American Bar Association
Criminal Justice Section: Criminal Procedure and Evidence Committee

Criminal Justice Section:
Criminal Procedure and Evidence Committee

About the Committee

Reviews contemporary issues relating to criminal rules of procedure, particularly those concerning the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure.


  1. To monitor developments related to the Federal Rules of Evidence and of Criminal Procedure, offering commentary where appropriate, with the goal of becoming involved as early in the process as possible.

  2. To consider and offer commentary on proposed amendments to Fed. R. Evid. 803(16) (the proposal to abrogate the ancient documents exception to hearsay) and 902 (the proposal to permit the certification of electronic documents under certain circumstances).

  3. To organize a CLE panel, workshop, or a symposium on issues relating to expanding disclosure requirements applicable to cases resolved before trial.

  4. To consider measures that might encourage capable new lawyers to engage in criminal law.

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      Southeastern White Collar Crime Institute 2018

      Chateau Elan Inn

      The event will be held on 09/05/2018 - 09/07/2018. The format is In-Person. The event sponsor(s) are Criminal Justice Section. The event has 0.00 CLE Credits .

      7th Annual London White Collar Crime Institute


      Back for its seventh year in a row, the Criminal Justice Section is hosting a one and half day white collar crime institute in London. Bringing together top lawyers, academics, government officials and practitioners to discuss the latest trends, topics and cases facing this dynamic field. To learn ...

      33rd Annual National Institute on White Collar Crime

      Hilton New Orleans Riverside
      New Orleans

      The 2019 White Collar Crime National Institute marks its 33rd consecutive year March 6-8, 2019. Last year, attendance exceeded 1,000 at this annual gathering of the national white collar bar. The institute proudly continues to present outstanding panelists who deal with some of the most significant issues ...


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