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Violent Crimes 2020: 404 Evidence on Sexual Assaults

Date Published: November 16, 2020

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An hour-long examination into the strategies that can be used in a 404 Evidence charge in a Sexual Assault defense.

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Lisa Monet Wayne

Lisa Monet Wayne is an attorney in private practice in both state and federal courts around the country. She is also “Of... Read More

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Violent Crimes 2020: Cause of Death—It May Not Be a Homicide

Date Published: November 2, 2020

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Presentation on alternative causes of death that should be explored when defending a person accused of homicide.

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Jed Stone

Jed Stone is a criminal defense lawyer from Waukegan, Illinois. Jed has defended persons charge with crime for nearly... Read More

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Violent Crimes 2020: Defending Clients Accused of Sex Crimes

Date Published: November 4, 2020

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A general overview of defending persons accused of sex crimes with insights into motions filing, strategy building as well as approaching the cases with success in mind.

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Joshua Kutnick

Joshua Kutnick was born in Chicago, Illinois. He grew up in Akron, Ohio. His family taught him that the greatest thing a... Read More

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Violent Crimes 2020: Labels Be DAMNED!

Date Published: November 11, 2020

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Cynthia Roseberry of the ACLU invites the criminal defense community to see themselves outside of their role as an attorney. In turn, she invites the attorney to look beyond the stereotypes of her clients, the court, the prosecutors, and the jury. An examination into roles we accept in ourselves and the players in the professional community.

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Cynthia W. Roseberry
Deputy Director for Policy, Justice Division - American Civil Liberties Union


At the national ACLU, Ms. Roseberry works to reform the criminal justice system. Focusing on issues like policing, bail... Read More

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Violent Crimes 2020: Secrets to Picking Great Jurors in a Pandemic

Date Published: November 11, 2020

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In-depth discussion regarding the frustrations of the "new" online court appearance system and "Zoom Trials". Ms. McGinn offers insights as to the advantages (and some disadvantages) of jury selection, considerations regarding trial strategies as well as possible responses to the court on the new struggles of jurisprudence.

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Randi McGinn


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Violent Crimes 2020: The Role of White Supremacy in American Policing

Date Published: November 16, 2020

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An in-depth look at the system of racism that has permeated the judicial system in America. Mr. Robinson follows the history of bigotry from the early colonial period right up until modern-day incidents.

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Jeffery Robinson

Jeffery Robinson is a deputy legal director and the director of the ACLU Trone Center for Justice and Equality, which houses... Read More

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Violent Crimes 2020: Using the Science to Keep Forensic Scientists Honest

Date Published: November 9, 2020

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Insights on how to understand forensic science procedures. Speaker offers insights and tactics of how to use this understanding in the cross-examination of forensic experts.

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Brendan Max

Brendan Max is the Chief of the Forensic Science Division of the Cook County Public Defender Office. Since 2014, he has led a... Read More

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