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Rick A Unklesbay


began as a prosecutor in 1981 with the Pima County Attorney's Office and retired in 2021. In that time he has served as a deputy county attorney, supervisor of violent crimes, Chief Trial Counsel and Chief Criminal Deputy. Currently he runs a program in the office called the Conviction Integrity Unit in which claims of innocence are evaluated and resolved. In his career Mr. Unklesbay has tried over 100 first degree murder cases to jury including more than 20 that were tried as death penalty cases.

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Arbitrary Death – A Prosecutor’s Perspective On The Death Penalty


Total Credits: 1.5 CLE, 0.5 Ethics

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   4
Categories:
Criminal Litigation
Original Program Date:
Jun 09, 2021
SKU:
J2185
Short Description:
Join Rick Unklesbay and Laura Udall for this in-depth discussion of Unklesbay’s recently published book, “ARBITRARY DEATH – A Prosecutor’s Perspective On The Death Penalty”.

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Hot Button Ethical Issues in Trial Practice


Total Credits: 3 CLE, 3 Ethics

Average Rating:
   49
Categories:
Criminal Litigation |  Ethics |  Civil Litigation |  Trial Practice
Format:
Audio and Video
Original Program Date:
May 17, 2024
SKU:
J24253

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