Key to the government’s prosecution is the testimony from “material witnesses,” who are themselves alleged undocumented immigrants. Learn how to interview these witnesses and prepare effectively for cross-examination (either in a deposition or at trial) and challenge the use of deposition testimony. This session will also suggest pretrial motions and trial strategies which will help you counter the assertion that your client knew the people with whom he was traveling were undocumented immigrants, and the allegation that the offense charged was committed for profit.
These presentations were recorded August 12-14, 2010, during the Multi-Track Seminar and the Fundamentals of Federal Criminal Defense Training in Miami, Florida.
The Multi-Track Seminar was designed to offer in-depth instruction in a variety of substantive criminal defense topic areas. Five of the tracks - Fraud, Computer Crimes, Immigration, Sentencing and Forensics - were presented in four distinct hour-long time blocks. These sessions were presented on Thursday, August 12, 2010, and then repeated on Friday, August 13, 2010. The seminar design provided seminar participants with the opportunity to attend two of the five separate tracks taking place on Thursday and Friday. On Saturday, August 14, 2010, seminar participants had the opportunity to attend both plenary and small group breakout sessions. Those sessions addressed topics of general interest and importance to criminal defense practitioners.
The following Multi-Track presentations were recorded and are available for viewing:
The Fundamentals of Federal Criminal Defense Training was a full day program specifically designed for practitioners who were new to federal criminal defense practice. It provided the opportunity to receive instruction on the areas most vital to providing an effective defense for their clients.
The following Fundamentals of Federal Criminal Defense Training Sessions were recorded and are available for viewing:
August 13, 2010
Defender Services Office Training Division
This Seminar is presented free of charge.