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  • Includes a Live Web Event on 01/24/2023 at 2:00 PM (EST)

    ​Regardless of the crime, most of our criminal cases now produce some form of digital evidence. Understanding digital evidence, including how to properly obtain, interpret, use, and present it in court is hugely important for the success of investigations and prosecutions, alike. Join NDAA and a faculty of experienced investigators, prosecutors, and related disciplines for a course designed to provide you with the essentials in digital evidence.

  • Includes a Live Web Event on 01/17/2023 at 2:00 PM (EST)

    ​Regardless of the crime, most of our criminal cases now produce some form of digital evidence. Understanding digital evidence, including how to properly obtain, interpret, use, and present it in court is hugely important for the success of investigations and prosecutions, alike. Join NDAA and a faculty of experienced investigators, prosecutors, and related disciplines for a course designed to provide you with the essentials in digital evidence.

  • On-Demand: In this CLE, career prosecutor and ethics instructor David A. Lord, will use the Rittenhouse trial to examine the ethical pitfalls that can occur for both sides at each of the four primary parts of a trial – opening statement; an attorney’s presentation of their case (i.e. direct examination of witnesses); cross examination of the opposing side’s witnesses; and closing argument.

  • On-Demand: The Maricopa County Attorney’s Office has partnered with the Arizona Retailers’ Association to identify trends, individuals, and groups creating substantial losses for Arizona retailers. In this webinar, County Attorney Rachel Mitchell and Arizona Retailers Association Executive Director Michelle Ahlmer will discuss how county prosecutors are working with local law enforcement, city prosecution agencies, and retail loss prevention professionals to address this serious community issue.

  • ​On-Demand: The National District Attorneys Association is partnering with national nonprofit For The People, to provide a two-part series of educational webinars on a rapidly emerging area of law: Prosecutor-Initiated Resentencing.

  • 1.5 CLE Credits On-Demand: ​This course discusses the challenges that juvenile court prosecutors face getting social media evidence admitted at adjudication. Prosecutors will learn about different sources and methods for accessing digital evidence. Specifics will be taught on how to authenticate social media evidence and how to deal with hearsay objections concerning social media.

  • On-Demand: This course provides attorneys with practical approaches to reducing bottlenecks in evidence collection and sharing – from more timely and organized discovery to smoother presentation of evidence in hearings.

  • 1.50 On-Demand CLE Credit Hours: Plea bargaining constitutes an enormous portion of a prosecutor’s workload and yet, we are given little ethical guidance on how to do this part of our job. In this ninety-minute webinar, career prosecutor and ethics instructor David Lord will discuss modern criticism of plea bargaining and will offer a framework that you can use when negotiating cases that advances due process, while also ensuring compliance with your ethical obligations.

  • 1.5 CLE Credit On-Demand: ​This course discusses the challenges that juvenile court prosecutors face getting social media evidence admitted at adjudication. Prosecutors will learn about different sources and methods for accessing digital evidence. Specifics will be taught on how to authenticate social media evidence and how to deal with hearsay objections concerning social media

  • On-Demand: Prosecutors face challenges every day that can impact their own well-being. This webinar discussed these challenges and issues related to prosecutor well-being, including a wide range of topics such as secondary trauma, burnout, compassion fatigue, and more. Prosecutors’ wellness is essential to their effectiveness in administering fair and equitable justice.