From Start to Finish: Organizing and Handling Your Family Violence Caseload

From Start to Finish Organizing and Handling Your Family Violence Caseload
Duration: 60 Minutes
Module 1 Module 1
Recorded on: 2024-07-18
Unit 1 Presentation Materials: From Start to Finish: Organizing and Handling Your Family Violence Caseload
Unit 2 Transcript: From Start to Finish: Organizing and Handling Your Family Violence Caseload
Unit 3 Workbook: From Start to Finish: Organizing and Handling Your Family Violence Caseload
Unit 4 Recording: From Start to Finish: Organizing and Handling Your Family Violence Caseload

Whether you?re a brand-new prosecutor or an experienced trial attorney, Family Violence cases present their own unique set of issues and obstacles against a successful prosecution. Whether you?re facing uncooperative victim challenges, complex medical testimony, or even proceeding solely evidence-based, for Family Violence cases there is no better way to guarantee success than preparation.

Starting from the charging decision, through initial discovery, pretrial litigation, and trial, this webinar will give you all the tools and techniques of the trade to make sure you are ready to face any issue that comes your way in handling a Family Violence caseload.

 

This webinar will teach you:

  • How to open and organize a family violence case
  • How to issue spot evidentiary issues
  • And what evidence-based prosecution tools do you need to succeed?

 

Click here to view and register for other upcoming Domestic Violence/IPV webinars and recordings on the JCH Platform.

 

 

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Audience Comments

  • “It was very helpful and clearly taught.”
  • “This webinar was very informative, and the presenters were very knowledgeable. I also liked that it was the perfect length that it was able to fit into my work schedule.”
  • “We are currently revamping our office documents and what we need to track better to assist our clients. Thank you for your time and this webinar. It was very helpful.”
  • “Organization is one of the most valuable things I learned today. Today’s webinar provided invaluable insights into effective case management strategies, focusing on prioritization, documentation, and client engagement. As well as highlighting the importance of the difference between vicarious trauma and burnout and providing some ways to help us manage high-stress situations, safeguard our well-being, and stay updated on legal and procedural changes, ultimately enhancing our ability to advocate.”
  • “The presentation was very clear and informative. Easy to follow!”

 

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