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The Effect of Criminal Convictions on Military Personnel

Presented by Renee Stackhouse & Phillip Stackhouse

(6,121 Ratings)

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Course Description

Length: 1h 0min    Published: 12/12/2018    
A criminal conviction can end a military career. Unfortunately, many attorneys are unaware of the effect that a plea can have on their service member client’s career. This course will identify which convictions require mandatory processing, which convictions can lead to processing, and which conviction are not necessarily career-enders. All attorneys practicing criminal defense with service members clients should attend!
Learning Objectives
* Understand the impact criminal convictions can have on military clients
* Learn which types of convictions require mandatory processing
* Learn how to counsel military clients on plea agreements
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Presented By:

Renee Stackhouse

San Diego, CA


Phillip Stackhouse


Featured Reviews

"Excellent presentation on a discrete and specialized practice area. The use of two presenters in a sort of tag-team delivery is very effective and engaging. A "must see" if your practice is near a large military base and you are thinking of reaching out to and serving the active duty military community."

   Richard B

"Highly informative! Very useful for civilian attorneys who have service members as clients."