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Domestic Violence Month Awareness - Family Offenses vs. Criminal Complaint: How to advise your client. - DVD/CD - Wednesday, October 16, 2019

$60.00 each


*Recorded on October 16th, 2019*


Join us during Domestic Violence Month for a series of CLE programs in partnership with the Suffolk County Women’s Bar Association that focuses on the impact domestic violence has on the lives of survivors and resources available. This lunch and learn program focuses on family offenses vs crimes; what to do if the complaint is civil to provide relief and end the violence, interviewing the victims, drafting the petitions, and use of evidence.



Roseann Orlando, Esq., Court Attorney Referee, Family Court

Kathy Small, Esq., Mazzara and Small, P.C.


Location: John P. Cohalan, Jr. Courthouse

                400 Carleton Avenue, Central Jury Room, Central Islip


Time: 12:45 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Registration begins 12:15 p.m.


MCLE Credit: 1.5 Professional Practice (Transitional & Non-Transitional)