On the Road: For Prosecutors and Law Enforcement Officials
McKinney, Texas, USA
Collin County District Attorney’s Office
2100 Boomdale Rd., Central Jury Room, Ste. 12090
McKinney, Texas 75071
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12:30 pm - 4:45 pm
Actual Innocence & Wrongful Convictions: Why Cases Don't Get Solved? This half-day program will identify the contributing causes of investigative failures, how they impact judgement and decision-making during investigations and offer recommendations on how to understand, recognize and avoid these traps and hazards.
This course is funded by a grant from The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals.
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Schedule and Faculty
This course will be taught by Gregg McCrary with anticipated times for the program’s start/recess being: 12:30 pm - 4:45 pm. No meals will be provided.
Who Should Attend?
Attendance is limited to Texas Prosecuting Attorneys, their Staff and Law Enforcement Officials.
The State Bar of Texas has approved this program for a total of 3.5 hours, no ethics. Course ID Number: 174022830.
In addition to Texas, after the program (if requested) CAIL will directly apply for course accreditation in the following states, as long as course materials and evaluations are not required: California, New Mexico, and Oklahoma. Attorneys may be eligible to receive CLE credit through attorney self-submission in other states, as long as course materials and evaluations are not required to be submitted.
4 hours of training credit available.
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