I am pleased to announce that Joe Hyde has joined our school. He will be operating in the region of criminal law, in particular as it relates to prosecutors. We hope he will article on this site and assume that he will consider the guide on preserving NCPRO, our on the web resource for prosecutors. Joe will also do the job with the Conference of District Lawyers on prosecutor training. He will certainly have chances to work with other teams of court docket officers as nicely, so be on the lookout for his smiling face.
Joe provides enthusiasm, excellent mental curiosity, and substantial practical experience in prison legislation to the desk. He is an honors graduate of the UNC Faculty of Regulation. Following finishing each point out and federal appellate clerkships, he took his abilities to the North Carolina Division of Justice. He labored there for eleven a long time, most not long ago serving as a Particular Deputy Lawyer General symbolizing the condition in prison appeals and post-conviction litigation. He argued much more than 40 situations in the appellate division, which include just a couple of months ago prevailing in the Diaz-Tomas situation about which Shea blogged below. He has also offered to and recommended prosecutors in the study course of his do the job at NCDOJ.
We’re psyched to have Joe on board, so make sure you be part of me in welcoming him. It is only his third working day on the job, but he is previously obtainable to suggest and seek advice from with prosecutors and other general public officials. You can reach him at email@example.com.