The CSI Effect: Using DNA to Defeat Jurors' Inflated Expectations

Production Date: July 26, 2016 Practice Areas: Criminal Law, Constitutional Law, and Discovery & E-Discovery Estimated Length: 3636 minutes


$ 59 Criminal Law, Constitutional Law, and Discovery & E-Discovery In Stock

This course reviews crime scene investigation and forensic evidence with a focus on the science behind DNA and latent prints. The course explores strategies for jury selection and trial with particular focus on addressing the science of DNA, latent prints, and modern technology through cross examination and jury selection techniques. 


Learning Objectives:

I.     Understand the science of DNA

II.    Apply DNA science to effective jury selection

III.   Prepare appropriate cross examination questions for DNA experts

IV.   Effectively address issues with crime scene investigation

V.    Understand the science of latent fingerprints

VI.   Apply the science to trial techniques

Antoine M.
frederick, MD

Valuable information on fingerprint and DNA evidence

John K.
Clifton, NJ

Excellent presentation!!!

Gregory S.
Fayetteville, NY

Well laid out presentation

Thomas P.
Pulaski, VA

Very good

Christopher R.
Mclean, VA

Very thorough presentation, especially the written materials which were very helpful.

Steven K.
Jericho, NY


Jeffrey H.
Potomac, MD

Excellent presenter!

Richard m.
Manhattan, NY


Heather R.
Raleigh, NC

she's the best presenter ever.

Anne R.
Delmar, NY

Extremely knowledgeable about her subject!

Janice R.
Chicago, IL

Best presenter very organized and easy to follow

James M.
Queens, NY

Interesting speaker and good examples that related to the topic.

Julie A. B.
Hiles, WI

Outstanding recitation vis-à-vis the science of DNA and exploration of the use of this evidence in the courtroom.

mark s.
Ft Worth, TX


Richard S.
Phoenix, AZ

Our speaker is the most no-holds-barred direct and clear speaker I've ever seen or heard in a CLE. Bravo to her! More importantly, I learned a ton of things that I didn't know. I'm a civil lawyer moving in t the briefing and appeals phases of criminal cases, and this is really helpful! Thank you!!

Bernice B.
Waldport, OR


Whitney M.
Houston, TX

Great information.

Whitney S.
Waxahachie, TX

Would love to see more by this instructor on this subject

James R. B.
alexandra, VA

Very good

Linda G.
Mansfield, TX

Excellent course. Very informative. Helpful materials.

Penny W.
Springfield, VA

Very interesting presentation; pointed out many of the potential pitfalls present with DNA, fingerprints, and a warning about handling the evidence.

Carl S.
Cerritos, CA

Great Faculty member, great program.

Harrison H.
Richmond, VA

great presentation

Richard L.
Arlington, VA

I really like the instructor. Very clear and engaging.

Walter M.
Chesterfield, VA

Great presentation!

Jay G.
Lovisville, KY

Excellent and comprehensive overview of DNA and fingerprint evidence. Knowledgeable and interesting instructor. Thank you.

Cynthia W.
Austin, TX

Very informative.

new york, NY


Landon N.
Stevenville, AL

great presenter; great presentation!

Cullen M.
Montclair, NJ

Clear information well presented.

Gerard M.
hicksville, NY

good introduction to dna and fingerprint evidence speaker was very very good

John M.
Jensen Beach, FL

She is an excellent presenter

Jerod B.
Saginaw, MI

good speaker, interesting