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Handling Sexual Assault Cases

Skillfully navigating sexual assault cases from investigation to trial

  • Product Number: 2250144P01
  • CLE Credits, earn up to:
    6 substantive credits, 0 ethics credits CLE Credit Note
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  • Product Description
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  • Product Description

    Product Description

    Sexual assault cases are extremely challenging, emotionally charged, and potentially devastating to all involved. In order to prepare and try a case properly, prosecutors must be able to get their evidence before the jury and be aware of and able to anticipate defense strategies. Defense counsel must know what pretrial motions need to be filed and how to argue them, what evidentiary issues may arise, and how to cross examine the government’s expert.

    Watch expert faculty demonstrate the way through difficult issues inherent in handling a sex offense charge from case preparation to trial. This program prepares you to handle your next sexual assault case, whether it is in Juvenile Court, District Court, or Superior Court. Don’t miss the opportunity to hone your skills by watching the best!

  • Agenda

    Agenda & Materials

    • Bohannon Discussion with Retired Justice Elspeth Cypher, Massachusetts Supreme Court

    • Case Law Review with Justice Marguerite Grant

    • Rule 14, Rule 17, and Victims’ phones

    • Videos, Pictures, Authentication, Manipulation, and AI

    • Child Disclosure Experts, Studies, and Findings

    • Views from the Bench: Judicial Panel Q&A

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    Please Note

    MCLE webcasts are delivered completely online, underscoring their convenience and appeal. There are no published print materials. All written materials are available electronically only. They are posted 24 hours prior to the program and can be accessed, downloaded, or printed from your computer.

  • Faculty

    Cochairs

    Ethan S. Yankowitz, Esq., Committee for Public Counsel Services, Quincy
    Anne S. Yas, Esq., Norfolk District Attorney's Office, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Canton

    Faculty

    Hon. Michele M. Armour, Attleboro District Court, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Attleboro
    Dr. Stephanie Block, UMASS Lowell, College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Lowell
    Sabrina E. Bonanno, Esq., Sweeney & Associates LLC, Quincy
    Hon. Jeremy C. Bucci, Hampden Superior Court, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Springfield
    Hon. Elspeth B. Cypher, Supreme Judicial Court, Commonwealth of Massachusetts (ret.), Boston
    Keren E. Goldenberg, Esq., Law Offices of Keren Goldenberg, Belmont
    Hon. Marguerite T. Grant, Appeals Court, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Boston
    Hon. Julieann Hernon, Hingham District Court, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Hingham
    Hon. Peter B. Krupp, Superior Court, Business Litigation Session, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Boston
    Meagen K. Monahan, Esq., Norfolk District Attorney's Office, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Canton
    Hon. William F. Sullivan, Suffolk Superior Court, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Boston
    Lauren Swarthout, Medway, Town of/Town Hall, Police Department, Medway
    Steven R. Verronneau, MWV Multi-Media Forensic Investigative Services, Inc., Fall River
  • Pricing

    Fees

    • $175.50 - MCLE Sponsor Member
    • $97.50 - New Lawyer
    • $97.50 - Pending Admittee
    • $97.50 - Law Student
    • $97.50 - Paralegal
    • $195.00 - All Others
    To apply for a need-based scholarship for this program, email scholarships@mcle.org.
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