Pennsylvania's Preliminary Hearing Makes a Comeback

24 May , 2022

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The United States Supreme Court has long held that the preliminary hearing is a critical stage of a criminal prosecution. In 2017, Commonwealth v. McClelland eviscerated the preliminary hearing. 

This one-hour substantive CLE program will examine the evolution of the preliminary hearing and its slow rebirth as a powerful instrument of due process.

 

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