SVP Cases: Deconstructing the DMH Case, Including Cross-Examination and Volitional Impairment – California MCLE Self-Study Video / Audio Program

 Note: You must log in to view this streaming self-study video program. SVP Cases: Deconstructing the DMH Case, Including Cross-Examination and Volitional Impairment James Faulder, Deputy Public Defender, San Diego County Originally presented on July 9, 2011 at the CPDA Defending SVP Cases Seminar in Berkeley, California Also, if you’d prefer, here’s the link to download the  mp3 AUDIO version of the program instead . This activity is deemed approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education by the State Bar of California in the amount of 1.0 hours. CPDA is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider. CPDA is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider. This activity is also approved for California Legal Specialization Credit as follows: 1.0 hrs in Trial Advocacy, 0.0 hours in Substantive Criminal Law & Procedure. CPDA is an Approved Provider of Criminal Law under section 7.0 of the Rules Governing the State Bar of California Program for Certifying Legal Specialists and the Standards. Note: You are required to maintain your own self-study activities log – CPDA only issues “Certificates of Attendance” for on-site live (participatory) accredited programs. If you need a sample self-study log, you may find it at the link below on the State Bar’s web site. Self-Study Log Sample at State Bar Web site: http://defender411.us/kmxXCR State Bar of California MCLE Rule 2.3 AMOUNT OF SELF-STUDY Up to but not more than 12.5 hours credit may be claimed for self-study activities during any compliance period. In the case of a proportional requirement pursuant to section 2.2, up to but not more than one-half of the required hours may be claimed for self-study activities during any compliance period. ————————————————- ©2011 California Public Defenders Association

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