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Municipal Law Institute 2009 (Ninth Annual)
June A. Witterschein, David A. Cruickshank, Martha j. Mullen
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Chapter 1. Jury Selection for Municipal Attorneys
Chapter 2. Judge’s Pet Peeves About Voir Dire
Chapter 3. Twenty-Five Common Mistakes Attorneys Make in Voir Dire
Chapter 4. Jury Selection
Chapter 5. District of Columbia v. Heller: What Was Decided and What Has Been Decided Since
Chapter 6. Selected Cases Related to District of Columbia v. Heller
Chapter 7. Gun Fight, Revisited
Chapter 8. Another Self-inflicted Wound?
Chapter 9. Firearms Legislation and Regulation: Potential Issues Municipal Lawyers Face
Chapter 10. Compendium of State Firearms Laws
Chapter 11. 2008 Brady Campaign State Scorecard
Chapter 12. Appendix A—Snapshot of Federal, State and Selected Local Gun Laws
Chapter 13. The City of New York’s Public Nuisance suit Against Retail Gun Dealers
Chapter 14. Amended Complaint—City of New York v. A-1 Jewelry & Pawn, Inc.; Cole’s Gun Shop, Inc., et al
Chapter 15. Supplemental Expert Report
Chapter 16. City of New York v. A-1 Jewelry & Pawn: 501 f. Supp. 2d 369
Chapter 17. The Movement of Illegal Guns in America Report
Chapter 18. Declaration of Sania Franken
Chapter 19. Negotiation Skills & Ethics
Chapter 20. Ethics in Negotiation Scenario
Chapter 21. The Government Attorney: Who Is the Client? When Does It Matter? and What Is the Impact of Open Government Laws?
Chapter 22. Comparing the New NY Rules of Professional Conduct to the Existing NY Code of Professional Responsibility (Part I)
Chapter 23. Attorney-Client Privilege
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