1 California Attorneys for Criminal Justice RULES OF THE ROAD XI A Day in the Desert with the DUI Experts saturday, september 27, 2008 westinmission hills resort hotel rancho mirage seminar coordinators Vincent J. Tucci, Richard Hutton and Robert J. Wilson s e m i n a r c o m m i t t e e c o-c h a i r s Susan Ten Kwan and Jeffrey E. Thoma Seminar Approved for 7.0 MCLE Credits
2 R U L E S O F T H E R O A D XI s e m i n a r s c h e d u l e CACJ s Annual DUI Seminar, Rules of the Road XI, leading trial lawyers concentrating on critical current trial issues, sharing from a wealth of experience in trying DUI cases. There will also be an update on new DUI Case law and legislation. Friday, September 27, :00 7:00 pm Reception/Westin Mission Hills Resort Hotel Sponsored by Richard Hutton and Robert Wilson 7:00 9:00 pm Board of Governors Meeting Westin Mission Hills Resort Hotel SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, :30 am Registration Coffee, tea and assorted juices 8:30 9:00 am California DUI Legislative Update Bob Wilson and Ignacio Hernandez 9:00 10:00 am DUI Case Law Update 2008 Albert Menaster 10:00 10:15 am Break 10:15 11:15 am Breath Testing Issues in DUI Cases ECIR vs Draeger Mary McMurray 11:15 12:15 pm ECIR vs Draeger: The Basics of the Machines Mary McMurray 12:15 1:15 pm Lunch Sponsors Raffle etc 1:15 2:15 pm Standardized Field Sobriety Tests Studies & Discovery Tactics (PAS Devises, Blood Tech s & Checkpoints) Felix D Amico 2:15 3:15 pm DRE Drug Recognition Expert Defense Strategies Felix D Amico 3:15 3:30 pm Break 3:30 5:00 pm Advanced Strategies & Tactics for Handling California DMV APS Cases Rick Mueller MCLE AND SPECIALIZATION CREDITS CACJ certifies that this activity has been approved for MCLE credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 7.0 hours. Seminar Approved for 7.0 MCLE Credits
3 RULES OF THE ROAD XI SEMINAR FACULTY felix d amico Standardized Field Sobriety Tests and Discovery Tactics (PAS Devises, Blood tech s and Checkpoints) Felix D Amico is a former 33 year veteran and retired Sergeant of the San Bernardino County Sheriff s Department, and for the past 5 years has been a consultant on alcohol/drug DUI cases. As a DRE instructor since 1989, he has assisted law enforcement and now defense attorneys on DUI cases involving drugs and alcohol. He has taught drugs and Standardized Field Sobriety tests in 27 national Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) schools and participated and supervised 47 alcohol correlation studies. He coordinated the training of over 250 DREs from his department including their certifications. He coordinated and supervised over a multi-agency task force with over 260 participants for drunk river operations including the Boating Enforcement Operations at the Colorado River, during all major holidays for 10 years which resulted in over 5,000 arrests. He assists attorneys on PAS devises, blood technicians and checkpoint operations on discovery issues, and is well versed on alcohol absorption rates and the metabolism rates of female vs. males drinkers. His knowledge on both the prosecution and defense side of issues should prove to be a valuable asset for this conference. ignacio hernandez California DUI Legislative Update Ignacio Hernandez operates one of the only legislative advocacy firms in Sacramento which also provides individual legal representation. He previously served as Chief of Staff in both the Assembly and State Senate, and as a consultant for the Assembly Public Safety Committee. Before moving to Sacramento, Ignacio taught political science at San Jose State University. He is the current President of the La Raza Lawyers Association of Sacramento and is a member of the California Judicial Council s Criminal Law Advisory Committee. Ignacio is a graduate of Santa Clara University Law School. mary mcmurray Breath Testing Issues in DUI Cases ECIR vs Draeger ECIR vs Draeger: The Basics of the Machines Mary Catherine McMurray has been working in the field of evidential breath alcohol testing since She has testified in civil and criminal cases in State and Federal courts, and has experience with all the manufacturer s of breath alcohol testing devices and is current on the instrumentation of each of them. Ms. McMurray also consults and testifies on breath alcohol and breath testing related issues. albert menaster DUI Case Law Update 2008 Albert Menaster has served as a Deputy Public Defender in Los Angeles County since Al writes books, articles and lectures frequently on a wide range of defense topics, including computer technology for defense attorneys, juvenile court practice, Three Strikes, Proposition 36, Courtroom Evidence and Motion Practice. He also writes the technology column, book reviews and other substantive legal articles for CACJ s Forum magazine; and he regularly provides updates on current legal topics for CACJ s Flash. In May of last year he was named the Los Angeles County Bar Associations Defender of the Year. rick mueller Advanced Strategies and Tactics for Handling California DMV APS Cases Rick Mueller is the attorney for the San Diego County DUI Law Center, a Professional Corporation, which focuses on California DUI and DMV law. He has been in practice since 1983 and received his Juris Doctor degree from Chicago Kent College of Law. Rick has been a featured Speaker at seven DUI / DMV seminars in San Diego County in the last several years and is known by many attorneys as a DMV Guru. Rick is an Editorial Consultant to California Drunk Driving Law, the most comprehensive reference book for the law of drunk driving in California. Known as California s Bible of DUI defense, also authored by Ed Kuwatch, Paul Burglin, and Barry Simons, the book features much of Rick s work. Rick is a Specialist member of the California DUI Attorneys Association and the National College for DUI Defense and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. Rick speaks at Strategies in Handling DUI Cases seminars, the DUI & Drug Defense seminar, the North San Diego County Bar Association s Drunk Driving - DMV seminars, and the Public Defender s Office DMV - DUI Training seminars. His DMV DUI work has been featured in the Association of California Deuce Defenders materials. He has argued in appellate court, and he actively defends these cases and files DMV writs. bob wilson California DUI Legislative Update Robert Wilson, a partner in the law firm of Hutton and Wilson, has tried over 250 DUI cases and has represented hundreds of individuals before various administrative bodies throughout California. Robert is a frequent lecturer in the field of driving under the influence and alternative sentencing options in the courts of Los Angeles County. He is a past president of the Criminal Courts Bar Association and member of CACJ s Board of Governors.
4 Don t Miss Cacj s Fourth Annual Texas Hold em Fund Raising Tournament Saturday, September 27th 7:30 pm Westin Mission Hills Resort Hotel Are you the Ace of the Deuce? Join us for our Fourth Annual Texas Hold em Poker Tournament Challenge Your Friends and Associates!!! Cash/Prizes Awarded to the Final Top 2 Players!! $100 Re-Buy Option at the End of the First Hour Sign-Up Early! t o p a r t i c i p a t e p l e a s e c o m p l e t e t h e fo l l ow i n g a n d r e t u r n t o c a c j b y f a x o r m a i l Name Address Buy-in: o $100 o Pay at Door o Check Enclosed (Make payable to CACJ) o Charge my credit card o Visa o Mastercard Account # Exp Date Tournament Proceeds go to Support CACJ CACJ 1540 River Park Drive, Suite 224A Sacramento CA Phone: 916/ Fax: 916/
5 seminar registration form STEP 1 Preregistration Deadline: Friday, September 19, 2008 at 5:00 p.m. Preregistration not accepted after September 19, 2008 at 5:00 p.m. Payment must be included with form Late registration is subject to a $20 late fee n a m e» d at e admitted to b a r» firm» b a r n u m b e r» address» city» state» zip» » p h o n e (a r e a c o d e )» fa x (a r e a c o d e )» RETURN FORM TO: California Attorneys for Criminal Justice 1540 River Park Drive, Suite 224A Sacramento, CA Phone: (916) Fax: (916) Do you prefer a Vegetarian lunch? yes no Will not be attending the luncheon STEP 2 Registration Fees: Registration includes lunch and syllabus. To preregister for these seminars, CACJ must receive your preregistration form and payment by Friday, September 19, 2008, at 5:00 p.m. Postmarks after that date will not be accepted. Late registration includes a $20 fee. Prepaid Late Registration CACJ Attorney Member... $ $219 Attorney Non-Member... $ $269 ON-LINE SEMINAR REGISTRATION CACJ Investigator/Other... $ $199 NOW AVAILABLE Non-Member/Investigator/Other... $ $235 CACJ Law Student... $65... $85 GO TO Student Non-Member... $90... $110 Extra Lunch(es)... $50... $55 STEP 3 MEMBERSHIP FEES: Join now and pay the member rate for seminar tuition. Life Member *...$5000 Out-of-State Attorney...$100 Patron *...$600 Attorney in practice 1 5 years and Associate Member...$70 Sustaining Member...$300 Attorney in practice less than 1 year...$50 Attorney in practice over 5 years...$175 Friend of CACJ (not engaged in legal profession)...$40 Public Defender in practice over 5 years and Law Professor..$120 Law Student...$40 Attorney over 5 years and in Patron s or Life Member s firm...$120 Gift Membership...$50 * Life Members and Patrons may attend two one-day seminars each year at no charge. Call CACJ for payment options By adding a $50 donation to the above dues, you will support the California Attorneys for Criminal Justice Political Action Committee, which supports our position on issues and candidates for state elective offices who are committed to the protection of individual rights and the improvement of the criminal justice system. Dues and PAC contributions are not deductible as charitable contributions for Federal Income Tax purposes. STEP 4 PAYMENT: Registration Fee...$ Late Fee (add $20 if after September 19, 2008)...$ Membership Fee (if signing up today)...$ Poker Tournament Buy-In...$ Total... $ Check enclosed (payable to CACJ) Charge my (circle one): Visa MC c r e d i t c a r d n u m b e r» exp. d at e» s i g n at u r e» There is a $35 fee for check returned for insufficient funds or credit cards declined. Group Discounts: Groups of five or more from the same organization who preregister AS A GROUP by September 19, 2008, at 5:00 p.m. are eligible for a 15% discount. The discounted tuition is $ for members and $ for non-members. Preregistration forms must be received together. This offer does not apply to student registrants. Cancellations: Refunds, less a $30 processing fee, will be sent only for those cancellations received by 5:00 p.m. Friday, September 19, NO REFUNDS WILL BE SENT FOR CANCELLATIONS RECEIVED AFTER September 19, It is possible, however, to substitute one person on another s registration, excluding Patron and Life Member registrations. Substitutions are permitted for group registrations.
6 California Attorneys for Criminal Justice 1540 River Park Drive, Suite 224A Sacramento, California Return service requested Seminar Information Enclosed saturday, september 27, 2008 Don t Miss These Upcoming CACJ Seminars and Events Appellate Practice Seminar Saturday, October 25, 2008 State Judicial Building San Francisco 2008 Annual fall criminal defense Seminar Saturday, December 13, 2008 St Francis Hotel San Francisco MCLE AND SPECIALIZATION CREDITS CACJ certifies that this activity has been approved for MCLE credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 7.0 hours of which no hours apply to Legal Ethics or Law Office Management. This activity has also been approved for Certification and/or Recertification as a Criminal Law Specialist by the California Board of Legal Specialization in the amount of 7.0 hours of which 1.5 hours applies to Evidence and 1.5 hours applies to Substantive Criminal Law and Procedure ACCOMMODATIONS The DUI Seminar is being held at the Westin Mission Hills Resort Hotel. To reserve a room at the CACJ conference rate of $ (plus tax) single or double occupancy, please call 800/ or 760/ ; or to make your reservations on-line, go to Be sure to make your reservations early!!! The hotel cannot guarantee guest room availability after August 27th, 2008 and the hotel is known to sell out!! TRAVEL CACJ is pleased to offer discounted airfare through our seminar travel agent, Travel Store Platinum. Please contact Terry Welles at (310) The Travel Store Platinum has been in business for over 50 years, and Terry has over 25 years experience. You will be in good hands for your travel needs. PLAY GOLF! The Westin Mission Hills Resort Hotel has two golf courses to choose from. Pete Dye Course: This course has pot bunkers, railroad ties and several water hazards. The fairways are narrow, and the greens are quick. There are four sets of tees to satisfy every skill level. Gary Player Course: This course is longer, more forgiving and has faster greens than the Pete Dye course. This course also has several spectacular scenic views of the countryside. Contained on its twenty acres are lakes, waterfalls, rocks, and 2,500 trees, Oleanders and native plants. The resort has a golf pro for each of the two courses.
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