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Domestic Violence Cases (2022 Criminal Law Symposium Session)


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  • Start Date:2022-06-02 20:00:00
  • End Date:2024-06-02 20:00:00
  • Length:
  • Level:Intermediate
  • Topics:Criminal Law

$79.00 ["ProPass"]

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Overview

Pennsylvania has its own policies and procedures for handling domestic violence case. If a domestic violence victim comes to you for help, you will need to know those specifics to be the best possible advocate. This session will give you the tools you need to best serve your clients.

Recorded at Day 2 of the Criminal Law Symposium in June 2022.

Faculty

Beth Tibbott Esq.

Attorney Beth Tibbott has been a driven and resourceful advocate since her legal career began in 2003. After graduating Summa Cum Laude in 2002 from Mount Aloysius College, Beth accepted a position at the Pittsburgh law firm of Dornish & Scolieri, P.C. as a Law Clerk in 2003. Her natural talents for keen observation and critical analysis were utilized by the firm to prepare and draft pleadings, commercial agreements of sale and contracts. She assisted attorneys in the practice areas of civil litigation, landlord-tenant law, property law, business law, and estate planning and administration. And, as Beth worked on these matters for the firm and was a practicing real estate agent, she was also attending law school at Duquesne University School of Law. Upon graduating from law school at Duquesne and receiving her Juris Doctorate in 2007, Attorney Beth Tibbott sat for the bar examination and was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar that year. Beth accepted a position at Allegheny Attorneys at Law in Pittsburgh, PA where she became a valuable asset as an attorney working on pleadings, briefs, motions, and praecipes for the firm. It was here that she first discovered her passion for the challenging elements of defending those accused of a crime. Then, in 2008, Beth took an attorney position for the Cook Law Group. Beth prepared for and attended all aspects of criminal law cases, which included jail visits, preliminary hearings, arraignments, motions, trials, sentencings, and plea entries. As her passion for defense law grew, the successful results Beth was able to obtain for her clients also grew. She wanted to do more and decided to turn back to her roots and focus on family law in addition to criminal defense. That determination led to establishing the Tibbott & Richardson law firm with Attorney Dana Richardson. Beth and Dana have built Tibbott & Richardson to help people make the hard decisions to make their lives better. Beth’s skill set and experience has developed over the years to focus on complex child custody, custody communication coaching, and criminal defense. She excels at providing strategic communication coaching and complex case strategies to custody clients and works with experts nationwide to achieve clients’ goals.

Dana Richardson Esq.

Ms. Richardson has been a proactive advocate for her clients since entering the Bar in 2007. Her ambitions in the pursuit of law began at Duquesne University School of Law, where she was a class representative in the Student Bar Association, and where she became a finalist in the prestigious Carol Los Mansmann Appellate Advocacy Competition. Upon graduating from Duquesne University and receiving her Juris Doctorate in 2007, she sat for the bar examination and was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar that year. While a law student at Duquesne, Ms. Richardson was hired by Charles Tini and Associates in Pittsburgh, PA as Assistant General Counsel. Her position with the company exemplified her abilities to analyze complex business contracts and legal issues related to housing and real estate matters. Her time at Charles Tini and Associates included practical experience preparing civil complaints


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