Evidence, Science and the Law - Learn From the Experts!
Title: Evidence, Science and the Law - Learn From the Experts!
Host: The National Business Institute
Date: July 31, 2019
Time: 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Location: Cherry Hill, NJ
Registration: Online Here
John Cinti, Member of Reger Rizzo & Darnall’s Insurance and Litigation Practice Groups, will join an esteemed panel of legal professionals to present Evidence, Science and the Law – Learn From the Experts! to the National Business Institute on July 31, 2019 in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
The seminar will focus on the basic principles of forensic science so that attendees can successfully analyze evidence and establish facts admissible in court. Mr. Cinti will be joined by experienced trial court judges, forensic science experts and other veteran attorneys in the field. The program will cover a wide range of information, from forensic medicine to digital evidence, so that attendees will be able to master the foundational aspects of forensic science so they can better understand the relationship of law to science and its legal applications.
The program will examine digital forensic processes and tools - including discovery, collection, and preservation. The presenters will teach attendees how to analyze documents for presence of alterations and indentations, how to examine and use toxicology findings, laboratory tests, autopsy reports and DNA findings to your advantage in court, how to enhance your understanding of accident reconstruction and other forensic engineering applications, how to get your scientific evidence admitted and keep theirs out, how to apply Daubert evidentiary standards to determine the admissibility of scientific theories, and how lawyers can better understand legal ethical considerations, including obligations when offering scientific evidence in court.
The course has been approved for 7.20 hours of New Jersey Continuing Legal Education credits, including 1.20 hours of ethics credits; 7.00 hours of New York Continuing Legal Education credits, including 1.00 hours of ethics and 6.00 hours of Areas of Professional Practice credits; and 6.00 hours of Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education credits, including 1.00 hours of ethics credits.