William Mitchell College of Law Professor Ted Sampsell-Jones will present on
his recent article, “Mens Rea in Minnesota and the Model Penal Code,” which
argues that Minnesota’s reliance on the common law of mens rea, rather than the
Model Penal Code, has created confusion in Minnesota’s criminal law on mens rea
issues. A panel of experts and practitioners will respond to Professor
Sampsell-Jones’s article, and discuss developments in the law and practice
pointers for litigating mens rea issues at trial and on appeal.
Good parking options are the meters on Cedar Street or in lot Q (up the hill
past the Capitol building) or in lot K (down Cedar Street the other direction at
12th Street). This map shows the good lots: http://www.leg.state.mn.us/graphics/capitol_complex_01.pdf
We will be giving away a copy of Point Made by Ross Guberman, who
will be speaking at the Appellate Practice Institute in March.
Ted Sampsell-Jones, Professor of Law,
William Mitchell College of Law
The Honorable John Rodenberg, Minnesota Court of Appeals
Baker, Kandiyohi County Attorney
Roy Spurbeck, Office of the Minnesota
Appellate Public Defender
Bond, Office of the Minnesota Appellate Public
CLE credits approved | Event Code: 186663
Tuesday, February 4, 2014
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Location: Minnesota Judicial Center
25 Rev. Dr.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Room 230
St. Paul, MN
available at 11:30 a.m. The presentation will begin at 12:00
Public Attorneys: $10.00 (must call Jennifer Carter to register
using this option)
Law Clerks & Law Students: $15.00 (must call Jennifer Carter to register
using this option)
Section Members: $20.00
Members (not members of the Appellate Practice Section): $25.00
is no remote participation for this event.
to Register: January 31, 2014
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