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FL 5-Part Trial Series, Part 1: Overview of FL Trial/Evidentiary Hearing

  • Wednesday, October 04, 2023
  • 3:30 PM - 4:45 PM
  • Gibson Courthouse, D43
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  • Open to all PCBA and non-PCBA members who are not members of the family law section

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Family Law Section's 5-Part Trial/Evidentiary Hearing Series


Overview of a Family Law Trial/Evidentiary Hearing

Date:  Wednesday, October 4, 2023

Time:  3:15pm (check-in) - 4:45pm

Location:  Gibson Courthouse, Dept. 43

Note Registration closes on October 3!  Sign-up now to reserve your spot

PCBA's Family Law Section, in conjunction with the Hon. Suzanne Gazzaniga, will be presenting a 5 part family law trial/evidentiary hearing series.  Part 1, which is an overview of a family law trial/evidentiary hearing, will be held in Department 43 of the Gibson Courthouse.

To sign up for Parts 2-5, please sign up for each session you wish to attend.  Registration for each session closes the day before that session begins.  Please note, Parts 1-3 are held on Wednesdays in Department 43 while Parts 4 & 5 are being held on Tuesdays in Department 43.  Each session begins at 3:30 pm until 4:45.  Be sure to check in, sign the attendance sheet and find a seat by 3:15pm before the doors close promptly at 3:30pm.

Part 2 will focus on evidence (admissibility, Types and EC 352).  This segment will be held on Wednesday, October 18, same time, same place as Part 1.

Part 3 will focus on evidence as it relates to lay and expert witness testimony and hearsay.  This will be held same time, same place on Wednesday, November 1.

Part 4 will continue focusing on evidence as it relates to documentary evidence - authentication/foundation and miscellaneous evidence issues.  Part 4 and Part 5 will be held on Tuesdays.  Part 4 will be held on Tuesday, November 14 at the same time and same department as Parts 1-3.

Part 5 will focus on closing and briefing to include trial wrap up and briefing/statement of decisions.  This final part will be held on Tuesday, November 28.

Cost is $20 for all PCBA Family Law Section members, $25 for all other registrants whether or not you are a PCBA member.  *Registration fees cover PCBA administration expenses without compensation to the court, judiciary or court staff.

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