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Traffic Stops & Arrests in the Digital Age (pt. 2) / 2019 Criminal Law (2020-2021 Credit)

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Date Published

September 18, 2019

Publisher

Virginia Trial Lawyers Association

Subjects

4th Amendment, Criminal Law, DUI, Toxicology

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Summary

The practice of criminal law in 2019 is changing as rapidly as ever. Technological advances are creating more opportunities and challenges with evidence, from cell phone data to digital footage from surveillance video, body cams, dash cams, phones, and more. How do you represent your client with the massive amount of time involved on these issues as well as their ethical and constitutional questions? In DUI cases, what are the best defenses today? With the latest changes from the General Assembly and in the courts, how are license suspensions(and reinstatements) being handled?

Recorded live on Sept. 18, 2019, at VTLA's annual criminal law seminar, Traffic Stops & Arrests in the Digital Age. Part Two consists of the afternoon sessions and include:
1. License Suspension. Moderated by Graven Craig, Craig Williams, PLC, Louisa. Panelists Janet Baugh, Senior Assistant Attorney General, and Christian Parrish,
Assistant Attorney General, Office of the Attorney General
2. Field Sobriety and Preliminary Breath Tests with Andrew Flusche, Fredericksburg
3. 4th Amendment Issues: Recent Case Law in Traffic Cases - Digital Searches Without Warrants with Kevin Woodson, Professor of Law, University of Richmond School of Law
4. Toxicology with Corinne Magee, The Magee Law Firm, McLean

To receive CLE credit for 2020, this course must be completed prior to midnight, Oct. 31, 2020.

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Presenters

Seth Weston
Law Office of Seth C. Weston

Seth Weston is a seasoned trial attorney who has been providing legal advice throughout Roanoke County, Roanoke City, the... Read More

Graven Craig
CraigWilliams, PLC

BAR ADMISSION: VirginiaEDUCATION:•George Mason University School of Law J.D. | 1997•University of Maryland B.A. |... Read More

Janet Baugh

As a Senior Assistant Attorney General at the Attorney General’s Office, Janet Baugh has been assigned to represent the... Read More

Christian Parrish

As an Assistant Attorney General at the Attorney General’s Office, Christian Parrish has been assigned to represent the... Read More

Andrew Flusche
Attorney at Law

Andrew Flusche is a native Texan who relocated to Virginia to attend UVA Law. He and his wife Nicole loved Virginia so much... Read More

Kevin Woodson
Professor of Law - University of Richmond School of Law

Before coming to Richmond Law, Kevin Woodson was an associate professor at the Thomas R. Kline School of Law at Drexel... Read More

Corinne J. Magee
The Magee Law Firm, PLLC

In 1979, Ms. Magee graduated with honors from the National Law Center at the George Washington University. She and her... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

License Suspension
Field Sobriety and Preliminary Breath Tests
4th Amendment Issues: Recent Case Law in Traffic Cases - Digital Searches Without Warrants
Toxicology
Traffic Stops & Arrests in the Digital Age (pt. 2) - Written Materials
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Credit

If applicable, you may obtain credit in multiple jurisdictions simultaneously for this program (see pending/approved list below). If electing credit for this program, registrants in jurisdictions not listed below will receive a Certificate of Completion that may or may not meet credit requirements in other jurisdictions. Where applicable, credit will be only awarded to a paid registrant completing all the requirements of the program as determined by the selected accreditation authority.

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