Establishing Innocence or Guilt
Webinar begins: 12:00 PM each day
Duration: 3.5 Hours
Due to COVID-19, The Center for American & International Law suspended live, in-person attendance for this program. This year’s virtual program will offer selections intended for the in-person program.
Webinar begins: 12:00 PM, each day
Duration: 3.5 hours
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Details for connecting to the webinar will be sent prior to the program.
Topics & Presenters
This annual program will be a forum to consider wrongful convictions and answer the questions: Why do wrongful convictions occur? What can be done to reduce the likelihood of wrongful convictions?
This course is funded by a grant from the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals.
Who Should Attend?
Judges, Prosecutors and their staff, Criminal Defense Attorneys and their staff, Law Enforcement Officers, and law students. Thanks to the grant, the seminar is offered tuition-free to most registrants.
Texas Crime Lab Directors are encouraged to attend.
Tuition-FREE registration is available for the following constituents:
- Texas State judges
- Texas State judge’s staff
- Texas State prosecutors
- Texas State prosecutor’s staff
- Texas criminal defense lawyers who regularly represents indigent defendants in criminal matters in Texas State Courts
- Paralegals, investigators and/or mitigation experts of a Texas criminal defense lawyers who regularly represents indigent defendants in criminal matters in Texas State Courts
- Sworn Texas Law Enforcement Officers
- Texas Law Students
Written cancellation must be received 5 business days prior to a program to receive a refund (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org). After this date, no refunds, but substitution of attendees for this program will be permitted with prior approval. Registrants not entitled to a refund will receive the course materials. Note: Registrants must attend the program to receive the course materials, unless tuition was paid.
The Center for American and International Law does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other protected status in educational activities, scholarship programs or admissions.