On-Demand Recordings

  • Ethical Issues in Developing Appropriate Sentencing Recommendations

    Includes Credits

    1 CLE Credit Hour: Come prepared to consider the ethical considerations that occur in a plea and sentencing case in your jurisdiction.

  • It Happens to Us Too: Investigating and Prosecuting Intimate Partner Violence in the LGBTQ Community

    Includes Credits

    1.25 CLE Credit Hour: The presenter will address the instances of domestic violence in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transsexual, and Queer communities. She will discuss the unique issues which can arise when assisting victims of domestic violence in same-sex relationships.

  • Ethical Issues in Charging Considerations

    Includes Credits

    1 CLE Credit Hour: Our seasoned faculty member will discuss these issues as well as the public pressure when your case is a high-profile case. Other issues that will be discussed include improper charging, leverage – when is this appropriate, police/ public pressure, the impact of the media, and liability issues.

  • Threat Assessment for Prosecutors: Protecting the Community from Dangerous Defendants

    Includes Credits

    1 CLE Credit Hour: This program will incorporate cutting-edge research, threat assessment techniques and tactics, and use real case studies of prosecutors who were faced with threatening behavior, both verbally and physically, from dangerous defendants, to discuss best practices for resolution.

  • The Hidden Factors of Stalking: Proving your Case with Forensic Analysis

    Includes Credits

    1.25 CLE Credit Hours: Our Veteran Faculty member and career prosecutor will address the difficulties inherent in investigating and prosecuting stalking and cyber stalking cases; dealing with the harsh realities of obtaining a conviction on these cases; and helpful investigatory tips in preparing these cases for indictment and/or trial.

  • May it Please the Court : Ethical and Professional Responsibility Issues During Trial

    Includes Credits

    1.5 CLE Credit Hour: Our veteran faculty member will discuss the ethical and professional responsibility obligations that arise in every stage of trial. Work through case examples that depict current challenges you face with cases on your dockets and obtain meaningful explanations.

  • Win Win Animal Abuse Prosecutions!

    Includes Credits

    1.5 CLE Credit Hours: Embracing the ultimate goal of saving animal lives and punishing offenders, while being mindful of the need for careful case preparation, trial presentation techniques, and plea bargaining.

  • Mastering Masking

    Includes Credits

    2 CLE Credit Hours: Federal and most state law prohibits the “masking” of convictions. Misconceptions continue to persist surrounding this statute’s mandate requiring the reporting of CDL/CMV violations and convictions and prosecutors’ discretion to negotiate these cases. Learners will appreciate how the enforcement of this and other regulations combine to reduce injury and death by keeping unsafe commercial driver’s license (CDL) holders off the roads and assuring that each driver has one driver’s license and one complete driver’s record.

  • Discovery: Stay Out of Trouble -- Knowing the Rules and Ethical Considerations

    Includes Credits

    1.5 CLE Credit Hours: A Prosecutor’s duty to provide discovery in a timely manner is fundamental to a defendant’s right to a fair trial. The failure to fully comply with discovery obligations can not only jeopardize your case, it can also jeopardize your career. This course will explore both the nuts and bolts of a prosecutor’s discovery obligations as well as ethical considerations in determining what evidence is discoverable.

  • Prosecuting DUI Cases

    Includes Credits

    2 CLE Credit Hours: This online training course, developed by national experts in cooperation with the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility, the National District Attorneys Association’s National Traffic Law Center, and the National Center for State Courts, is for new and practicing prosecutors.