• CPD Points: 1 [E] [PS]
  • Price: $89.00
  • Area: Advocacy; Criminal Law; Litigation; Sentencing
  • Delivered: March 2024
Digital Content
  • Recording
  • Paper (A Plea in Mitigation Overview)

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Description

This session delivered into the 2024 Criminal Law Conference by The Honorable Justice Tamara Jago, Supreme Court of Tasmania, and Magistrate Marica Duvnjak, Magistrates Court of Tasmania, addresses the considerations of advocating following a plea of guilty. In this session Justice Jago and Magistrate Harnett share their insights, explore ethical and professional obligations in presenting a plea in mitigation to the court. The session covers:

  • Key considerations in advocating in a plea in mitigations
  • The ethical obligations and duty of care as an advocate in criminal proceedings
  • CPD Points: 1 [E] [PS]
  • Price: $89.00
  • Area: Advocacy; Criminal Law; Litigation; Sentencing
  • Delivered: March 2024
Digital Content
  • Recording
  • Paper (A Plea in Mitigation Overview)

To purchase login below

Description

This session delivered into the 2024 Criminal Law Conference by The Honorable Justice Tamara Jago, Supreme Court of Tasmania, and Magistrate Marica Duvnjak, Magistrates Court of Tasmania, addresses the considerations of advocating following a plea of guilty. In this session Justice Jago and Magistrate Harnett share their insights, explore ethical and professional obligations in presenting a plea in mitigation to the court. The session covers:

  • Key considerations in advocating in a plea in mitigations
  • The ethical obligations and duty of care as an advocate in criminal proceedings

The Honourable Justice Tamara Jago, Supreme Court of Tasmania

About the Presenter:

The Honourable Justice Tamara Jago was appointed as a Judge of the Supreme Court in November 2021. Her Honour graduated from the University of Tasmania with a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) in 1992, before commencing practice in 1993. Justice Jago (appointed to the bench in 2016) holds the distinction of being the first woman in Tasmania to be made Senior Counsel when she was honoured by the 2010 achievement. Justice Jago specialised in criminal law in a private practice in Burnie before taking a position at what is now Tasmania Legal Aid in 2000.

Magistrate Marica Duvnjak, Magistrates Court of Tasmania

About the Presenter:

Magistrate Duvnjak was Deputy President of the Tasmanian Civil and Administrative Tribunal and Chairperson of the Resource Management and Planning Appeals Tribunal before being appointed as a Magistrate in 2022. She was formerly Principal Crown Counsel at the Office of the Solicitor General, member and Chair of the Parole Board of Tasmania, member of the Guardianship and Administration Board, Acting Workers Compensation Commissioner and Criminal injuries Compensation Commissioner. During her 21 years in private practice Magistrate Duvnjak practiced predominantly in the area of civil litigation.

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