1 Ride the Light Rail to the... 9 TH ANNUAL ARIZONA PUBLIC DEFENDER ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE June 22-24, 2011 Join us at 10:15 on Wednesday morning for a CLE premiere event showing of Conviction, followed by a presentation at 1:30 by Betty Anne Waters, the attorney whose true life story inspired the making of the movie. Tempe Mission Palms Resort 60 East Fifth Street, Tempe, Registration Deadline is June 3 Click Here to Register Late fees will apply to registrations submitted after deadline. CONFERENCE SCHEDULE Pre-Conference (only $10)* Wednesday, June 22, 8:45 a.m. 12:00 noon *Includes showing of Conviction at 10:15 a.m. Conference Wednesday, June 22, 1:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. Thursday, June 23, 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Friday, June 24, 9:00 a.m. 12:15 p.m. On May 12, 1983, Kenneth Waters was wrongfully convicted of first-degree murder for the death of an Ayer, Massachusetts woman. He was sentenced to life in prison based on the testimony of two former girlfriends who claimed he admitted to the crime. Kenneth's younger sister, Betty Anne, a high school dropout, spent the next two decades in school and in the courts fighting the system to prove his innocence. ACCOMMODATIONS Rooms are available at the Mission Palms for $86 per night plus tax and hospitality fee ($10.95) through June 3. Make your reservation now and you will receive your reservation confirmation number seven (7) days prior to the conference. Shaylah Phelps at Post-Conference ($10 for 3 hrs. CLE-Ethics!) Friday, June 24, 1:00 p.m. - 4:15 p.m. Up to 18 Hours of Continuing Legal Education credit, including up to 12 Hours CLE Ethics PARKING Please use the Public Parking Garage, 117 E. Fifth St., across the street (200 east) from the Mission Palms front entrance. Bring your parking stub to the Conference Central table in the ballroom foyer for validation.
2 Pre-Conference Public Defender 10 Contract Attorney 10 Non-Attorney 10 Private Attorneys 10 Student/Law Clerk 10 Conference Full Wednesday Thursday Friday Public Defender Contract Attorney Non-Attorney Private Attorneys Student/Law Clerk Post-Conference Public Defender 10 Contract Attorney 10 Non-Attorney 10 Private Attorneys 10 Student/Law Clerk 10 Awards Luncheon Public Defender 0 Contract Attorney 35 Non-Attorney 35 Private Attorneys 35 Student/Law Clerk 35 Late Fee 1st Deadline (beg. June 4) 50 2nd Deadline (beg. June 15) 100 Final date for refunds is June 15
3 Conference Schedule Wednesday 8:45 to 10:15 (1.5 hours CLE) 1 Getting to (really) Know Your Client: the Key to Winning or Mitigating Your Case Anne Phillips, Walter Palser 2 Forensic Audio and Video Evidence Analysis & Enhancements (Part 1) Michael Jones 3 4 Death Penalty The Myth of the Dog: How To Try a Bad Case Without Doing Shadow Puppets in Closing Understanding the Use of the MMPI and Why Anti-Social Disorder Won't Kill Your Client 5 Ethics Compromising Confidentiality with Cell Phone Conversations 6 Sex Introduction to Defending Sex Crimes (101)(part 1) Wednesday 10:15 to 12:00 (1.75 hours CLE) 7 "Conviction", The Movie Pete Rosales John Toma PhD, Garrett Simpson Lonnie Dworkin, Matthew Schwartzstein Vanessa Smith, Jennifer Rock Wednesday 10:30 to 12:00 (1.5 hours CLE) 8 Introduction to DNA Tim Agan, Tom Glow 9 Forensic Audio and Video Evidence Analysis & Enhancements, Part 2 Michael Jones 10 Death Penalty Introduction to Handling Capital Cases Susan Corey, Garrett Simpson 11 Dependency Effective Use of the CFT Process in Dependency Cases Anne Ronan 12 Ethics Making Ethical Decisions That Help You Sleep Through the Night 13 Sex Introduction to Defending Sex Crimes (101)(part 2) Mark Nermyr, Jim Leonard, David Fuller, Scott Halverson, Slade Lawson Vanessa Smith, Jennifer Rock, Michelle Rosenberg Wednesday 1:45 to 3:15 (1.5 hours CLE) 14 Betty Anne Waters - The Real-LIfe Heroine of "Conviction" Betty Anne Waters Wednesday 3:30 to 5:00 (1.5 hours CLE) 15 Aggressive Discovery: Don't Settle For What They Give You Clay Hernandez 16 Rule 32's from Rule 32's - Ineffective Assistance of PCR Counsel 17 The Justice Project: The Never Ending Quest Tom Dennis, Jennifer Garcia Larry Hammond, Betty Anne Waters, Darryl Hunt, Katherine Puzauskas, Lindsay Herf 18 Hopi Traditional Law Wendy White 19 How to Obtain and Use Cell Phone Records and Communications in Your Cases Lonnie Dworkin 20 Interrogation Techniques Paul Carroll 21 The Evolving Science of Shaken Baby Syndrome 22 Jury Instruction Update Attorneys as First Responders: Recognizing PTSD and it's Effect on a Combat Veteran's Legal Decision Making Ability 24 Death Penalty Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in the Courtroom 25 Delinquency ADJC s Treatment and Rehabilitation Services, Inside and Out 26 Dependency Dependency Case Law and Legislative Updates 27 DUI Grand Jury Practice in Vehicular Crime Cases 28 DUI DUI 101: An Introduction to Evaluating a DUI Case From Discovery to Officer Personnel Records David Euchner, CeCelia Valentine Shawdy Banihashemi, Terry Bublik Capt. Evan Seamone Richard Adler, M.D., Natalie Novick Brown, PhD Charles Adornetto, Arthur Wilkerson, Patrick Jeske PhD, Peter Luszczak, Alan Lewis PhD Bill Owsley, Jennifer Jordan, Ashley Ross Aaron Black, Kristopher Califano Caroline Aeed, Michael Ryan
4 29 Ethics After 100 years of Practice: What I Know Now That I Wish I Knew Back Then 30 Mental Health Civil Commitment from the Appellate Perspective/Case Law Update 31 Sex Evidence and Argument in Molestation and Sexual Conduct With a Minor Cases Ron Wood, Bret Huggins, Dan DeRienzo, Craig Williams Colin Stearns, Lisa Surhio Bruce Blumberg, Phillip Esplin, Ph.D. 32 Support Staff Cross your Teas and Dot Your Eyes Stephanie Conlon 33 Support Staff Legal Terminology for Support Staff Mary McCann, M. Alex Harris Thursday 9:00 to 10:30 (1.5 hours CLE) 34 Challenges to Eyewitness Identification Tom Glow Representing Veterans: The Military Culture and Readjustment After Serving in a War Zone. Help Your Client Better Understand Substance Abuse Treatment Options in DOC How to Wake Up a Jury with Demonstrative Evidence in the Courtroom Voir Dire: Your Chance to Connect With the Jury Through Conversation 39 Elementary Evidence: Trial Evidence Basics 40 Search & Seizure, 2011 Update 41 What's Risk Got To Do With It? Screening Tools, Substance Abuse, DNA Testing, and Sex Offender Screening Assessment Profile Thomas Winkel Karen Hellman Jeff Kirchler, Jeff Roth, Hon. Paul Katz Russ Born, Carissa Jakobe Terry Bublik, Tracy Friddle, Lindsay Abramson Kristen Curry, Tony Zuniga Zach Dal Pra, MCAPO, Therese Wagner, MCAPO,Tom O'Connell, MCAPO 42 Developing Trial Strategy Through Witness Interviews Michael Bloom 43 Death Penalty 44 Delinquency Mental Retardation, Adaptive Behavior, Social Intelligence and Gullibility The Government's Mandatory DNA Testing of Juveniles Pre- Adjudication and Possible Legal Challenges 45 Dependency Best Practice in Visitation for Children in Foster Care 46 DUI DUI: Recent Changes in Sentencing and Challenging Priors 47 Immigration Introduction to Immigration Consequences 48 Mental Health Who, What, Where, and How: The Division of Developmental Disabilities Stephen Greenspan Jason Max, Andrew Meissen Jennifer Jordan, Becky Ruffner Brian Sloan, Tamara Primera, Matthew Marner Kara Hartzler, Roberto Garcia Caroline Champlin 49 Sex How To Use a Medical Expert in Sex Abuse cases Theodore Hariton, M.D. 50 Support Staff Conversational Spanish Tammy Matthews, Sylvia Lucio 51 Support Staff Firearms Familiarization and Ballistics Bill Meginnis Thursday 10:45 to 12:00 (1.25 hours CLE) 52 Coordinating State and Federal Court Sentencing to Benefit Your Client Keith Hilzendeger 53 The Nuts and Bolts of Car Stops Lori Lefferts 54 Effective Representation in Probation Violation Cases Emily Hart, Michael Politi 55 The Last Gasp of Crawford? Michigan v. Bryant and Confrontation Jason Swenson 56 How Shaken Baby Becomes Acceleration/Deceleration Becomes A/D With Impact Becomes Not Guilty On All Charges Bryan Jarrell, Gayle Jarrell, John DeWitt 57 Dependency ICWA Basics Plus Tribal Involvement Virginia & Paul Matte 58 Jury Selection From the Perspective of Mitigation 59 Have You Lost Your Sex Appeal? 60 Death Penalty Atkins Mental Retardation Hearings 61 Delinquency Transfer Hearings: Getting Juveniles Back to Juvenile Court and Keeping Juveniles in Juvenile Court 62 Delinquency Breaking the Cycle of Addiction Joe Stazzone, Angela Sims Tenny Martin, Colin Stearns Stephen Greenspan, Dana Carpenter Michael Traher, Christina Phillis Michael Klinkner (Parc Place Director) 63 DUI DUI Round-table: A Discussion of DUI Issues in Courts Across the State Herb Garcia 64 Mental Health The State Advocate Office - Who They Are and What They Do? Cheryl Koch-Martinez
5 65 Mental Health Veteran Court Updates 66 Support Staff Vinnie's Medicine Cabinet:The Effects of Chronic Abuse of Prescribed and Illegal Drugs John Houston, Bill Pearlman Vinnie Salvato Thursday 1:15 to 1:30 (0.25 hours CLE) 67 The Effort to Reform Sentencing in Arizona Hon. Cecil Ash, State Representative, District 18 Thursday 1:45 to 3:15 (1.5 hours CLE) 68 Don't Get Hung Up on Your Cross 69 The 4th Amendment and the Juxtaposition of Sweeney, Gant, and Terry John Sears, Rich Robertson Lee Phillips, Harla Davison 70 Using Moving Pictures to Persuade at Sentencing Doug Passon 71 Socially Awkward: Obtaining and Using Social Networking Information in Your Case Jason Ricke 72 Basic Forensic Photography Larry Renner 73 Building Your case Through Public Record Requests Michael Bloom 74 How to Win Trials by Arguing in Opening Statement Dan Cooper 75 Introduction to Firearms and Ballistics Jon Tew, Eric Brown 76 Appellate Potluck Cutting Edge Appellate Issues: Bring One to Share Jill Evans, Treasure VanDreumel 77 Death Penalty Advanced DNA Christine Funk 78 Delinquency Challenging the Victim s Request for Restitution Melissa Puett 79 Dependency Juvenile Appeals and the Role of Counsel Sandra Massetto, Alison Stavris 80 DUI How the New DUI Law Will Forever Change Arizona DUI Practice Stephen Barnard 81 Ethics Back, But Not by Popular Demand: Rocket-Docket Ethics James O'Haver 82 Immigration Advanced Immigration Issues 83 Mental Health Recovery: The Journey Beyond Mental Illness Tom Kelly 84 Sex 85 Support Staff Real COLORS Part I 86 Support Staff Understanding Risk Assessments and How Sex Offender Therapy Can Help Your Client Communicating with Clients and Walking the Fine Line Between Information and Legal Advice Kara Hartzler, Margarita Silva Scott Naegele Celeste Cogley, Armand Casanova Mariclare Hannah Thursday 3:30 to 5:00 (1.5 hours CLE) 87 Case Law Update, A Year in Review David Euchner Unique Challenges in Representing Police Officers in Criminal Proceedings Representing Veterans: Standing Up in Court for Those who Stood Tall For Us Personalities, Politics and Perseverance: Strategies for Surviving and Succeeding in a Rural County PD Office Craig Mehrens Cpt. Evan Seamone, Thomas Winkel Brian Bohan 91 Advanced Issues in Firearms and Ballistics Jon Tew, Eric Brown 92 Forget Everything They Told You About Closing Argument: A New Approach 93 Big Changes in the Tribal Law and Order Act Dennis Farrell Jessica Turk, Nick Fontana 94 DOC Time Comp Peggy Soto, James Roan 95 Challenging Prior Convictions 96 Objections Game 97 Post-Indictment Delay 98 Death Penalty Capital Case Update 99 Delinquency Juvenile Defense Strategies Rebecca Kirchler, Jeff Roth Tracy Friddle, David Kephart Harla Davison, Mikel Steinfeld Paula Harms, Jennifer Garcia Ian Pettycrew, Ellen Katz, Katie Badrick, Andrew Meissen
6 100 DUI Ignition Interlocks 101 Ethics The Pursuit of Justice in Third World Countries 102 Mental Health How Crazy is Crazy Enough? GEI in Arizona 103 Sex 104 Support Staff Real COLORS Part II The Value of the Use of Structured Protocol in Forensic Interviews of Alleged Victims in Child Sexual Abuse Michael Roth, Rodney Thomas Ana Sanchez, Alex Navidad Toby Schmich, Lisa Christianson, John Toma PhD, Tammy Wray, Fred Strumpf Phillip Esplin, Ph.D 105 Support Staff What CSI Doesn't Show You Paul Carroll Celeste Cogley, Armand Casanova Friday 9:00 to 10:30 (1.5 hours CLE) 106 Finding Cracks in the Sentencing Scheme Howard Wine 107 Brain Injury as Mitigation Ann Tarpy, Sara Austin 108 Understanding the Sovereign Citizen/Constitutionalist Movement Jesse Turner 109 Delinquency When Worlds Collide: Dependency Law for Delinquency Attorneys 110 DUI Things Your Mother Never Told You About MVD 111 Ethics Capital Case Ethical Jeopardy Sabrina Ayers-Fisher, Dana Cox Christopher McBride, Xavier Sedillo, Ryan Wackerly John Napper, JoAnn Garcia, Raquel Centeno-Fequiere 112 Ethics EDC and You: Ethical Digital Communications For Lawyers Jason Ricke 113 Ethics Lawyer Relationships: Sex and Ethics 114 Ethics And Then The Lawyer Did WHAT? (True) Ethical Tales From The Criminal Law Trenches Nick Fontana, Natalee Segal Karen Clark 115 Ethics Ethical Concerns in Working with Clients with Mental Health Issues Dianna Kalandros 116 Support Staff Ergonomics 101 Michael Rubino 117 Support Staff The Attitude Virus Laura Lou Ridgeway Friday 10:45 to 12:15 (1.5 hours CLE) 118 Defending Gang Cases Jocquese Blackwell, Melody Harmon 119 Appellate Highlights from the State Bar's Arizona Attorney Patrick Coppen 120 Dependency Transitional Services for Special Needs Kids: What Attorneys Need to Know Brian Theut, Kim Simmons, Barbara Guillen, Melissa Kushner 121 DUI Evaluating Blood Test Results in DUI Cases Chester Flaxmayer 122 Ethics Capital Case Ethical Jeopardy II 123 Ethics 124 Ethics 125 Ethics 126 Ethics 127 Mental Health The SMI Sex Offender Technology Update: I Finally Learned How To Use Facebook, Now I Have To Learn About I-Pads and 4Gs Law Office Management: Opening a Private Practice from a Lawyer's and Accountant's Perspective Client Relationships and the Unique Challenges Faced by Female Lawyers Another Reason to Get Caller ID: State Bar Counsel Phone Calls on Bar Complaints 128 Support Staff Overview of the Courts 129 (Non-CLE) Save a Life: Demonstrations of CPR and Use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) John Napper, JoAnn Garcia, Raquel Centeno- Fequiere Maria Dodge, Tom Garrison, David Lieb Michael Bernays, James Hernandez, Robyn Varcoe Fredrica Strumpf, M. Alex Harris Karen Clark Vince De Armond, Tammy Wray, Shelley Curran, John Toma PhD Andrew Clemency, Christy Ortega Guy Guyton, Kirby Wisgerhof 130 (Non-CLE) The AZ State Retirement System Francis Dyer Friday 1:00 to 2:30 (1.5 hours CLE) 131 Ethics Maintaining Wellness and Balance in Life Hal Nevitt, Vikki Liles, Nancy Greenlee
7 132 Ethics Law Office Management: Planning Your Financial Future and Retirement from Private Practice Friday 2:45 to 4:15 (1.5 hours CLE) Neurobiology Of Addiction And Recovery: Recognizing The Symptoms In 133 Ethics Your Clients (And Yourself?) Jeff Friedman, Ted Crews
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