Keller speaks at National Trial Lawyers, Trial Summit on Prosecutorial Misconduct

January 22, 2014  |   Uncategorized   |     |   Comments Off on Keller speaks at National Trial Lawyers, Trial Summit on Prosecutorial Misconduct

Jennifer Keller spoke in Miami, Florida, to the National Trial Lawyers, Trial Summit on Prosecutorial Misconduct on January 21, 2014.

Jennifer’s presentation was on “Tricks, Traps and Travesties: Keep Your Guard Up to Avoid.”  Later, she spoke as part of a panel that included Mark O’Meara and Jose Baez.

 

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