Sexual assault cases are some of the most difficult cases a prosecutor and members of the prosecution team will handle. They raise countless emotions from a multitude of individuals. The press is inundated with stories of women abducted; safety issues on college campuses; high technology safety issues; as well as backlash against the victims. From the complexities of victim dynamics, to the absence of eyewitness corroboration, to the misuse of technology by defendants, as well as the myriad of artful defense claims, these cases challenge traditional prosecution strategies and also test law enforcement protocols and policy.
It is vital that the victim’s fears, anxiety and safety concerns are given priority beginning at the investigative and charging stages as well as during the pendency of defendant’s sentence. It is equally as important that an accurate evaluation and assessment of needs be made as to ensure the provision of essential services.
To assist prosecutors, law enforcement and victim-witness personnel successfully meet these challenges; the National District Attorneys Association presents the Prosecuting Sexual Assaults and Related Crimes course.
The program’s tentative topics include:
- Changing Mindsets: Stopping Victim Blaming Behavior
- Manner Of Death: Sexual Assault Homicides
- Pro Active Cross Examination of Defendants and Their Witnesses
- Aggressive Motions Practice
- Overcoming the Consent Defense
- The Impact of Crawford on Sexual Assault trials, including Witness Intimidation Issues
- Forfeiture by Wrongdoing
- Sexual Assaults of Elders: Unique Issues
- Understanding the Medical Evidence: Strangulation Cases
- Human Trafficking – Sex Trade Trafficking and Labor Trafficking
- Unique Syndromes and Defenses
- Investigation and Prosecution of Stalking Cases
- Recanting Victims
- The Visual Trial
- Jury Selection Issues
- Intimate Partner Sexual Assault
- Electronic Evidence : Practical Aspects
- Ethics & Professionalism
Prosecutors, Victim Advocates, Law enforcement and other members of the prosecution team.
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Rates will be honored three (3) days pre and three (3) days post program dates, based upon room availability.
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