UNC School of Government

Advanced Criminal Procedure for Magistrates

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About the course

A two-day Judicial College course for experienced magistrates on criminal procedure. This course will help magistrates improve their performance with basic criminal procedure tasks such as determining probable cause, selecting process, conducting initial appearances, and setting bonds.

Topics - Courts and Judicial Administration

  • Criminal Law and Procedure
  • Pretrial Procedure

Who should attend

Intended for NC magistrates with 2+ years of experience

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Jeffrey Welty

Jeff Welty joined the School of Government in 2008 and works in the area of criminal law and procedure. His research interests include search and seizure, digital evidence, criminal pleadings, capital punishment, and firearms law. He serves as the director of the North Carolina Judicial College, ...


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