Bail Hotline Proud Sponsor of the 2013 CACJ & CPDA Capital Case Defense Seminar

The Capital Case Defense Seminar (CCDS) is an intensive education opportunity for anyone involved in, or considering taking on, the defense of a capital case. It is designed not only for lawyers, but also for mitigation specialists, paralegals, investigators, and experts working in capital defense.

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“Being a part of these events showcases our commitment to the attorneys we work hand-in-hand with everyday,“ said Daniel McGuire, CEO of Bail Hotline Bail Bonds.

Riverside, CA (PRWEB) February 12, 2013

Bail Hotline Bail Bonds is proud to support the CACJ/CPDA Capital Case Defense Seminar, the largest of its kind in the nation. CCDS is unique in that it offers lectures as well as specialized workshops that give participants the chance to brainstorm and exchange information with other participants.

Experienced practitioners in any jurisdiction and those just entering the field can benefit from the lectures and workshops featuring experienced lawyers and experts, from both California and across the nation. Natasha Minsker, Death Penalty Policy Director of the ACLU of Northern California, will be keynote speaker at the event.

“Being a part of these events showcases our commitment to the attorneys we work hand-in-hand with everyday,“ said Daniel McGuire , CEO of Bail Hotline Bail Bonds. “Furthermore, it is important to keep abreast of criminal law issues, and the CCDS is a perfect forum for this.”

This year the CCDS will also include several sessions addressing felony charges other than capital cases.

About Bail Hotline Bail Bonds

With over 27 offices throughout all of California, Bail Hotline Bail Bonds offers thorough and quality assistance to individuals and families 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A family-owned and operated business, Bail Hotline strives to provide the best bail services in both minor and severe situations. If you cannot make it to one of the bail bond offices, Bail Hotline’s mobile service can assist you. Call 1-888-958-1228 or fill out our form for more information.


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