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2016 Death Penalty CLE Archive

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Death Penalty Defense: Trying Cases in Trying Times
October 28–29, 201 6

Friday October 28

Noon   Registration / Check In
1:00   Systemic Challenges to the Death Penalty
                     Henderson Hill, 8th Amendment Project, Durham, NC 
2:15    Creating and Communicating with the Capital Defense Team
                     Kathleen Correll, Portland
3:00    Break / Door Prizes
3:15    Defending Veterans: Making FOIA Requests and Other Practical Tips
                     Bryan Boender, Eugene
4:00  Jury Selection with Mental Health Mitigation in Mind
                     Tamara Brady, Denver, CO
5:15     Adjourn

Saturday October 29
7:30     Hot Breakfast (included)
8:30   Buying Life Insurance: Federalizing Issues for Federal Habeas Corpus
                      Dennis Balske, Portland
9:30   Penalty Phase: The Closing, The Structure, The Substance
                      Marc Bookman, Atlantic Center for Capital Representation, Philadelphia, PA
10:45   Break / Door Prizes
11:00  Completing and Correcting the Record on Appeal...and Beyond
                       Ryan O’Connor, Portland
11:45   Investigations of Mitigation and Violence Risk Assessment for Prison: Not as distinct as you might think! 
1:00     Adjourn

Featuring Henderson Hill, 8th Amendment Project, Charlotte, NC; Tamara Brady, Colorado State Public Defender, Greeley, CO; Marc Bookman, Atlantic Center for Capital Representation, Phila., PA; Mark Cunningham, PhD, Seattle, WA, and Tiffany Cunningham, MA, MSW, LCSW, and capital mitigation consultant, Seattle, WA; Kathleen Correll, Portland; Bryan Boender, Eugene; Dennis Balske, Portland; and Ryan O'Connor, Portland.

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:

• 8.75 general

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.