Using Technology To Dismantle a Criminal Case

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Using Technology To Dismantle a Criminal Case
Using Technology To Dismantle a Criminal Case

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Course Description

Often an attorney is presented with a case based on he-said-she-said testimony. Unfortunately, prosecuting and defending these cases is exceedingly difficult. Where does an attorney turn for solid evidence in preparing their cases?

Be it prosecution or defense, today's sophisticated technology can provide the best assistance. With this program, criminal attorneys will learn practical tips and best practices on how to utilize technology to prepare and present a criminal case.
Published: 2/11/2013

Length: 1hr 3min

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One of your best presenters yet. I was completely engaged. One key note I take away with me is "walk the scene." So important!
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Ian Friedman

Ian Friedman of Friedman & Frey has deep experience in every stage of the criminal process. With his long and successful record in municipal, state and federal cases, as well as his reputation as a fierce defender of legal rights, he is sought after by clients across the United States of America as well as from other countries. Mr. Friedman is a past President of the Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He is the current President of the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Alumni Association and is on the Executive Committee to the Board of Trustees of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association. In 2011, he was named the first ever “Lawyer of the Year” by the Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. The year before he was honored to be inducted into the prestigious American Board of Criminal Lawyers which is an invitation only fellowship extended to only approximately two hundred (200) criminal trial lawyers nationally and abroad. Mr. Friedman is an Adjunct Professor of Law at the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law teaching Computer & Criminal Law. He has lectured to lawyers all over the United States of America, has been published in countless mediums, and has appeared on several national television programs.

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