In this 7-Episode NACDL Web Series, you will learn how to litigate the admissibility of identifications using the latest psychological research so you can actively work on changing the law, how to work with and cross-examine experts, and try a winning case.
DATES: Available any time
DURATION: Approx. 6 hours
CLE: This training may be eligible for self-study CLE credit, where authorized. The program is currently eligible for credit in the following states: Alabama (pending), Alaska (5.5), Arizona (5.5), Arkansas (5.5), California (5.5), Colorado (6.5), Connecticut (5.5), Georgia (5.5), Maine (pending), Mississippi (pending), Missouri (6.5), Montana (5.5), New Hampshire (5.5), New Jersey (pending), New Mexico (5.5), New York (6.5), North Carolina (pending), North Dakota (5.5), Oregon (5.5), South Carolina (pending), Vermont (5.5), Virgin Islands (6.5).
REGISTRANTS WILL HAVE ACCESS TO ALL 7 EPISODES FOR 21 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASE
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- Understanding the Science: Eyewitness Memory & Identification Research | Prof. Nancy Franklin
- Using the Science in Developing & Litigating Trial Themes and Theories in ID Cases | Robert J. McWhirter
- Preventing the State’s Perry Mason Moment: Litigating the In-Court Identification | Radha Natarajan
- When the Identification Is Coming In: Strategies for Using Experts and Jury Instructions to Inform the Jury | Bruce E. Blumberg
- Challenges to Your Expert, Combatting Cross-Examination and the State’s Use of an Eyewitness Identification Expert | Ilona Coleman
- What’s Wrong With Manson? Re-Thinking the Suppression Standard in the Wake of What We Know About the Science | Alexis Agathocleous
- Cross-Examination in Eyewitness Identification Cases | Bridget Krause
- Alexis Agathocleous
- Bruce E. Blumberg
- Ilona Coleman
- Prof. Nancy Franklin
- Bridget Krause
- Robert J. McWhirter
- Radha Natarajan
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