Ripped From the Headlines: Richmond Hill and the Defense of Monserrate Shirley
Thu, February 23, 2017
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM ET
The cards have already been dealt. Opinions have been formed. How, as a defense attorney, do you approach that kind of criminal case?
Monserrate Shirley was recently sentenced to 50 years in prison for her involvement in a 2012 plot to blow up her Richmond Hill home in order to collect $300,000 in insurance money. Come to this program and hear first-hand experiences from Shirley's defense attorneys, and the unique steps they took to approach this specific case, which ultimately concluded after a two-day sentencing hearing.
This program is part of the "Ripped from the Headlines" series. Join us on the Northside the final Thursday of each month for interactive discussions on this year's hottest topics and current events, and the legal issues that relate to them.
Speakers: James H. Voyles Jr. and Jennifer M. Lukemeyer, both of Voyles Zahn & Paul
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