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2018 Annual Conference CLE Archive

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Thursday, June 14

Can I Take That Back? Myriad Ways to Suppress Client Statements in Oregon
Conor Huseby, Federal Public Defender, Portland
Did My Client Really Say That? Spanish-Speaking Clients and Law Enforcement Interviews   
Laura Lopez, MA, Foundations Counseling and Interpreting Services, McMinnville; Manuel Perez, Deputy Public Defender, Public Defender Marion County, Salem 
(access to justice credit credit)
Lost in Translation — Forensic Evaluation of Adults with Suspected Developmental Language Disorders    
David C. Prillwitz, MS CCC-SP, Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist, Portland
Oregon Innocence Project: Closing Forensic Science Gaps in Your Case  
Janis Puracal, Attorney and Co-founder, Oregon Innocence Project, Portland
Friday, June 15
Appellate Update
Marc Brown and Stacy Du Clos, Appellate Division, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem
Restitution, Compensatory Fines, and Avoiding Civil Liability
Laura Fine, Attorney, Eugene
Better Than “No Comment”: How to Communicate with the Media
Noelle Crombie, Staff Writer, The Oregonian, Portland; Chris O’Connor, Metropolitan Public Defender, Portland
Sex Offender Tiering Update: Registration Relief Hearings in 2019
Michael Hsu, Board Member, Oregon Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision; Lisa Ludwig, Partner, Ludwig Runstein LLC; Kenneth Nolley, Oregon Voices and Emeritus Professor of English and Film Studies at Willamette University
BREAKOUT Session #1 — these breakouts happened concurrently

The Role of Foster Parents: How to Engage and How to Challenge
Victoria Moffet, Attorney, Prineville
Your Client Is a Witness? Invoking the Right Against Self-incrimination
Bill Walsh, Attorney, Portland
Time Management
Rachel Edwards, Professional Liability Fund, Oregon State Bar, Tigard
BREAKOUT Session #21 — these breakouts happened concurrently

Aid & Abet: Aiding Another Actually Present
Marc Brown, Mary Reese, Eric Deitrick, Appellate Division, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem
The View from the Bench What Works in the Courtroom: The Practices of Effective Courtroom Lawyers
The Honorable Michael Greenlick, Multnomah County Circuit Court, Portland
Post-Conviction Relief
Tony Bornstein, Federal Public Defender, Portland
Saturday, June 16
Legislative Update: Back to the Future
Mary Sofia, OCDLA Legislative Representative, Eugene
Delivery for Consideration: Agreement to Sell or a Completed Sale (State v. Stewart 2018)
Jessica Kampfe, Marion County Public Defender, Salem
Ethics — Direct Contempt: How Not to End Up in Jail
Ed Jones, Interim Executive Director, Metropolitan Public
Defender, Portland
(ethics credit)

In Oregon, the total number of approved credits for listening to all of the audio in the audio package if you also purchase the written material:

• 12 general, 1 access to justice, 1 ethics credit.

The program will also qualify for credit with the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training.

Consortia and Law Offices wishing multiple licenses, contact OCDLA.