Drug prosecutions are once again on the rise as some states have enacted tougher drug laws. From challenging the arrest and seizure to picking a jury to cross-examining police officers, defense attorneys handling drug cases must be able to construct a defense that will increase the chances of the client getting a positive result.
This seminar will introduce defense counsel to techniques that have been used at recent drug trials to rebut specific claims and overcome the emotion created in today’s climate for increased drug prosecutions.
Join NACDL for this online virtual training to learn innovative strategies and techniques by leading experts and criminal defense practitioners for defending modern drug charges. Have an arsenal of tools at the ready to win your next modern drug case.
FORMAT: Online Virtual Web Training
DATE: LIMITED ENGAGEMENT - Airs October 14-17, 2020
DURATION: Approx. 13 hours
CLE: This training may be eligible for self-study CLE credit, where authorized. The program is currently pending in all states that allow self-study credits.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The Webinar link will be sent to you in a confirmation email. REGISTRANTS WILL HAVE 21 days to complete the entire program.
- Drug Pipeline Cases – John Berry (Lincoln, NE) & Mallory Hughes (Omaha, NE)
- Immigration Consequences in Drug Offense Cases – Graciela Martinez (Los Angeles, CA)
- Analyzing & Writing Persuasive Motions to Suppress – Vincent Savarese III (Las Vegas, NV)
- Put Your Client Up: Creating a Counternarrative with Client Testimony at Suppression Hearings – Chris Frey (Reno, NV)
- Voir Dire in a Drug Case – Michael Heiskell (Fort Worth, TX)
- Openings & Closings in Drug Cases – Todd Pugh (Chicago, IL) and Chelsy Van Overmeiren (Chicago, IL)
- Drugs, Gangs, and Violence: Successfully Navigating a Perfect RICO Storm – Karen Goldstein (Los Angeles, CA)
- The Dark Net, Bitcoin, & Money Laundering: The Modern Drug Case – Nina Marino (Beverly Hills, CA)
- They're Not Allowed to Do It Either: Fighting Governmental Witness Tampering – Kevin Sali (Portland, OR)
- The Ethics of Legal Advertising: Online Presence & Reputation Management – Susan Williams (Edisto Island, SC)
- Forfeiture – Stephen Komie (Chicago, IL)
- Representing Clients in the Cannabis Industry: The Changing Regulatory Landscape – James Creedon (Frisco, TX)
- Trial Preparation and Investigation – Christopher Renfroe (Forest Hills, NY)
- John Berry (Lincoln, NE)
- James Creedon (Frisco, TX)
- Chris Frey (Reno, NV)
- Karen Goldstein (Los Angeles, CA)
- Michael Heiskell (Fort Worth, TX)
- Mallory Hughes (Omaha, NE)
- Stephen Komie (Chicago, IL)
- Nina Marino (Beverly Hills, CA)
- Graciela Martinez (Los Angeles, CA)
- Todd Pugh (Chicago, IL)
- Christopher Renfroe (Forest Hills, NY)
- Kevin Sali (Portland, OR)
- Vincent Savarese (Las Vegas, NV)
- Chelsy Van Overmeiren (Chicago, IL)
- Susan Williams (Edisto Island, SC)
This training may be eligible for self-study CLE credit, where authorized. The program is currently pending in all states that allow self-study credits.
Members of NACDL enjoy exclusive registration rates for our seminars along with all the benefits from joining.
|Regular, Life, and Sustaining Members||$169|
|Non Members (includes 1 year membership)||$199|
|ALL Public Defenders||$129|
|Groups of 4 or more PDs (must register at the same time; 1 payment; no changes or cancellations allowed)||$119|
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