Casemaker Libra

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The 14th Annual Criminal Justice Institute

Publication Year: September 6, 2007   Publication Type: Coursebook

Table of Contents:

 Chairs and Faculty
 Summary of Contents
 Program Schedule
 Steering Committee
 Faculty Biographies
 Chapter One- Recent Decisions of the United States Supreme Court 2006-2007
 Chapter Two- 2007 Legislative Session Update
 Chapter Three- Reserve Pages
 Chapter Four- Selected DUI Issues- Developments
 Chapter Five- Loss and Restoration of Rights
 Chapter Six- Public Disclosure Discovery Strategies for Access
 Chapter Seven- Criminal Caselaw Update
 Chapter Eight- Analyzing and Using Forensic Reports- Crime Sceneconstruction
 Chapter Nine- Appellate Strategies- Making a Record for Appeal
 Chapter Ten- Reserve Pages
 Chapter Eleven- Recent Developments in Evidence Affecting Criminal Practice
 Chapter Twelve- Washington Search and Seizure Update
 Chapter Thirteen- Report on the Work of the Committee on Public Defense
 Chapter Fourteen- Selected Ethics and Professionalism Issues
 Chapter Fifteen- The Washington State Commission on Judicial Conduct- An Overview
 Chapter Sixteen- A Federal Courts- Pretrial Release and Detention Rules
 Chapter Sixteen- B Conditions of Pretrial Release- Implementing CRRLJ-CRR 3.2
 Chapter Sixteen- C CRRLJ 3.2, 18 U.S.C. 3142- Conditions of Release Issues in State
 Chapter Sixteen- D CRRLJ 3.2, 18 U.S.C. 3142- Conditions of Release Issues in State
 Chapter Seventeen- Reserve Pages
 Chapter Eightteen- Reserve Pages
 Chapter Nineteen- What You Need to Know about Responses to Relapse by a Client Under Treatment
 Chapter Twenty- A Law Enforcement and Witness Interviews- The Sequel
 Chapter Twenty- B Do False Confessions Occur