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Use of Hearsay in a Preliminary Hearing with Kelly Jurs
Gawthrop Greenwood criminal defense attorney Kelly Jurs presented a Continuing Legal Education course (CLE) on March 29, 2022 titled, “Commonwealth v. Harris: A Discussion of the Superior Court’s Ruling on the Use of Hearsay at a Preliminary Hearing.”
The CLE, available online via webinar, was presented by the Chester County Bar Association. Jurs covered topics drawn from her latest published article.
Jurs is a dedicated legal advocate known for her ability to provide compassionate representation for clients experiencing upheaval in their lives. Whether a client is facing conflict within their own family, or even a criminal charge, Kelly ensures that her experience in the courtroom guides clients through the court system to the most beneficial outcomes.
Jurs is qualified in Pennsylvania to serve as defense counsel on capital cases. She represents counsel in felony and misdemeanor cases, from the filing of a criminal complaint through trial and post-trial review, on issues ranging from DUI, Possession, Theft, Assault and Drug Trafficking to First-Degree Homicide. Kelly also handles plea negotiations, treatment court resolutions, probation and parole violations as well as juvenile court.
Before entering private practice, Kelly made sure every voice was heard as an attorney at the Chester County Public Defender’s Office. She handled all aspects of felony and misdemeanor cases from the preliminary hearing to trial and through all stages of state appellate review. She also served as first chair for numerous jury trials, including first-degree homicide and more than 15 other felony trials.
For more information on Kelly’s law practice, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 610-696-8225.