Putting Your Skills to Practice

Join National Criminal Defense College faculty members Robert Pepin and Hon. Susan Fisch (Ret.) in a day focused on skill building, focusing on building a theory of defense, opening statements, and how to impeach witnesses. We will have a series of lectures and workshops so you can learn new skills and how to put them into action. This exciting opportunity to develop your skills will leave you challenged and ready to try new things in your next trial. See more information about this event on the flyer

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Be The Best Advocate You Can Be - Franklin County

9-10:15 Improved Client Communication (Cassie Trueblood) (Ethics)

Cassie Trueblood will focus on ways to improve communication with your client and how establishing better communication can improve outcomes for your clients.

10:15-10:30 Break

10:30-11:45 Preserving Error for Appeal (Travis Stearns)

Travis Stearns will show attorneys how to better preserve their records and the steps required for appellate review.

11:45-1:00 Lunch

1:00-2:15 Better Trials through Motion Practice (Ramona Brandes)

Ramona Brandes will demonstrate how motion practice can shape your case, addressing motions to suppress and in-limine motions.

2:15-2:30 Break

2:30-3:30 Calling Out Prosecutorial Misconduct (Lei Young) (Ethics)

Lei Young will look at emerging misconduct issues, focusing on closing arguments and cases that have addressed racial discrimination.

This program is open to all attorneys with appointed cases.


For more information, check out the flyer. 

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