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2016 Winter Conference CLE Archive

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Friday, December 2
Moderated by Valerie Rone, Metropolitan Public Defender Services, Portland

8a | Registration/Continental Breakfast (included)

9 | Forensic and Crime Lab Update: What Is OSP Doing Now? Are Other Reforms on the Horizon?
Bobbin Singh, Executive Director,
Oregon Justice Resource Center, Portland

9:45 | Themes and Theme-Related Defenses in Sexual Assault Cases
Keith Belzer, La Crosse, WI

10:45 | Break/Door Prizes

11 | Primer on Impeachment for Bias
From chaos to good counsel and some Greek guy named Bias — the nuts and bolts of cross-examination for bias
Brian Schmonsees, Metropolitan Public Defender Services, Portland

12p | Lunch (included)

1 | Insiders’ View of Bundy—Luck, Hard Work, and the Unpredictability of Trial
Tiffany Harris, Lisa Ludwig, Lisa Maxfield, Per C. Olson, Portland; Matthew Schindler, Lake Oswego; Robert Salisbury, St. Helens

2 | State v. Williams: New and Important Developments from the Appellate Courts
Kristin Carveth, Erica Herb, Mary Reese, Office of Public Defense Services, Salem

2:45 | Break/Door Prizes

3 | Overturning Apodaca v. Oregon Should Be Easy
Aliza Kaplan, Professor of Lawyering and Director, Criminal Justice Reform Clinic, Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland

4 | Adjourn for the day

6 | Holiday Dinner and Ken Morrow Award Presentation to John Potter
Plus a short Live Auction
(See registration form for tickets.)

Saturday, December 3
Moderated by Jason Weber, Portland

7:45a | Hot Breakfast (included)

8:30 | What Should You Do When PCR Counsel Comes Calling? United We Stand, Divided We Fall (ethics)
Dennis Balske, Portland

9:30 | Preindictment Representation
Elizabeth Levi and Ethan Levi, Portland

10:15 | Break/Door Prizes

10:30 | Sex Offender Classification and Implementation of House Bill 2549, Tiering the Sex Offender Registry
Michael Wu, Chair, Oregon Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision, Salem

11:30 | Social Media and Pretrial Publicity: What Can We Learn From Bundy? (ethics)
Michael Arnold, Eugene and Peter Jarvis, Portland

12:30p | Adjourn

Approved in Oregon for:
• 7.25 general
• 2 ethics

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