Mission Possible: Defending Sex Cases * March 3–4 2017

03/03/2017 12:00 PM - 03/04/2017 5:00 PM (GMT-07:00) America/Los_Angeles


REGISTRATION — Earlybird Deadline to save $25: February 21
Who May Attend?
This program is open to defense lawyers and those professionals and law students directly involved in the defense function.

What's Included?
•    CLE credit
•    Written materials (download)
•    Continental breakfast and lunch on Saturday and refreshments at the breaks

Contact OCDLA to inquire about scholarships.

Cancellations made before February 24 will receive a refund less a $25 cancellation fee. Cancellations made on or after February 24 —once material download link has been emailed—will receive a refund less a $100 cancellation/written material fee. New No-show Policy: Written materials are sent in advance to all participants. Audio materials in the form of MP3 recordings will be sent to OCDLA members only; nonmembers who do not attend are ineligible to receive the audio recordings or a refund.

Eugene Hilton
66 East 6th St


Call now and mention OCDLA to receive the special conference rate of $122; after February 7 these rates may be offered on a space-available basis only.

CLE Credit—Approval pending. If you need credit in a state other than Oregon, Washington, or California, call OCDLA.




MISSION POSSIBLE: Defending Sex Crimes
March 3–4, 2017 | Eugene Hilton
Friday, March 3
Moderator: Jessica Snyder, Metropolitan Public Defenders, Portland

1:00 | Tiers and Fears: Navigating This Strange New World of Relief from Sex Offender Registration
Emily Simon and Jessica Snyder, Metropolitan Public Defenders, Portland
2:00 | Sex Crime Defense: Innocents, Deviants and Perverts, Oh My! ethics credit
Steve Sherlag, Portland
3:00 | Break / Door Prizes

3:15 | Discovery & Investigation in Sex Cases
Elizabeth Baker, Eugene
4:15 | Deja Vu: Dangerousness and Treatment Options—A Psychological Perspective on Sex Offenders
Kirk Johnson, PhD, Vancouver, WA

5:15 | Adjourn

Saturday, March 4
Moderator: Susan Elizabeth Reese, Newport
7:45 | Continental Breakfast (included)

8:30 | Don't Allow the Prosecutor to Bear Witness: Repudiating the Corroborator in a World of Vouching
David McDonald, Portland
9:30 Break / Door Prizes

9:45 | Used and Abused: Hearsay Rules in Sex Cases
Bryan Francesconi, Metropolitan Public Defenders, and Valerie Rone, Metropolitan Public Defenders, Portland  
10:45 | Expert Testimony in Child/Adolescent/Teenage Sex Assault Cases: Tips for Crossing the State’s Expert
Shannon Smith, Bloomfield Hills, MI
12:00 | Lunch (included)

1:00 | Translating "Expert Speak" into "Jury Speak": Helping Jurors Understand Why Child Interviewing Protocols Matter
Wendy Bourg, PhD, Portland
2:00 | Break / Door Prizes

2:15 | The Crucible: Attacking Search Warrants in the Child Pornography Case
Per Olson, Portland
3:15 | Road Kill: Unintended and Unanticipated Discoveries in Representation – Child Abuse Reporting Credit
Chris Hansen, Eugene

4:15 | Adjourn