The 21st Annual Criminal Justice Institute (October 2014) [C15816]

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Seminar Date: October 9, 2014
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This seminar took place on October 9-10, 2014, in Burien, WA.
CRIMINAL | GENERAL PRACTICE | All Levels


Product Description:


These course materials bring together prosecutors, defense counsel, judges and law enforcement professionals to discuss current issues in criminal law and the challenges of a criminal law practice.


Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: Recent Developments in Evidence Affecting Criminal Practice
Karl B. Tegland


Chapter 2: It's a Jungle Out There - The Intersection Between Criminal Law and Animal Law
Denise J. Lukins


Chapter 3: Supreme Court Decisions
Deborah Ahrens
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Chapter 4: Legislative Update
Tom McBride


Chapter 5: Writing, Investigating, and the Law
Robert Dugoni


Chapter 6: How to Get Social Media Evidence from Facebook
Robert Perez


Chapter 7: Human Rights Issues, Victims & Witnesses to Crimes
Kurt D. Bennett
Laura A. Petregal


Chapter 8-A: The Essentials of Voir Dire - Does Voir Dire Matter?
Joanna J. Daniels


Chapter 8-B: The Essentials of Voir Dire
Hugh Birgenheier


Chapter 9: The Intersection of Law Enforcement and Mental Illness
Chief Steven D. Strachan


Chapter 10: Washington Search And Seizure Update
Hon. Robert E. McBeth


Chapter 11: Ethics for the Criminal Law Practitioner
Hugh Birgenheier
John A. Strait


Chapter 12: Mental Health Court - What Happens When Your Client is Declared Competent
Barry M. Ward


Chapter 13: The Expanding Scope of Brady v. Maryland
John P. Fairgrieve


Chapter 14: Ethical Pitfalls of Trials
John M. Sheeran


Chapter 15: Immigration, Canada and the World
Ann E. Benson


Chapter 16: A Look at Criminal Defense - Music and the Law
John Cain


Chapter 17: Effectively Working with Suspects with Mental Health Issues
Joseph Winters


Chapter 18: Search and Rescue Dog Demonstration
Josh Gerstman



Coursebook contains 426 pages