From bad IDs to people telling lies, Justin provides the main reasons that people are wrongfully convicted and he offers detailed accounts of the cases he has worked on. The main CLE topics: bad lawyering, differences in police work in the city vs. the country, you come home & find your partner dead, false confessions, junk science, Shaken Baby Syndrome, you have or care for a sick child, the jury is blinded by junk science, bad information from informants, and you are poor and/or a person of color.
From tracking murder suspects with Facebook Live data – to pointing out mistakes in the state’s location evidence due to bad vector analysis – Eric Grabski will show you how to analyze cell phone location evidence in your legal cases.
This CLE program taught by Ritzel Starleigh Ngo will provide legal practitioners with a practical framework of an attorney’s ethical obligations to the law firm and clients in the case of the unforeseen. Using the ABA Model Rules as the foundation for the course, Ritzel speaker will discuss pertinent ethical topics when it comes to transferring ownership of your law firm due to death, disability, disappearance and disbarment.
The rules of statutory interpretation can be powerful tools in crafting creative & persuasive legal arguments if you are skilled enough to know how to properly deploy them. Greg Overstreet will show you how these rules can benefit your client’s case, describe the two forks: plain meaning vs. ambiguity and provide the practical application of common canons of statutory interpretation.
What are synthetic cannabinoids and how do they compare with marijuana? How do the sources of marijuana (edibles, oils, “joints”) differ in potency and effects on the body? And what the heck is Spice-Ophrenia?? Marijuana: How High is Too High As more states legalize recreational use, attorneys around the country are encountering more cases involving marijuana and synthetic cannabinoids. A toxicologist for…
In this CLE Dr. Allison Muller will introduce key toxicology concepts in civil cases by explaining drug levels & impairment, BAC levels & signs of visible intoxication, common false positives & negatives, and expected effects from common street & prescription drugs.
Lars Daniel breaks things down in plain English by utilizing colorful case examples to illustrate how electronic information generated by cell phones and digital devices can make – OR break – your client’s case.
A toxicologist for over two decades, Dr. Allison Muller works with attorneys across the country on cases that involve drug or alcohol issues. In this CLE she will introduce key toxicology concepts in civil cases, from tort to premises liability and wrongful death.
Trial as the ultimate performance art – where human conflict, archetypes & universal truths provide the greatest theatre. From psychological techniques & mental hacks to embracing the stress & being a magnetic leader, Jennifer B. Gardner shares her most poignant courtroom experiences to help you conquer the gauntlet known as trial.
Yes, Brian, Ashleigh and Zac were locked up for 60 days. But probably unlike most of your criminal clients – they actually did NOT commit a crime. They were planted in jail as part of A&E’s docuseries “60 Days In” to root out gangs, drug dealing and corruption from the inside.