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Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council
302 W. Washington St., Rm. E-205
Indianapolis, IN 46204
David N. Powell
February 27-March 2
Hyatt Regency Savannah, GA
This course is designed for prosecution teams who want to learn more about electronic and high tech evidence in their cases as well as develop a better understanding of how to incorporate technology into the courtroom. You will spend the first two days of the course learning about the technology behind computers, cell phones and other media from experts in the field. The second part of the course will focus on managing technological evidence in your case as well as bringing technology into your trial practice. An optional “hands on” tech lab will help you incorporate cutting edge trial software into your cases. After taking this course, you will feel more confident working with computer, cell phone, and social media evidence. You will learn how to avoid ethical pitfalls and how to better try your case to a judge or jury using the latest visual trial techniques.
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The Pearl Hotel
South Padre Island, TX
Sponsored by NDAA, this program provides the necessary evidentiary framework for the prosecutor and other members of the prosecution team pre-charging, pre-trial, post-trial and most keenly, at trial. Evidence for Prosecutors is designed to review the rules of evidence and to explore how they apply to both common and uncommon situations encountered by prosecutors and members of the prosecution team as they proceed through investigation, case preparation and case presentation. This course provides a comprehensive overview of the federal rules with knowledgeable faculty who discuss the relationship of these rules to each other and to the common law. Come ready to participate and discover answers to your most challenging evidentiary questions.
Application Deadline: March 31
National Computer Forensics Institute
Computer Forensics in Court for Prosecutors is a five-day course taught by nationally recognized instructors and computer forensic experts on:
The course offers hands-on experience with computer and networking technology providing prosecutors with knowledge and insight for criminal cases involving digital evidence. The course combines instructor led discussions and practical exercises to teach methodologies and techniques used by investigators, as well as instruction of digital evidence legal issues.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
There are no prerequisites, as the course is not designed for individuals with extensive computer technology backgrounds. If selected, you will be attending this course with twenty-three other prosecutors from all over the United States. You will receive notice via e-mail after the application deadline if you have been selected to attend. Only one applicant per jurisdiction will be eligible for each course. Submission of application does not guarantee acceptance and the deadline for application submission is March 31, 2017.
The courses are offered at no cost to the participant. All course fees, airfare (or mileage), hotel and per diem are also covered. Travel to the NCFI will be on the Sunday before the first day of class, returning home on Friday evening.