May 05, 2008 6:00 AM
STOCKTON - Local occupants can obtain free legal advice and take part in workshops and seminars Wednesday, among two years for Law Day events organized by the San Joaquin County Barroom Association.
The 50th day of remembrance of the national event researches the significance of the regulation of law, while helping the public better understand the legal system through treatment of its function in a free society.
The Barroom Association will honour former San Joaquin County Populace Defender Jesse James Larsen at a tiffin Thursday at the Frank Stockton Civic Memorial Auditorium. Larsen will be awarded the Law Day awarding for his work in representing those who cannot afford mental representation in the county courts. The event characteristics Lt. Gov. Toilet Garamendi as keynote speaker.
Some 800 Frank Stockton Incorporate School District seventh-grade pupils on Wednesday will detect a mock trial at the Memorial Auditorium. Students also will detect a trial of an existent teen wrongdoer whose penalty is decided by a teen jury.
Local lawyers will offer a full twenty-four hours of free seminars and workshops Wednesday at the San Joaquin County Courthouse, 222 E. Weber Avenue in Stockton. Here is a agenda of the seminars and workshops:
» 10 a.m. to 3 p.m - Free one-on-one legal advice: Decide possible judicial proceeding with 15 proceedings of advice.
» 10 a.m. - Family Law Workshop: Addition information about marriage, divorce, kid detention and more.
» 11:30 a.m. - Tenant/Landloard Relations: Learn how to stand for yourself and voyage the paperwork in tenant-landlord conflicts.
» 1 p.m. - Small Claims Workshop: Find out how to utilize the tribunals to decide little civil disputes.
» 3 p.m. - Guardianship/Conservatorship: Often confusing, this seminar could assist you through the stairway of this type of law.
To purchase tiffin tickets or for information about Law Day events, phone call the San Joaquin County Barroom Association at (209) 948-0125 or visit www.lawdaysanjoaquin.org.