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Attorney Robert O. Bozeman Speaks To Georgia Lawyers About Jury Trials Broadcasted Live on Georgia Public Broadcasting Television

On the morning of Friday, January 18th over 400 lawyers from throughout Georgia registered for, and were tuned-in to “Jury Trial,” a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) course offered by the Institute of Continuing Legal Education in Georgia (ICLEGA). CLE courses keep lawyers abreast of new techniques and developments in the practice of law for varying subjects.

Attorney Robert O. Bozeman was invited to share his legal expertise for the ICLEGA’s Program on Jury Trials. Attorney Bozeman educated the attorneys via a multimedia presentation on “Motions in Limine.” Attorney Bozeman explained to attendees how to use Motions in Limine, which is a written “request” or motion to a judge to prevent irrelevant evidence from being presented to juries. These focused, educational presentations offered by ICLE, allow attorneys to get the experienced perspective of more seasoned attorneys.

This opportunity is rarely offered in other educational settings. Attorney Bozeman was introduced by, and shared the panel with, Attorney Rob Register of the Malone Law Firm.

In response to his experience, Attorney Bozeman remarked:

“I was proud to share my trial experiences with attorneys from across the state. It was an honor to participate.”

In addition to being televised by GPB, this seminar is also available for online viewing on Robert O. Bozeman is currently the Managing Partner of the Davis Bozeman Law Firm and leads the firm’s Civil Litigation division. Attorney Bozeman’s practice is dedicated to providing strong and effective representation to those injured as a result of wrong or negligent acts of others.

Attorney Bozeman gained extensive civil litigation experience at King & Spalding, a large international law firm, where he practiced civil defense in the Intellectual Property group. Thereafter, Attorney Bozeman began to concentrate his practice on personal injury cases involving serious injuries.

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