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SAFE-T Act for Downstate Practitioners​​​

Knox County State’s Attorney Jeremy Karlin explains the application of the SAFE-T Act outside of Cook and the collar counties to explore its impact on practitioners and cases in downstate Illinois.
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SKU: P2401-24R
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Knox County State’s Attorney Jeremy Karlin explains the practical impacts of the SAFE-T Act for downstate counties. The discussion includes an overview of forms his office uses, such as petitions to deny or revoke pretrial release and orders continuing hearings, and various processes, such as modifying conditions of pretrial release and operational changes to sanctions and the revocation of pretrial releases. Mr. Karlin focuses exclusively on the application of the SAFE-T Act outside of Cook and the collar counties to explore its impact on practitioners and cases in downstate Illinois. 

Jeremy Karlin, Knox County State's Attorney

Expires: 12/1/2025

Knox County State’s Attorney Jeremy Karlin explains the practical impacts of the SAFE-T Act for downstate counties. The discussion includes an overview of forms his office uses, such as petitions to deny or revoke pretrial release and orders continuing hearings, and various processes, such as modifying conditions of pretrial release and operational changes to sanctions and the revocation of pretrial releases. Mr. Karlin focuses exclusively on the application of the SAFE-T Act outside of Cook and the collar counties to explore its impact on practitioners and cases in downstate Illinois. 

Jeremy Karlin, Knox County State's Attorney

Expires: 12/1/2025

Products specifications
Media TypeOnline On-Demand
Program Date12/1/2025
CategoryCriminal
Products specifications
Media TypeOnline On-Demand
Program Date12/1/2025
CategoryCriminal
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