Forensic Evidence

Start Time/Date: 9:00 AM Monday, December 11, 2017
End Time/Date: 3:30 PM Thursday, December 14, 2017
ADDRESS: Renaissance Phoenix Downtown
100 N 1st Street
CITY: Phoenix, AZ 85004

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Designed with the entire prosecution team in mind, prosecutors, law enforcement personnel, judges, and forensic professionals involved in criminal investigation and prosecution are encouraged to join us as we provide comprehensive training addressing the challenges inherent when investigating, engaging in pretrial preparation and presenting the violent crime case involving a variety of scientific evidence.

Lectures will include:

      -      Current Technological Advances in DNA
      -      Unusual Syndromes and Defenses
      -      Investigating and Prosecuting Arson Fatalities
      -      The Visual Trial- Using Technology to Present Persuasive Evidence
      -      Manipulation of DNA Evidence
      -      Death by Poison – Unique Toxicology Issues
      -      Digital Traces and Traditional Trace Evidence
      -      Cross Examination of Defense Scientific Experts
      -      The Application of Bloodstain Patterns to Violent Crime Scenes
      -      Staged Crime Scenes
      -      Computer Forensics : Seizing Electronic Evidence from the Cloud
      -      Equivocal Deaths
      -      Electronic Evidence Admissibility Issues
      -      DSM V
      -      Body Worn Cameras: Pros and Cons
      -      Organizational Vulnerabilities for Forensic Labs
      -      Ethics and Professionalism
      -      Cold Case Investigations
      -      Preparing and Presenting Firearm Evidence and the Ballistics Expert
      -      Bite-mark Evidence
      -      Child Homicides
      -      Crime Scene Assessment and Evidence Collection Tips
      -      Surveillance Techniques
      -      Meeting Attacks on Scientific Evidence

 

CLE and Eligibility Information

Course Tuition includes admission, course materials, and coffee breaks during the course. NDAA adheres to a policy of non-discrimination in admissions and administration. Attendees are responsible for all travel expenses.

CLE: Anticipated CLE credits will be approximately 20 hours, including 1 ½ hours of Ethics. NDAA will apply for CLE credit in Virginia, New Mexico, Tennessee and Ohio. All other states will require the attorney to self-submit using their uniform certificate of attendance.  

Eligibility: Open to prosecutors, law enforcement personnel, judges, and forensic professionals involved in criminal investigation and prosecution and other members of the prosecution team in local, state, tribal, federal and military government.