2023 Recorded Annual Program: Actual Innocence
If you missed our in-person program, Actual Innocence: Establishing Innocence or Guilt (August 23-24, 2023), you still have a chance to attend the recorded session. Recordings will be available to view online for 30 days! *Register on December 1st to ensure you receive the access details before the viewing period closes on December 30th. Registration closes 5:00 pm CST, Friday, December 29, 2023 (no registrations will be accepted after this date and access to view recordings and program materials will close the following day).
Access to the recordings will only be available to view for 30 days beginning December 1st, 2023. An email will be sent to all registrants from our Webinar Host (BigMarker) with a link to access the recordings and materials (check your SPAM or Junk folder first if you haven’t received this email with 24-48 hours. Email Ryan with any questions).
This course was 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. Note: CLE credit will only be available for those who did not attend the in-person program August 23-24, 2023. TCOLE Credit is pending approval.
Topics and Faculty
This program is intended to bring together representatives of several segments of the justice system to consider and discuss ways to guard against and to correct wrongful convictions. Hear from defense lawyers, prosecutors, exonerees, subject matter experts, and more on the combined efforts of the criminal justice system to prevent wrongful convictions and ways of managing proceedings in post-conviction work.
The State Bar of Texas has approved this program for a total of 10.25 hours, no ethics.
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 and New Mexico. 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.
We will be using a third party platform to host the on demand recording. By registering for this event, your email address and personal information will be used by the webinar organizer to communicate with you about this event and other services.
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.