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VTACDL

Lori Jensen

Executive Director

90 Beech Street

Essex Jct., VT  05452
802-343-4628

vtacdl@gmail.com

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2016 Officers

President:

Bob Katims



President-Elect:
Ted Kenney



Secretary: 

Amanda Mowle



Treasurer:

James Valente

 

Public Defender:
Josh O'Hara



At-Large Directors:

(3-year terms expiring 2017)

Rob Sussman
Paul Volk

 

(3-year terms expiring 2018)
Stephanie Foley

Dan McManus

 

(3-year terms expiring 2019)
David Silver

Frank Twarog

 

The Vermont Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

 

 

The Vermont Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers is a group comprised of attorneys admitted to practice law in Vermont who are actively engaged in the defense of criminal cases.

Looking for an attorney?

 

Click here for a list of VTACDL members by county who offer criminal defense representation.

Upcoming EVENTS:

VTACDL's annual sPRING ski/CLE 

at the mAD rIVER bARN

 

FRIDAY, march 4, 2016

 

8:30am Registration, 9:00 am – 11:00 am Program

Located at the Mad River barn, 2849 Mill Brook Road (aka Route 17), Waitsfield, VT 05673

2 hours CLE Ethics Credits

 

EARLY REGISTRATION RATES UNTIL FEBRUARY 19th. 

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Friday, February 26th.

 

"HOW TO PROVIDE THE BEST REPRESENTATION POSSIBLE"
presented by: Stephanie Foley, Esq. & Paul Volk, Esq.

 

 

DISCOUNTED SKI TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE; HOWEVER, YOU DO NOT NEED TO SKI TO ATTEND THE CLE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our mission:

  • To promote study and research in the field of criminal defense law and the related arts.
  • To disseminate and advance by lecture, seminars, and publications the knowledge of the law relating to the criminal defense practice.
  • To promote the proper administration of criminal justice.
  • To foster, maintain and encourage the integrity, independence and expertise of the defense lawyer in criminal cases.
  • To foster periodic meetings of defense lawyers and to provide a forum for the exchange of information regarding the administration of criminal justice.
  • To protect individual rights and improve the criminal law, its practices and procedures.

 

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