Reasonable Doubt Through
Unbundle False Confessions; Neuroscience and Intent,
Collecting Evidence in the Age of HIPAA
April 17th 8:20 - 4:40
Firespring, 1201 Infinity Court, Lincoln
Influence Model Interrogation
Learn how to dissect an interrogation into significant parts -- evidence ploys, statement narrative suggestions and linking giving a suggested narrative-based statement to leniency and linking failure to give a statement other than "I didn't do it" to harsh punishment.
Scenes of a Crime
The documentary about the Adrian Thomas case in which the film makers take the case apart and use the actual interrogation footage to illustrate the influence model.
Dissecting the Interrogation
Learn how to properly analyze the confession in relation to contamination and isolating the suspect's volunteered information and comparing it to case evidence. The information that the suspect volunteers is simply wrong and the confession statement is actually evidence of innocence because it doesn't fit the facts of the crime.
Neuroscience and the Law
Learn how to use the advances in neuroscientific research to vigorously defend your clients. Gain an understanding of the basic neurological medicine and its application in criminal trial courts. You will learn the basic functions of the different parts of the brain, the various types of brain imaging and testing, and how they can be applied to analyze behavior.
The Developing Brain
You will gain an understanding of brain development, explain the unique needs of juveniles with brain injury and cognitive disabilities, and discuss the challenges and unique needs those juveniles have when they are also involved in the juvenile justice system.
HIPAA Related Ethical Considerations
Strict requirements, ambiguous definitions, growing security threats and more can make HIPAA compliance a challenging endeavor for attorneys. Are you fully up to date on the recent changes, compliance traps and new patient rights information? Learn how you can remain effective in everyday practice while ensuring full compliance with HIPAA.
DR RICHARD OFSHE
Dr Ofshe is a world-renowned expert on influence interrogation. Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of California, Berkeley. He is a member of the advisory board of the False Memory Syndrome Foundation advocacy organization. In 1979 he shared in the award of the Pulitzer Prize for Meritorious Public Service given to the Point Reyes Light Newspaper. Influence in police interrogation has been his principal research interest for over 25 years
Ms. Frost a former NCDAA President has been an attorney for over 30 years. She is a member of the Judicial Nominating Committee for the Nebraska Supreme Court. She is a highly skilled criminal defense attorney defended clients accused of homicide, sexual assault, drug crimes, money laundering and DUI. She has handled more than 80 civil and criminal appeals in state and federal courts.
DR STUART WHITE
Dr. White is Director of the Decision-Making Research Program in the Center for Neurobehavioral Research. He is an expert in the neurobiology of antisocial behavior youth and has published more than 30 scientific manuscripts on this and related topics. Dr. White serves as a scientific advisor to the National Courts and Sciences Institute, which involves educating judges on scientific topics.
Ms. Jahn a Creighton University School of Law graduate has been a licensed attorney for over 25 years. She is currently Associate Counsel Health Sciences at Creighton University.
DIRECTIONS AND PARKING
From I-80, take exit 397 to US-77 S/Homestead Expressway in Lincoln. From US-77 turn left onto Old Cheney Road. Turn right onto South 14th Street, turn right onto Infinity Court. Parking is available at the location.
CANCELLATION AND REFUNDS
Full refunds will be made if cancellation is received by April 14th.
NCDAA is an accredited sponsor. The seminar has been approved for 6.16 hours of MCLE credit, including one hour of ethics in Nebraska. MCLE Activity # 190863. The seminar has been approved for 6 hours of MCLE credit, including one hour of ethics in Iowa. MCLE Activity # 344340