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Macomb County Bar Association

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The Macomb Bar - a professional association of lawyers and legal professionals that exists to advocate and promote excellence in the legal profession.

The Macomb Bar Association office is closed at this time.  Staff is telecommuting.  If you need immediate assistant please contact Rick Troy at

Mark Your Calendar

The Macomb Bar offers a variety of events that makes us unique.  Our relationship with the Macomb County Bench is like no other.  Network with your colleagues, take one of our seminars, come to a committee meeting.  Make the most of your membership!

Upcoming Criminal Webinars

Friday, June 5 • 10:00am-12:00pm
Webinar Password: CEW
Using Their Shield as Your Sword: Cross Examining the State’s Expert Witness in Child Sex Cases

Tuesday, June 9 • 11:00am-12:00pm
Webinar Password: DISCOVERY
Current Tech Challenges and Old-Fashioned Pitfalls of Modern Discovery Discovery is not what is used to be. When trial discovery includes recorded jail calls, DNA evidence, hours of bodycam/surveillance videos and more, how do you manage it all and make sure your client knows what it all means?

Friday, June 12 • Time TBD
Webinar Password: BIAS
“You love your son, don’t you ma’am?” Bias: Defining it, Exposing it, and Crossing on it.Exposing and effectively cross-examining a witness on his or her bias can be the difference between a client going home or to prison. What is Bias? Why is it important? Where do we look for it? How do we use it? This webinar will answer those questions and provide practical tips on how to persuasively expose a witness’s bias.


Criminal CLE Video Replays

Basic Cell Phone Forensics (1 hour) • Password: CELL

Effective Motion Practice – Winning Your Case Before Trial
( 2 hours) Password: PRACTICE

Advanced Cell Phone Location Evidence (1 hour)
Password: PHONE

Jury Bias (1 hour)

Fall Conference Friday (8 hours)
Password: FALLFRIDAY2019

Fall Conference Saturday (4 hours)

Drug Recognition Experts (4 hours)
Password - DREFREE

If you have participated in a seminar in the past, either in person or by video, that particular seminar will not count towards the required 12 annual hours. In other words, no repeats.

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