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Guest Blog: 2nd Annual Legal Lecture in February 2013

above-the-bar-logo-no12.jpgWe are pleased to announce our 2nd Annual New York Speeding Ticket Defense lecture. We will hold our lecture on February 19, 2013 and February 21, 2013.

Joseph P. Villanueva will share his years of knowledge in two lectures in Nassau Bahamas at the Lagoon Court Center.

Turn out for the lecture is expected to be at maximum capacity so anyone planning on attending must register in advance by February 1st. If you are accepted into the program, you will receive a confirmation email. If you want to attend, please send us an email in the “contact us” box on this page. Walk-ins will not be accepted.


Mr. Villanueva is the lead trial attorney at Villanueva & Sanchala, PLLC. He has been trying cases as soon as he graduated law school. He spent his first three years working for New York City prosecuting criminal matters and civil cases. After leaving his employment with the City, he joined a Fortune 500 Company as a Senior Trial Attorney. He has handled cases ranging from major felonies to divorce and traffic matters.

Mr. Villanueva is a highly regarded attorney with his main office in Scarsdale New York. He has been recognized by as 10.0/10.0. He has been named one of the Top Lawyers in New York and one of the Best and Brightest in the entire Northeast.

The Lecture: Defending Traffic Cases in Local Court
1. Traffic Courts: Traffic Violations Bureau (TVB) vs. Local Courts in Villages and Towns 2. Burdens of Proof: When Does Proof Beyond A Reasonable Doubt Apply 3. Supporting Depositions: Am I Entitled To One?
4. Court: What Should I Expect 5. Plea Bargaining 6. Spotlight on VTL 1180 7. Miscellaneous Laws: Move Over Act & Texting While Driving 8. The Trial
Opening Statements Fundamentals of Cross Examination Direct Examination Basic Understanding of Radar Summation

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