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Cross-Examination of the Analyst in Drug Prosecutions (2nd Ed.) By James M. Shellow
Order this Best-Selling Publication Here: https://bit.ly/2Qbdixl Now in its second edition with some new material, James M. Shellow’s book offers what its title promises: ways of thinking about cross-examining the forensic analysts in drug cases. ...

Second Look = Second Chance: The Case for Reconsidering Lengthy & Other Extreme Sentences
Featuring JaneAnne Murray, Greg Newburn, Nicole D. Porter, and James Zeigler Webinar resources: https://www.nacdl.org/Media/SecondLook-SecondChance Learn more about Second Look Sentencing: https://www.nacdl.org/Content/Second-Look

The Mauritanian: A Panel Discussion
The Mauritanian: A March 9, 2021, Panel Discussion featuring Mohamedou Ould Slahi and his counsel, Nancy Hollander & Theresa Duncan, moderated by NACDL Fourth Amendment Center Director and Guantánamo Observer Jumana Musa. Introductory remarks by NAC...

State of Prison & Jail Communications Systems [Engage & Exchange Discussion Series]
Featuring Pat Cresta-Savage, Gabriel Reyes, Jack Donson, and Elizabeth Blackwood https://www.nacdl.org/Map/State-of-Prison-Jail-Call-Communication-Systems https://www.nacdl.org/ResourceCenter

The Psychology of Persuasion: Building a Case from Start to Finish | A 2-Part Web-Series
Register for this web-series here: http://www.nacdl.org/Persuasion-Webinar Every trial is different and each trial attorney has a different style and approach. Accordingly, no simplistic formula or recipe can be created to solve the vast array of po...

Tap Into Victory: Brewing the Winning Case on Cross-Examination - SAVE THE DATE! July 21-24, 2021
Register for this unique seminar here: https://bit.ly/2NmK65K Cross-examination is a fundamental tool in the trial lawyer's toolbox. There is no part of trial practice that can be more difficult or rewarding, but you have to know the limitations in ...

Stories of Freedom: Raeanna Woody
Welcome to NACDL’s "Stories of Freedom” series! Each week you’ll hear from someone whose freedom was restored through NACDL's clemency & early release initiatives, including the Return to Freedom Project. Get involved today: • Volunteer: h...

Mental Illness & the Law: Addressing & Litigating Behavioral Health Disorders in Criminal Cases
Register for this virtual seminar here: https://bit.ly/34zZLni Save the date - Airs Feb. 24-27, 2021. The cases are complex, the clients are challenging, and the stakes are high. Whether it is insanity, impairment, a disorder, or adolescent brain ...

Stories of Freedom: Tony Jones
Welcome to NACDL’s "Stories of Freedom” series! Each week you’ll hear from someone whose freedom was restored through NACDL's clemency & early release initiatives, including the Return to Freedom Project. Get involved today: • Volunteer: h...

Make an Impact: Volunteer for NACDL’s Return to Freedom Project
NACDL’s Return to Freedom Project is a banner title covering various NACDL compassionate and early relief efforts at the federal and state levels. You can make an impact. Volunteer for NACDL’s Return to Freedom Project today: https://www.nacdl...

Stories of Freedom: Kenny Gragg
Welcome to NACDL’s "Stories of Freedom” series! Each week you’ll hear from someone whose freedom was restored through NACDL's clemency & early release initiatives, including the Return to Freedom Project. Get involved today: • Volunteer: h...

Make a Difference: Donate to NACDL’s Return to Freedom Project
NACDL’s Return to Freedom Project is a banner title covering various NACDL compassionate and early relief efforts at the federal and state levels. You can make a difference. Donate to NACDL’s Return to Freedom Project today: https://www.nacdl....

Stories of Freedom: Teresa Griffin
Welcome to NACDL’s "Stories of Freedom” series! Each week you’ll hear from someone whose freedom was restored through NACDL's clemency & early release initiatives, including the Return to Freedom Project. Get involved today: • Volunteer: h...

You Can Make a Difference: Volunteer for NACDL’s Return to Freedom Project
NACDL’s Return to Freedom Project is a banner title covering various NACDL compassionate and early relief efforts at the federal and state levels. You can make a difference. Volunteer for NACDL’s Return to Freedom Project today: https://www.na...

Stories of Freedom: ZoAnn Brown
Welcome to NACDL’s "Stories of Freedom” series! Each week you’ll hear from someone whose freedom was restored through NACDL's clemency & early release initiatives, including the Return to Freedom Project. Get involved today: • Volunteer: h...

Be a Voice of Freedom: Volunteer for NACDL’s Return to Freedom Project
NACDL’s Return to Freedom Project is a banner title covering various NACDL compassionate and early relief efforts at the federal and state levels. You can make a difference. Volunteer for NACDL’s Return to Freedom Project today: https://www.na...

Defending Modern Drug Cases (2020) - A 13-Episode Web Series
Register for the virtual seminar here: https://bit.ly/333VhVA Drug prosecutions are once again on the rise as some states have enacted tougher drug laws. From challenging the arrest and seizure to picking a jury to cross-examining police officers, d...

NACDL's 11th Annual Defending Sex Cases Virtual Seminar (2020)
Register for this program here: https://bit.ly/2UItwNA Every year, NACDL identifies the hottest topics and most pressing issues when defending these cases, and brings-in nationally-renowned lawyers and experts to help you prepare for battle. This ye...

First Steps for State Sentencing Reform
To learn more about NACDL’s State Criminal Justice Network and Conference, please visit https://www.nacdl.org/SCJN Ending mass incarceration will require changing sentencing policies and practices. But where are we now and what impact will COVID-19...

Marsy's Law
To learn more about NACDL’s State Criminal Justice Network and Conference, please visit https://www.nacdl.org/SCJN Marsy's Law, a victims’ rights constitutional amendment, would bestow upon crime victims a vast array of often vague, difficult and...

Data Driven Policies - Criminal Justice Data Collection
To learn more about NACDL’s State Criminal Justice Network and Conference, please visit https://www.nacdl.org/SCJN The absence of uniform reporting and standardization requirements for criminal justice data makes meaningful transparency into court,...

Lessons Learned - Combatting Misinformation Around Bail Reform
To learn more about NACDL’s State Criminal Justice Network and Conference, please visit https://www.nacdl.org/SCJN Case Study on the New York Bail Reform Pushback: Before bail reform, 60% of people in New York jails were being held pretrial. Reform...

Parole and Probation Reform
To learn more about NACDL’s State Criminal Justice Network and Conference, please visit https://www.nacdl.org/SCJN Over half of the nearly 7 million people controlled by the U.S. criminal legal system are on probation and parole. Learn more about c...

Policing in America - Policing the Police
To learn more about NACDL’s State Criminal Justice Network and Conference, please visit https://www.nacdl.org/SCJN At least 85,000 law enforcement officers across the U.S. have been investigated or disciplined for misconduct over the past decade ac...

Q&A and Music Performance by Zoe Boekbinder of the Prison Music Project
To learn more about NACDL’s State Criminal Justice Network and Conference, please visit https://www.nacdl.org/SCJN http://www.zoeboekbinder.com/prisonmusicproject Conference materials: https://www.nacdl.org/Content/SCJN-Conference-Materials-2020 ...

Race Matters III: The Intersection of Race and Criminal Justice | Save the Date - Nov. 5-6, 2020
Register for this one-of-a-kind virtual seminar here: https://www.nacdl.org/Event/RaceMatters Race Matters in our criminal legal system. It affects what happens from initial contact with police on the street to the end of the case and everything in ...

This is NACDL
The NACDL Foundation for Criminal Justice supports the work of NACDL. Learn more about NACDL: https://www.NACDL.org Support the NACDL Foundation for Criminal Justice: https://www.NACDL.org/donate

Preserving the 6th Amendment: The Right to a Speedy Trial Amid Court Closures & Re-Openings
Presented by Alameda County Superior Court Judge Trina Thompson, First Assistant District Attorney for Multnomah County Jeffrey Howes, and Regional Attorney Manager for the State Public Defender in Northern Wisconsin Ryan Reid, and moderated by Profe...

Stories from NACDL’s Return to Freedom Projects: Tony Jones and Susan J. Walsh
Tony Jones received clemency with the pro bono assistance of NACDL Member Susan J. Walsh and Clemency Project 2014. Learn more about NACDL’s Return to Freedom Projects, and support our work: https://www.NACDL.org/supportfreedom

Making the Case for Life 12-hour Web Series
Register for this webinar here: https://bit.ly/32wpVGW Make the case...for your client's life! NACDL's 22nd Annual Making the Case for Life virtual web training is designed to help capital defenders, investigators, and mitigation specialists. Partic...

NACDLPress presents Quest for Justice: Defending the Damned 2nd Edition
Richard S. Jaffe, author of Quest for Justice: Defending the Damned 2nd Ed., gives readers a preview into the compelling book. Read endorsements, learn more about featured cases, and get your copy of Quest for Justice 2nd Ed. at https://www.Questfo...

Winning Strategies for Cross: Techniques to Confront, Control & Conquer the Witness
Register for this webinar here: https://bit.ly/2EROXqX A criminal trial is a battle of competing narratives; the defense must attack and refute the prosecution’s attempts to tell a story of guilt by utilizing a persuasive and effective cross-exami...

Talk to Me: Voir Dire and Jury De-Selection in Criminal Cases - A 13-Episode Web-Series
Register for this web-series here: https://bit.ly/31K0wJv In this 13-Episode NACDL Web Series, you will learn basic and advanced principles of effective voir dire, how jurors really think and decide, how to find the jurors of your dreams, and avoid...

Breaking Through: Challenging Police Credibility, Misconduct & Overreach - A 13-Hour Web Training
Register for this web training here: https://bit.ly/3ajSdXv Every day, in jurisdictions across the country, prosecutors skirt Brady requirements and police officers skirt the truth. Compounding the problem is the inability of defense counsel to acce...

Tech to Touch: Challenging & Suppressing Evidence Before Trial (2020)
Order this 2020 CLE Program Here: https://bit.ly/3dzjxSy Program Summary: Today's criminal defense bar is facing ever-increasing challenges when protecting their clients from law enforcement searches, unreliable information and prejudicial evidence....

Criminal Court Reopening in the COVID-19 Era [Webinar]
https://www.nacdl.org/Document/CriminalCourtReopeningAndCOVID-19 Presented by NACDL’s Task Force on Criminal Court Reopening: NACDL President Nina Ginsberg (DiMuro Ginsberg, PC, Alexandria, VA), Stephen Ross Johnson (Ritchie, Dillard, Davies & John...

Policing Black Bodies: Race + Pretrial Practices
https://www.nacdl.org/Content/Race-and-the-Criminal-Justice-System-Series

Policing Black Bodies: A Discussion on Race and the Criminal Justice System
https://www.nacdl.org/Content/Race-and-the-Criminal-Justice-System-Series

Eyewitness Memory & Identification Issues in Criminal Cases - A 7-Episode Web-Series
Sign-up for this one-of-a-kind web-series here: https://bit.ly/2OKl4uh In this 7-Episode NACDL Web Series, you will learn how to litigate the admissibility of identifications using the latest psychological research so you can actively work on changi...

2020 NFCJ Gala - Save the Date! Visit nacdl.org/gala
https://www.nacdl.org/gala

Litigating & Challenging False Confession Cases - A 7-Episode Web-Series
Sign-up for this unique web-series here: https://bit.ly/2WB8jGE In this 7-Episode NACDL Web Series, you will learn the science and theory behind false confessions; experts in the field will discuss how law enforcement interrogators coerce false conf...

NACDL & FAMM Virtual Panel Discussion on 'The Vanishing Trial' Documentary
Watch FAMM and NACDL’s June 15, 2020, virtual panel discussion on The Vanishing Trial. The panelists: • Sakira Cook, The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights • Brittany K. Barnett, Buried Alive Project • Clark Neily, The Cato Ins...

A Film Discussion on "The Vanishing Trial" - Norman L. Reimer, Lisa Wayne & Barry Scheck
On June 8, 2020, NACDL hosted a virtual screening and one-hour webinar discussing America’s trial penalty problem and the film "The Vanishing Trial." The panelists included Norman L. Reimer, NACDL Executive Director; Barry C. Scheck, Innocence Proj...

DUI DEFENSE: Mastering the Science & Technique
Register for this seminar here: https://bit.ly/30kXdbn The admissibility of certain evidence in DUI cases is the subject of great dispute. The so-called scientific chemical testing of blood, breath, or urine, play a significant role in the outcome o...

Race and the Justice System: 4th and 5th Amendment Cases – Todd Pugh
When you belong to NACDL, you take a stand for a fair, rational, and humane criminal justice system: for redressing systemic racism, for fairness in charging and sentencing, for protection of the Fourth and Sixth Amendments, and for elimination of th...

Native Americans and the Criminal Justice System - Prof. Barbara Creel
When you belong to NACDL, you take a stand for a fair, rational, and humane criminal justice system: for redressing systemic racism, for fairness in charging and sentencing, for protection of the Fourth and Sixth Amendments, and for elimination of th...

Sentencing Reform: Ending Mass Incarceration is One Step toward Racial Justice - Nicole Porter
When you belong to NACDL, you take a stand for a fair, rational, and humane criminal justice system: for redressing systemic racism, for fairness in charging and sentencing, for protection of the Fourth and Sixth Amendments, and for elimination of th...

Does the Race of the Lawyer Matter - Nan Whitfield
When you belong to NACDL, you take a stand for a fair, rational, and humane criminal justice system: for redressing systemic racism, for fairness in charging and sentencing, for protection of the Fourth and Sixth Amendments, and for elimination of th...

Bail, Risk Assessment & Race - Isaac Bryan
When you belong to NACDL, you take a stand for a fair, rational, and humane criminal justice system: for redressing systemic racism, for fairness in charging and sentencing, for protection of the Fourth and Sixth Amendments, and for elimination of th...

Practicing Cultural Humility - Gina Pruski
When you belong to NACDL, you take a stand for a fair, rational, and humane criminal justice system: for redressing systemic racism, for fairness in charging and sentencing, for protection of the Fourth and Sixth Amendments, and for elimination of th...

Race & Voir Dire - Eric Davis
When you belong to NACDL, you take a stand for a fair, rational, and humane criminal justice system: for redressing systemic racism, for fairness in charging and sentencing, for protection of the Fourth and Sixth Amendments, and for elimination of th...

The Intersection of Hip Hop, Racism and Criminal Justice - Drew Findling
When you belong to NACDL, you take a stand for a fair, rational, and humane criminal justice system: for redressing systemic racism, for fairness in charging and sentencing, for protection of the Fourth and Sixth Amendments, and for elimination of th...

Identifying, Preventing & Recovering from Secondary Trauma - Dr. Ifetayo Ojelade, PhD
When you belong to NACDL, you take a stand for a fair, rational, and humane criminal justice system: for redressing systemic racism, for fairness in charging and sentencing, for protection of the Fourth and Sixth Amendments, and for elimination of th...

Race & Police Violence: What's the Fourth Amendment Got to Do With It - Prof. Devon W. Carbado
When you belong to NACDL, you take a stand for a fair, rational, and humane criminal justice system: for redressing systemic racism, for fairness in charging and sentencing, for protection of the Fourth and Sixth Amendments, and for elimination of th...

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