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The Criminal Justice Section is open to all lawyers whose practice involves the criminal justice system. The Section’s purpose includes educating Section members and the general public about the criminal justice system and its purpose; fostering productive communication among Section members, members of the judiciary, and criminal justice agencies; and seeking improvement in the operation of the criminal justice system.
Phone: (865) 215-2508
Fax: (865) 215-4291
Hon. Steven W. Sword
Criminal Court, Division I
400 Main Avenue, City County Bldg., Suite 162
Knoxville, TN 37902
Criminal Justice Activities
The Criminal Justice Section represents attorneys and judges who participate in the criminal justice system here in Knox County. To have you name added to the section list, please contact the KBA Office at 522-6522.
Thursday, June 27, 2013
*Not change in date
CRIMINAL JUSTICE SECTION CLE
The program will be held from 12 noon - 1:00 p.m. at the Small Assembly Room, City County Building,
400 Main Avenue. The program features Hon. Mary Beth Leibowitz, Knox County Criminal Court, Division I, Hon. Bob R. McGee, Knox County Criminal Court, Division II, and Hon. Steven W. Sword, Knox County Criminal Court, Division I. What hasn't changed since 1989? No, not the head coach at the University of Tennessee. It's the Local Rules of Knox County Criminal Court. Over the last 24 years, there have been many changes to the law and local practice. The criminal court judges have prepared revisions to the local rules and are seeking input from the local bar. You will be given an opportunity to discuss the proposed changes and suggest amendments, additions, and deletions. Come and listen and let your voice be heard. View the proposed rules.
Approved for 1 Hour of Dual Credit