This Wednesday, November 12th, PCLP is proud to host Patricia Stevens and Jason Kalish of the Maricopa County Attorney's Office. They will discuss "Capital Punishment from the Prosecutor's Perspective."
Patricia Stevens graduated from the University of Arizona College of Law in 1991, After spending 3 years in San Diego working in a family law firm assisting with juvenile dependency cases, she returned to Arizona in 1994 and joined the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office. She has worked in the Trials, Gangs, Homicide and Capital Litigation Bureaus and was also a supervisor of the Family Violence Bureau for 3 years. She have been handling capital cases since 2000 and have completed approximately 16 death penalty trials. Now, she serves as the Assistant Chief of the Capital Litigation Bureau.
Jason Kalish graduated from the University of Arizona Law School in 1997 and immediately began work as a Deputy County Attorney. During that time he was been assigned to the Trial Division and then later did trial work in the Gang/Repeat Offender Bureau, the Family Violence Bureau, the Homicide Bureau and most recently the Capital Litigation Bureau. In his career he has also served as a Bureau Chief in the Charging Bureau, Preliminary Hearing Bureau and Juvenile Bureau. He is currently the Bureau Chief in charge of Training and Development.
We will be meeting in Room 118 and pizza will be served at 12 pm.
CLE credit available for attorneys. Download CLE Certificate 11-12-14
Hope to see you all there!