Conference Schedule

Conference Schedule: APDA Winter 2021 Conference



APDA Live Conference 2021

1 - Wednesday 8:45 AM to 10:15 AM
002 Incarceration Abolish private prisons John Dacey, Robert Craig 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
001 Mental Health Mental Health and Criminal Law: An Overview of the Interplay Through the Lens of a Case Hypo Jennifer Rock, Elisha Dunn 1.50 CLE 1.50 Ethics
032 DUI Police DUI Investigations and Accident Reconstruction Jeff McGrath, Bryan Young 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
2 - Wednesday 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
003 Ethics Ethics Review:  The Rules of Ethics, Presidents, Crimes, and Their Lawyers Bob McWhirter 1.50 CLE 1.50 Ethics
Review of the Rules of Ethics related to current events and legal issues of the current and past United States presidents
004 Law Strategies for success in representing clients in the first 3 weeks from IA Teddy Saldivar, Derek Trebesch 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
strategies for success in representing clients in the first 3 weeks from IA
033 DUI Don't Leave the Scene! Blaire Griffin 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
Why crash cases may be more defensible than you think. Defending against the 'actual physical control' DUI in the context of a collision.
3 - Wednesday 1:15 PM to 2:45 PM
005 Law Search and Seizure Kristin Curry, Jeff Roth 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
006 Law Clara Shortridge Foltz and the Birth of the Public Defender Jesse Turner 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
A brief history of the life and contributions of Clara Shortridge Foltz. Foltz was the first woman admitted to law school in California, the first woman admitted to the bar, and achieved several significant firsts for women in the Golden State. However, her greatest contribution may have been when she introduced the radical idea of the office of public defender in 1893.
007 Admin Professional Phone Etiquette for Law Office Staff Yesenia Carrasco, Stephanie Merz, Priscilla Martinez 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
An overview of the Do's and Don'ts of phone communications for law office staff
034 DUI Debunking and Defeating the Field Sobriety Test Michelle Behan 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
4 - Wednesday 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
008 Mitigation Working to prevent re-traumatization through the pre-and post-conviction process Leigh Rupert, Emilie Lambert, Ashley Meyer 1.50 CLE 1.50 Ethics
009 Law How the collateral consequences of a criminal matter can affect the client's dependency and severance cases Jason Ceola 1.50 CLE 1.50 Ethics
An overview of collateral consequences of a criminal matter on dependency & severances cases, how to properly advise your client of those consequences, and how to use current and past dependency actions to your advantage.
010 Investigators Inside Internal Affairs Investigations Thomas Denning, Jeffery Hoover 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
A look inside Internal Affairs investigations from the perspective of form IA investigators
035 DUI Principles in Forensic Toxicology Mike Grommes 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
5 - Thursday 8:45 AM to 10:15 AM
011 Courtroom Jury Selection using challenges for cause Kevin Brady, Kevin Heade, Jamie Jackson 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
012 Immigration Crimmigration TBD Dan Ballacer 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
013 Mitigation Humanizing our Clients through Mitigation Cynthia Yializis, Kate Verenna 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
This class will provide a broad overview of the role mitigation plays in our profession. We will cover case law and the various mitigating factors considered by the court; how to collect mitigation from our clients; and how to present it to the State and to the Court. We will provide a sample mitigation questionnaire and sentencing letter.
036 DUI Intro to DUI Rebecca Potter 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
6 - Thursday 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
014 Law Legislative updates Jared Keenan, Dean Brault, Nathan Wade 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
015 Courtroom Selling the Unbuyable Case Tom Glow 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
This interactive course explores how to persuade jurors, judges, and others to open their minds and see the possibility of an outcome other than guilt.
016 Investigators Innocent Confession; State of Oregon VS Troy Adcock (Agg. Murder/Death Penalty Case) Mike Maunder 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
3 year defense investigation on a robbery/murder case where the client was facing the death penalty. This course goes through the case and details how evidence was found to show the confession of Troy was made up. After 3 years of investigation, and many hurdles of thinking “outside the box”, the case was dismissed and Troy was released from jail. I will talk about the discussions/disagreements as the attorneys wanted to settle the case.
037 DUI GPS Data - Witness for the Defense, or for the State? Ron Hergert 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
AVL data from police vehicles can potentially help the defense but police can also extract GPS data from a defendant's vehicles as evidence for the prosecution - an introduction to Berla data and how it is being used.
7 - Thursday 12:15 PM to 1:00 PM (Awards Luncheon)
A001 Non-CLE Awards Luncheon at the pool patio on the 2nd floor 0.00 CLE 0.00 Ethics
Awards Luncheon at the pool patio on the 2nd floor
8 - Thursday 1:15 PM to 2:45 PM
017 Forensics Critiquing the Corpse, ME 101 Alicia Dominguez 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
1.50
018 Law Case Law Update David Euchner 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
David Euchner's review of the Arizona and SCOTUS cases decided in the last two years
038 DUI Blood Testing for Drugs. James Nesci 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
044 Law Researching Legislative History for Dummies Timothy Sparling, Kyle Ewing 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
No idea how to research legislative history? No worries – we can teach you all the things you might think you were already taught about legislative history but probably weren’t! Come to our class and we’ll show you the basic skills and methodology needed to find legislative committee reports, agendas, floor statements, old code, and more!
9 - Thursday 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
020 Law Anatomy of False Confession Tim Agan, Joshua Tesoriero 1.50 CLE 1.50 Ethics
Common interrogation techniques. How False Confessions happen, including the risk factors for a false confession. How to litigate confessions both pre-trial and at trial.
021 Immigration Crimmigration TBD Michael Neufeld, 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
022 Investigators Homicide Investigations Tom Leazotte 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
039 DUI The New, Unimproved MVD. Kathleen Carey 1.50 CLE 0.50 Ethics
10 - Friday 8:45 AM to 10:15 AM
023 Law I can't tell you that! HIPAA Stephanie Ehrbright, Paula Krasselt, Scott Silva 1.50 CLE 1.50 Ethics
024 Sex Sex Crimes Updates Brittany Lamb, Jerry Schreck 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
025 Mitigation "In the field" Investigations Jessica Cordero, Golden Spencer, William Pajak, Danielle Yalden 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
mitigation specialists focus on the process of field interviews, preparing for out-of-state field investigation and interviews, and more mitigation-related issues. And then the other 45 minutes by an investigator on the above-mentioned topics.
040 DUI Intro to Common Misc. Dui Trial Issues: admission of 911 calls without a caller, admission of medical records Kris Califano 1.50 CLE 1.00 Ethics
11 - Friday 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
026 Ethics Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Common Ethical Situations in Criminal Defense and What to Expect if You Receive a Bar Complaint Sierra Taylor, Maryam Naioom 1.50 CLE 1.50 Ethics
027 Sex Realities of DOC and Probation for Sex Offenders Nicole Hartley 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
Join Nicole and two sex offender clients to hear first hand about the experiences of being a sex offender in prison and on probation in the community. The goal is to provide insight so you can better prepare our clients for what to expect after sentencing on a sex crimes case.
041 DUI How to fight Marijuana DUI's after the passing of Arizona Prop 207 Jocquese Blackwell 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
12 - Friday 1:15 PM to 2:45 PM
028 Incarceration Correctional Health Services Programs for clients in jail Mary Page, Angela Fischer, Lynne Ertebati, Lisa Struble 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
Correctional Health Services Programs for clients in jail
029 Sex “False” Confessions in Sex Crimes Cases Kevin Brady, Katie Krejci 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
042 DUI Right to Counsel Issues in DUI cases Sean McNally 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
13 - Friday 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
030 Mental Health Dealing with Difficult Clients and Ethical Issues and Stress Relievers Sara Priestley 1.50 CLE 1.50 Ethics
Characteristics of Difficult People and Tactics for dealing with them. Ethical Issues that go along with Difficult Clients and how to De-Stress after dealing with your difficult client.
031 Sex Child Pornography Phil Beatty, Brittany Lamb 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
043 DUI Introduction to Blood Testing for Alcohol Ryan Huffman 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics

Conference Schedule: APDA Winter 2021 Conference


APDA Live Conference 2021

1 - Wednesday 8:45 AM to 10:15 AM
002 Incarceration Abolish private prisons John Dacey, Robert Craig 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
001 Mental Health Mental Health and Criminal Law: An Overview of the Interplay Through the Lens of a Case Hypo Jennifer Rock, Elisha Dunn 1.50 CLE 1.50 Ethics
032 DUI Police DUI Investigations and Accident Reconstruction Jeff McGrath, Bryan Young 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
2 - Wednesday 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
003 Ethics Ethics Review:  The Rules of Ethics, Presidents, Crimes, and Their Lawyers Bob McWhirter 1.50 CLE 1.50 Ethics
Review of the Rules of Ethics related to current events and legal issues of the current and past United States presidents
004 Law Strategies for success in representing clients in the first 3 weeks from IA Teddy Saldivar, Derek Trebesch 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
strategies for success in representing clients in the first 3 weeks from IA
033 DUI Don't Leave the Scene! Blaire Griffin 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
Why crash cases may be more defensible than you think. Defending against the 'actual physical control' DUI in the context of a collision.
3 - Wednesday 1:15 PM to 2:45 PM
005 Law Search and Seizure Kristin Curry, Jeff Roth 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
006 Law Clara Shortridge Foltz and the Birth of the Public Defender Jesse Turner 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
A brief history of the life and contributions of Clara Shortridge Foltz. Foltz was the first woman admitted to law school in California, the first woman admitted to the bar, and achieved several significant firsts for women in the Golden State. However, her greatest contribution may have been when she introduced the radical idea of the office of public defender in 1893.
007 Admin Professional Phone Etiquette for Law Office Staff Yesenia Carrasco, Stephanie Merz, Priscilla Martinez 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
An overview of the Do's and Don'ts of phone communications for law office staff
034 DUI Debunking and Defeating the Field Sobriety Test Michelle Behan 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
4 - Wednesday 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
008 Mitigation Working to prevent re-traumatization through the pre-and post-conviction process Leigh Rupert, Emilie Lambert, Ashley Meyer 1.50 CLE 1.50 Ethics
009 Law How the collateral consequences of a criminal matter can affect the client's dependency and severance cases Jason Ceola 1.50 CLE 1.50 Ethics
An overview of collateral consequences of a criminal matter on dependency & severances cases, how to properly advise your client of those consequences, and how to use current and past dependency actions to your advantage.
010 Investigators Inside Internal Affairs Investigations Thomas Denning, Jeffery Hoover 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
A look inside Internal Affairs investigations from the perspective of form IA investigators
035 DUI Principles in Forensic Toxicology Mike Grommes 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
5 - Thursday 8:45 AM to 10:15 AM
011 Courtroom Jury Selection using challenges for cause Kevin Brady, Kevin Heade, Jamie Jackson 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
012 Immigration Crimmigration TBD Dan Ballacer 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
013 Mitigation Humanizing our Clients through Mitigation Cynthia Yializis, Kate Verenna 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
This class will provide a broad overview of the role mitigation plays in our profession. We will cover case law and the various mitigating factors considered by the court; how to collect mitigation from our clients; and how to present it to the State and to the Court. We will provide a sample mitigation questionnaire and sentencing letter.
036 DUI Intro to DUI Rebecca Potter 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
6 - Thursday 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
014 Law Legislative updates Jared Keenan, Dean Brault, Nathan Wade 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
015 Courtroom Selling the Unbuyable Case Tom Glow 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
This interactive course explores how to persuade jurors, judges, and others to open their minds and see the possibility of an outcome other than guilt.
016 Investigators Innocent Confession; State of Oregon VS Troy Adcock (Agg. Murder/Death Penalty Case) Mike Maunder 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
3 year defense investigation on a robbery/murder case where the client was facing the death penalty. This course goes through the case and details how evidence was found to show the confession of Troy was made up. After 3 years of investigation, and many hurdles of thinking “outside the box”, the case was dismissed and Troy was released from jail. I will talk about the discussions/disagreements as the attorneys wanted to settle the case.
037 DUI GPS Data - Witness for the Defense, or for the State? Ron Hergert 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
AVL data from police vehicles can potentially help the defense but police can also extract GPS data from a defendant's vehicles as evidence for the prosecution - an introduction to Berla data and how it is being used.
7 - Thursday 12:15 PM to 1:00 PM (Awards Luncheon)
A001 Non-CLE Awards Luncheon at the pool patio on the 2nd floor 0.00 CLE 0.00 Ethics
Awards Luncheon at the pool patio on the 2nd floor
8 - Thursday 1:15 PM to 2:45 PM
017 Forensics Critiquing the Corpse, ME 101 Alicia Dominguez 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
1.50
018 Law Case Law Update David Euchner 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
David Euchner's review of the Arizona and SCOTUS cases decided in the last two years
038 DUI Blood Testing for Drugs. James Nesci 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
044 Law Researching Legislative History for Dummies Timothy Sparling, Kyle Ewing 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
No idea how to research legislative history? No worries – we can teach you all the things you might think you were already taught about legislative history but probably weren’t! Come to our class and we’ll show you the basic skills and methodology needed to find legislative committee reports, agendas, floor statements, old code, and more!
9 - Thursday 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
020 Law Anatomy of False Confession Tim Agan, Joshua Tesoriero 1.50 CLE 1.50 Ethics
Common interrogation techniques. How False Confessions happen, including the risk factors for a false confession. How to litigate confessions both pre-trial and at trial.
021 Immigration Crimmigration TBD Michael Neufeld, 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
022 Investigators Homicide Investigations Tom Leazotte 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
039 DUI The New, Unimproved MVD. Kathleen Carey 1.50 CLE 0.50 Ethics
10 - Friday 8:45 AM to 10:15 AM
023 Law I can't tell you that! HIPAA Stephanie Ehrbright, Paula Krasselt, Scott Silva 1.50 CLE 1.50 Ethics
024 Sex Sex Crimes Updates Brittany Lamb, Jerry Schreck 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
025 Mitigation "In the field" Investigations Jessica Cordero, Golden Spencer, William Pajak, Danielle Yalden 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
mitigation specialists focus on the process of field interviews, preparing for out-of-state field investigation and interviews, and more mitigation-related issues. And then the other 45 minutes by an investigator on the above-mentioned topics.
040 DUI Intro to Common Misc. Dui Trial Issues: admission of 911 calls without a caller, admission of medical records Kris Califano 1.50 CLE 1.00 Ethics
11 - Friday 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
026 Ethics Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Common Ethical Situations in Criminal Defense and What to Expect if You Receive a Bar Complaint Sierra Taylor, Maryam Naioom 1.50 CLE 1.50 Ethics
027 Sex Realities of DOC and Probation for Sex Offenders Nicole Hartley 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
Join Nicole and two sex offender clients to hear first hand about the experiences of being a sex offender in prison and on probation in the community. The goal is to provide insight so you can better prepare our clients for what to expect after sentencing on a sex crimes case.
041 DUI How to fight Marijuana DUI's after the passing of Arizona Prop 207 Jocquese Blackwell 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
12 - Friday 1:15 PM to 2:45 PM
028 Incarceration Correctional Health Services Programs for clients in jail Mary Page, Angela Fischer, Lynne Ertebati, Lisa Struble 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
Correctional Health Services Programs for clients in jail
029 Sex “False” Confessions in Sex Crimes Cases Kevin Brady, Katie Krejci 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
042 DUI Right to Counsel Issues in DUI cases Sean McNally 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
13 - Friday 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
030 Mental Health Dealing with Difficult Clients and Ethical Issues and Stress Relievers Sara Priestley 1.50 CLE 1.50 Ethics
Characteristics of Difficult People and Tactics for dealing with them. Ethical Issues that go along with Difficult Clients and how to De-Stress after dealing with your difficult client.
031 Sex Child Pornography Phil Beatty, Brittany Lamb 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics
043 DUI Introduction to Blood Testing for Alcohol Ryan Huffman 1.50 CLE 0.00 Ethics