Issues of The Champion published in 2015

Issues of The Champion published in 2015

January/February 2015

January/February 2015 /uploadedImages/images/champion_covers/january_february_2015_DNA_Evidence_CVR.jpg 2214 Discover strategies to overcome the jury’s assumption that if there is DNA evidence, the defendant is guilty.

March 2015

March 2015 /uploadedImages/images/champion_covers/March_2015_Voir_Dire_CVR.jpg 76 This issue of The Champion offers suggestions to help combat improper juror rehabilitation during voir dire.

April 2015

April 2015 /uploadedImages/images/champion_covers/April_2015_One_Judges_View_CVR.jpg 2214 In this issue, discover a basic plan for preparing, analyzing, and investigating child sex cases.

May 2015

May 2015 /uploadedImages/images/champion_covers/May_2015_Deadly_Force_CVR.jpg 2214   Should states enact new laws that better balance legitimate needs for police safety with the rights of citizens to be free from the unjustified use of deadly force?    

June 2015

June 2015 /uploadedImages/images/champion_covers/June_2015_Stingray_Devices_CVR.jpg 2214 Does use of a StingRay device amount to a Fourth Amendment search? How can defense lawyers challenge these searches?      

July 2015

July 2015 /uploadedImages/images/champion_covers/July_2015_Defending_Boating_CVR1.jpg 2214 This month,  The Champion helps attorneys identify issues that are essential in mounting a defense when a client is accused of boating while intoxicated.  

August 2015

August 2015 /uploadedImages/images/champion_covers/August_2015_EGMorris_CVR1.jpg 2214 Learn how to use experts effectively in cases involving Internet chat rooms and police sting operations.

September/October 2015

September/October 2015 /uploadedImages/images/champion_covers/Cover_September-October_2015_WC.jpg 2214 What are the challenges a defendant faces in a tax case when the government pursues simultaneous civil and criminal penalties?

November 2015

November 2015 /uploadedImages/images/champion_covers/Cover_November_2015.jpg 2214 Are the most basic elements of fairness and due process missing from college procedures in campus sexual assault cases?

December 2015

December 2015 /uploadedImages/images/champion_covers/Cover_December_2015_Pathology.jpg 2214 Does the defense always need its own forensic pathologist in a homicide case?