Defense Counsel

Webinar 3: Forensic Pathology Essentials

Forensic Pathology Essentials, featuring conversations with medical examiners who are forensic pathology experts, lets you discover what happens to a body from the crime scene to the autopsy. This webinar will take you through the process of how an autopsy is conducted covering the different areas of the body; head, neck, chest, abdomen, arm, and skin. The webinar will delve into observations and science revolving around strangulation, blunt trauma, poisoning, stab wounds, gunshot wounds and more. 

Justice Innovation in Times of Change: New Challenges, New Opportunities

On September 30, 2016, the Center for Court Innovation, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Justice's Bureau of Justice Assistance and the Quinnipiac University School of Law, will host "Justice Innovation in Times of Change: New Challenges, New Opportunities" at the Quinnipiac University School of Law, located at 370 Bassett Road in North Haven, CT.  

TCAP: Tribal Court Conference - Exploring Emerging Issues In Tribal Court

This conference serves to provide information to tribal court personnel about issues that have arisen in Indian Country. This conference supports the enhancement of tribal court adjudication and operations.

Criminal Justice Technology Forecasting Group Meeting #4

RAND plans to conduct the fourth in-person meeting of the Criminal Justice Technology Forecasting Group. This meeting will focus on addressing the top two topics for follow-on research from prior CJTFG meetings: identifying the most promising emerging technologies for sharing and using information, and determining top business cases for sharing information across the criminal justice enterprise.

"Not on My Watch!": Protecting Your Client and Challenging the State in Juvenile and Adult Court

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Georgia Public Defender Council are planning a two-day training program in Macon, Georgia, to target the underserved area of southwest Georgia. Public defense providers, including institutionally employed defenders and those who do public defense via court appointment, are welcome to attend. The program will have a dual track on the first day, with juvenile and adult topics, and the second day will be comprised of "crossover" topics for both adult and juvenile defenders.