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NDAA: Prosecutor 101: Boot Camp
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Designed for prosecutors (state and local, city, tribal and /or military) with 0-3 years of experience, faculty will teach trial basics you didn't learn in law school. Discussions will include effective witness interviewing skills, creating and admitting digital evidence, planning for the difficult or recanting witness, drafting motions and writing persuasive responses to defense motions, and a Brady and Giglio primer. Faculty will lead workshops on opening statement, cross examination & close.

 Export to Your Calendar 3/12/2018 to 3/15/2018
When: March 12 - 15, 2018
9:00 AM
Where: InterContinental Kansas City
401 Ward Parkway
Kansas City, Missouri  64112
United States
Contact: Stephanie Weston
703-519-1652

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Designed for prosecutors (state and local, city, tribal and /or military) with 0–3 years of experience, faculty will teach trial basics you didn’t learn in law school. Discussions will include effective witness interviewing skills, creating and admitting digital evidence, planning for the difficult or recanting witness, drafting motions and writing persuasive responses to defense motions, and a Brady and Giglio primer. Faculty will lead workshops on opening statement, cross examination and closing argument techniques. This course will provide attendees an opportunity to “practice what we preach” and leave the training with time tested techniques in their tool kits!

Tentative Topics Include

  • Interviewing and Preparing Witnesses for Trial
  • Accessing and Admitting Digital Evidence
  • Brady and Giglio Disclosures
  • Admitting Hearsay 
  • Identification Procedures
  • Admitting Character Evidence
  • Protecting the Record through Proper Pleadings
  • Juvenile Prosecution: The Science & the Trial
  • Openings, Closings, and Cross: Lecture and Workshops

Course Information

CLE: Anticipated CLE credits will be 15 hours including 1 hour of ethics. NDAA will apply for CLE credit in Missouri, Virginia, Tennessee, and Ohio.  All other states will require the attorney to self-submit using their uniform certificate provided at the conclusion of the course. Questions regarding CLE can be directed to our Registrar and Course Coordinator, Stephanie Weston at sweston@ndaajustice.org

Eligibility: Open to lawyers in local, state, tribal, federal and military government attorneys’ offices, paralegals who work in these offices, investigators and law enforcement officers who work in prosecutors’ offices or with the local law enforcement agency.

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