Opening Statements and Closing Arguments in Child Abuse Cases - Webinar

Start Time/Date: 1:00 PM Wednesday, April 29, 2020
End Time/Date: 2:30 PM Wednesday, April 29, 2020
ADDRESS: Live Online Webinar
Presentation Via Zoom
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Additional Event Information

We are excited to welcome Mr. Victor Vieth, Director of Education and Research, with Zero Abuse Project as our next speaker. And Mr. Vieth will be joining us again in the near future for another webinar in May. Keep a look out for more information to come regarding a Child Abuse track. 

The target audience for this webinar is prosecutors but others would also benefit from this training as well

Here is a brief description of the webinar:
The outcome of many child abuse cases depends on the ability of the prosecutor to argue the facts to the jury. In this workshop prosecutors and child protection attorneys will learn the art and science of effective strategies and themes for opening statements and closing arguments in child abuse cases. Participants will learn a theme for presenting their case. They will learn specific arguments to persuade a jury that a child is telling the truth. They will learn to debunk common defenses in child abuse cases. 
   

CLE, POST, & Advocate Credit Information for this Training
CLE: Please note the CLE credit will fall under the in-house/self-study rule. The rule has a six hour maximum on CLE credits. A webinar falls in the same category as a video review. The supreme Court of Georgia allowed ALL 2019 CLE hours to be completed by approved in-house or distance learning seminars. The deadline for this was March 31, 2020. We have not received information about this being extended or exceptions for 2020. If you are in need of a CLE form for this training, please click HEREIf you are requesting CLE hours, please mail the CLE form and the check to PAC.

POST: Unfortunately there is no POST credit available for this training. You are welcome to attend, but you will not receive credit.

Advocate: Unfortunately this topic does not apply to victim services, there is no credit available. We will not be able to issue a certificate. You are welcome to attend, but you will not receive credit.