a tremendous success. Thanks to the efforts of our Education and Seminars Committee, Super Saturday attendees received updates on several cutting-edge subjects critical to advising criminal clients, from renowned, knowledgeable speakers.

Hon. Edwin H. Stern

Hon. Edwin H. Stern (JAD, Ret.) presented "Updates in Criminal Law: A State and Federal Perspective," providing an overview of recent New Jersey and U.S. Supreme Court criminal law decisions, and his perspective on trends in recent criminal jurisprudence. 

Steven Altman, Philip Nettle, and Roy Greenman presented "Computers, Cellphones & GPS: How to Obtain and Use Electronic Data in Your Defense," describing recent examples of significant cases in which understanding current technology made a real difference. 

Finally, Municipal Court Judge Jonathan M. Rosenbluth, J.M.C., Michael Noriega, and Paul H. Feinberg discussed "Ethics & Municipal Court: The Ethics of Representing Clients with Immigration Issues," updating attendees about new ethical obligations in advising clients of immigration consequences arising from the U.S. Supreme Court's Padilla decision and its progeny.  


Panelist the Honorable Ed Stern

ACDL Member Rob Scrivo signs in as Al DeCotiis tries to cut in line while texting a client

Joe Rotella and Tim Donohue

Trustee Stacy Biancamano and member Joe Rubino

President Tim Donohue with the Honorable Jon Rosenbluth

Panelists Mike Noriega and Steve Altman with President-Elect Darren Gelber

As usual, Brian Neary mugs for the camera while Howard Brownstein and Rich Regan try to look interested.


Panelist, the Honorable Jon Rosenbluth


Ginny Whipple, Rich Regan and Tim Donohue

Frank Arleo and Linda Foster

President Tim Donohue celebrates the arrival of the Great Pumpkin

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