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Bail and Bond Advocacy in Wisconsin 2023

Product ID: CA3446R
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Endorsed by the Criminal Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin

Let’s bail

When someone is charged with a crime in Wisconsin, they may be eligible for pretrial release provided they abide by any non-monetary bond conditions and pay any required cash bail. The Wisconsin Statutes provide that bail may be imposed at a defendant’s initial appearance if the court finds it necessary to assure the defendant’s future appearance before the court.1 If you’re representing a criminal defendant at their initial appearance, how do you prepare your client for the best possible outcome?

At Bail and Bond Advocacy in Wisconsin, Brian Dimmer will help you make sense of the bail process, so you can provide the most effective representation for clients facing pretrial detention. You’ll discover how to:

  • Develop a solid strategy for the hearing
  • Help your client anticipate and address concerns the court may have
  • Prepare your client for conditions that may be imposed on bail or bond
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Pricing

Member $89.00

Non-Member $139.00

Credits

1 CLE

Date and Time

Monday, January 30, 202312:00 PM - 12:50 PM CT

Add to Calendar 1/30/2023 12:00:00 PM 1/30/2023 12:50:00 PM America/Chicago Bail and Bond Advocacy in Wisconsin 2023

Endorsed by the Criminal Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin

Let’s bail

When someone is charged with a crime in Wisconsin, they may be eligible for pretrial release provided they abide by any non-monetary bond conditions and pay any required cash bail. The Wisconsin Statutes provide that bail may be imposed at a defendant’s initial appearance if the court finds it necessary to assure the defendant’s future appearance before the court.1 If you’re representing a criminal defendant at their initial appearance, how do you prepare your client for the best possible outcome?

At Bail and Bond Advocacy in Wisconsin, Brian Dimmer will help you make sense of the bail process, so you can provide the most effective representation for clients facing pretrial detention. You’ll discover how to:

  • Develop a solid strategy for the hearing
  • Help your client anticipate and address concerns the court may have
  • Prepare your client for conditions that may be imposed on bail or bond
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Endorsed by the Criminal Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin

Let’s bail

When someone is charged with a crime in Wisconsin, they may be eligible for pretrial release provided they abide by any non-monetary bond conditions and pay any required cash bail. The Wisconsin Statutes provide that bail may be imposed at a defendant’s initial appearance if the court finds it necessary to assure the defendant’s future appearance before the court.1 If you’re representing a criminal defendant at their initial appearance, how do you prepare your client for the best possible outcome?

At Bail and Bond Advocacy in Wisconsin, Brian Dimmer will help you make sense of the bail process, so you can provide the most effective representation for clients facing pretrial detention. You’ll discover how to:

  • Develop a solid strategy for the hearing
  • Help your client anticipate and address concerns the court may have
  • Prepare your client for conditions that may be imposed on bail or bond
Read More ↓

Brian Dimmer is a criminal defense attorney who recently launched Racine Defense, a criminal defense firm in Racine. He has served on the State Bar of Wisconsin Board of Governors as well as the Racine County Bar Association Board of Governors and is a graduate of Marquette University Law School.

  • Receive an overview of the bond process
  • Understand factors the court will consider in making a bail or bond determination
  • Know the scenarios in which revocation of bond is likely
  • Explore important considerations to discuss with your client
  • Prepare your client for modifications to everyday living on bond
  • Criminal defense lawyers
  • General practitioners
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