Criminal Courts
Bar Association

CCBA is pleased to announce its January MCLE Webinar!

2022 DUI Update

presented by attorney Mark Khalaf

Mark Khalaf began practicing law in 2002. He has primarily practiced DUI law for the last 17 years.

In 2018, he became Richard Hutton's business partner and started focusing on gross vehicular manslaughter and Watson murder cases.

Traditionally, Mr. Hutton would speak at the January CCBA dinner meetings and update everyone on the latest DUI changes. After several decades, Mr. Hutton thought it was time to pass this honor on to Mr. Khalaf.


Tuesday January 11, 2022 at 6:30 p.m.


There is no fee for CCBA members for this event.

There is a $25 fee for non-CCBA members for this event.

Please purchase your ticket via the link below:


After purchasing your ticket, you will receive an email containing the Zoom registration link for the Webinar. Please use the Zoom registration link to register for the Webinar. After registering, you will receive an email with information on joining the Zoom Webinar. Please do not share your Zoom registration link.


Up to one hour of MCLE participatory credit will be provided by certificates sent to attendees of the event via the email used to register.


Reminder: CCBA will continue to offer meetings with participatory MCLE credit for the Los Angeles Criminal Defense community throughout the rest of 2021. Become a member of CCBA today for access to free meetings. Non-members will be required to purchase a ticket for $25 per meeting.


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