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2017 Sunny Climate CLE Archive

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Morning moderator: David McDonald, Portland, OR
8:30    |    The Honorable Bronson James,  Oregon Court of Appeals    
Beyond the usual on hot topic electronic issues: automated suspicion algorithms, border searches, electronic privacy, technology, and more.
9:30   |    Hanni Fakhoury, Federal Public Defender, Oakland, CA
Pushing the cloud — issues trending in algorithms, computer code and IP law in the criminal justice system.
10:30   |    Break
10:45   |   Marcia Hofmann, Adjunct Professor, University of California Hastings College of Law, and Zeitgeist Law PC, San Francisco, CA  
A view from below — defending the accused on issues like network investigative
techniques, algorithm- based risk assessment tools, and challenging electronic
probation/parole search conditions.
11:45 Lunch (included for seminar registrants)
Afternoon moderator: John Potter, OCDLA Executive Director Emeritus
12:45p   |   Thomas H. Speedy Rice, Clarke Johnston Thorp & Rice, Attorneys at Law, San Diego, CA      
Shining a spotlight on international rights, access to justice and anti-corruption practices and education.
2:15–2:30 Break
2:30 p.m. Judy Clarke, Clarke Johnston Thorp & Rice, Attorneys at Law, San Diego, CA     
Tying it all together — nationally known defender in high profile capital cases offers her unique take on trial tactics.
This session was not recorded.
4:00 Adjourn
Approved in Oregon for:
• 4.5 general credits
(The live program was approved for 6 general credits but only 4.5 hours were recorded).

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