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On Demand

Recognizing and Responding to Hate Crimes


Total Credits: 1.5 CLE

Average Rating:
   12
Categories:
Constitutional Law |  Criminal Litigation
Original Program Date:
Jun 28, 2022


Description

Crimes of violence against Asian Americans have focused attention on the devastating impact of hate crimes in our society. This seminar emphasizes the importance of bringing awareness of hate crimes to our communities. It also examines the legal framework of hate crimes in Arizona and federal laws and the impact these laws might have on the First  Amendment.


What You’ll Learn:
  • Operation and application of Federal and Arizona hate crime statutes
  • Impact of hate crimes on personal and professional lives
  • Implications hate crimes may have on the First Amendment
Presented by:
Council on Minorities and Women in the Law

Chair:
Stacey Good, Mesa City Prosecutor’s Office

Faculty:
David Bodney, Ballard Spahr, LLP
Candice Cho, Managing Director of Policy and Legal Council, AAPI Equity Alliance
William Voit, United States Attorney’s Office

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Overall:      4.4

Total Reviews: 12

Comments

Stuart W

"A little more practice pointers would have been helpful"

Eli G

"Well balanced CLE"

S W

"My perspective is materials may always be better as well as the presentation of materials. We can all improve."

Fred H

"Great Program. This should be required viewing for everyone including middle school and high school students!"

Michael D

"Very informative. I work for a church and the federal statutes relating to hate crimes with churches as targets was very helpful."