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2014 Death Penalty Defense Seminar: Turning of the Tide

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How to Litigate in the Coming of Abolition - Written material only (hardcopy and CD)
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$150.00
How to Litigate in the Coming of Abolition - Written materials (CD) and audio CDs
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$255.00
How to Litigate in the Coming of Abolition - Written materials (hardcopy and CD) and audio CDs
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$285.00
How to Litigate in the Coming of Abolition - Zip download containing written material and MP3 audio files
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$235.00

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What You Can Do For Us (and Vice Versa)
Ali Vander Zanden and Bobbin Singh, Oregon Justice Resource Center, and Ron Steiner, Oregonians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty, Portland

The Dawning of a New Era: A Road Map to National Abolition
Rob Smith, University of North Carolina School of Law, Chapel Hill, NC

A Flaw in the Ointment: Faulty Forensics
Kevin Sali, Portland

Fox in the Hen House: Policing Misconduct
Renee Manes, Federal Public Defender, Portland

What You Can Do For Us (and Vice Versa)
Ali Vander Zanden and Bobbin Singh, Oregon Justice Resource Center, and Ron Steiner, Oregonians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty, Portland

The Dawning of a New Era: A Road Map to National Abolition
Rob Smith, University of North Carolina School of Law, Chapel Hill, NC

A Flaw in the Ointment: Faulty Forensics
Kevin Sali, Portland

Fox in the Hen House: Policing Misconduct
Renee Manes, Federal Public Defender, Portland

I Know What Jurors Like: Lessons from Jury Research
Elizabeth Vartkessian, Capital Jury Project, University at Albany, State University of New York

Litigating with Jury Research in Mind
Elizabeth Vartkessian and Rob Smith

Can We All Get Along?: Trial and PCR Counsel
Mike Charlton, Post-Conviction Attorney, Eugene; Geoff Gokey, Trial Attorney, Redmond; Marc Sussman, Portland

Your Turn: Successful and Inventive Strategies by Defense Teams Around the State
 
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