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Friday, October 13, 2017

Crowne Plaza Resort Asheville
One Resort Drive
Asheville, NC 28806

AAPA’s Seminars are designed specifically for paralegals, legal assistants, and legal support staff offering 6.0 CPE hours.*

8:20 AM – Morning and Full Day Registration

8:40 AM – Welcoming Remarks, Jenny Iaquinto, President, AAPA

8:45 AM – Prosecution:  A Broader Perspective, Alex Bass, Esq., Assistant District Attorney, 28th Prosecutional District of NC

9:45 AM – Nuts and Bolts of Criminal District Court, M. LeAnn Melton, Esq., Chief Public Defender, Buncombe County

10:45 AM – Morning Break

11:00 AM – Let’s Get Ethical, Ethical…, James K. Minick, Esq., Minick Law, P.C.

12:00 PM – Lunch (Catered by Crowne Plaza)

12:45 PM – Afternoon Registration

1:00 PM – Felony Cases in North Carolina Superior Court, Andrew B. Banzhoff, Devereux & Banzhoff, PLLC

2:00 PM – Afternoon Break

2:15 PM – The Evaluation of Criminal Suspects: Criminal Profiling, Lie Detection, and Forensic Assessment, Pamela Laughon, PhD, Chair and Associate Professor of Psychology, UNC-Asheville

3:15 PM – Afternoon Break

3:30 PM – State vs. Federal Procedures, The Honorable Dennis L. Howell, United States Magistrate Judge, Western District of NC

4:30 PM – End


Registrants will be emailed the seminar materials by 10.10.2017 to the email address provided. Registrants are encouraged to bring their laptop computers or printed materials to the seminar to access these documents.


THE FINE PRINT: Payment in full must accompany registration.  Door Registrations are not accepted; please pre-register to ensure a seat. Final Registrations must be submitted no later than 12:00 p.m. on Monday, 10.9.17 to be included in hotel head count for lunch – any last minute registrations after this date will not include lunch.  Cancellations received by 3.24.17 are refunded less a $25 service charge; no refunds will be given after this date.  Substitutions are not permitted.  Members who would like to present at a future seminar will be enrolled for full day attendance at no charge.  *Approved by the NC State Bar for 6.0 hours CPE credit (5.0 General; 1.0 Ethics).


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