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38th Annual Criminal Year 2020 Program | Friday, April 17, 2020 | Session: "2020 Constitutional Law Update"

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Dave Cole
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The Arizona Prosecuting Attorneys' Advisory Council & CLE West


The 38th Annual Criminal Year Program 2020

Session: Constitutional Law Update

The Honorable Dave Cole, Retired Judge of the Maricopa County Superior Court; Senior Litigation Counsel, Arizona Attorney General’s Office




This one day seminar features presentations from all perspectives - judicial, prosecution, and defense - in addition to outstanding written materials prepared by The Honorable Crane McClennen (ret.).

Our elite faculty will be covering 50 of the most critical cases of 2018 and 2019 from the U.S. Supreme CourtArizona Supreme Court and Arizona Court of Appeals. These cases will be analyzed for both prosecutors and defense counsel by our judges and other faculty members. And will cover criminal procedure, evidence, criminal substantive law, and constitutional issues.
This seminar provides a truly balanced presentation of the most important cases and issues of 2018 and 2019. 



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Retired Judge of the Maricopa County Superior Court; of Counsel, Poli, Moon, and Zane, PLLC

Arizona Attorney General's Office

Dave Cole, who currently serves in an "of counsel" capacity at the law firm of Poli, Moon, and Zane, was admitted to the State Bar of Arizona in 1976. He has served in a number of capacities and places, including the Pima and Maricopa County Attorney's Offices, the Office of the Attorney General (first as an AAG and later as Solicitor General), and as Clerk of the Court for the Arizona Supreme Court. He served on the Maricopa County Superior Court bench from 1989 to 2007, where he spent the majority of his time in the Criminal and Special Assignment Departments. In the 1980's, he taught Evidence, Criminal Procedure, and Trial Advocacy) at the Pepperdine University School of Law. He taught ten different courses at the Phoenix School of Law and has served as an adjunct professor at ASU's Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law. He has served on a number of commissions and committees, including then-Attorney General Napolitano's Capital Case Commission and as co-chair of the Arizona Supreme Court's Victims' Rights Implementation Committee. He is a former member of the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission and served as a member of the Arizona Supreme Court's Commission on the Rules of Evidence from 2010-2018. Dave has four adult children and three beautiful granddaughters.