Are Prosecutors Ever Off the Clock? Webinar

Are Prosecutors Ever Off the Clock? Webinar
Most prosecutorial ethics programs focus on how applicable rules, laws, and related opinions govern a prosecutor's behavior when he or she is practicing law. But what rules apply to a prosecutor´s behavior off the clock? The answer is: ethically, a prosecutor is never off the clock. This webinar will focus on the rules, statutes, case law, principles, and guidelines that govern a prosecutor´s actions, conduct, and speech, during personal time. It will present practical illustrations and informative case examples from around the country of how off the clock behavior has on the job consequences.

Registration for this webinar will open on January 3, 2020.

Date & Time

January 29, 2020
12:00 noon - 1:30 p.m.

MCLE

This webinar is certified for 1.5 hours of Ethics MCLE credit.  (Credit will depend upon the actual length of the webinar.)

Registration & Tuition

If your office has a Webinar Subscription, simply click the Register Myself button below, then Proceed to Checkout. Click Submit Order and your registration will be complete. 
REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AT 11:00 AM ON THE DAY OF THE WEBINAR.

If your office does not have a Webinar Subscription, tuition for this webinar is $40. You must pay with a credit card when you register. Your registration will not be complete without payment. To register, click the Register Myself button below, then Proceed to Checkout. Enter your credit card information, then click Submit Order to complete your registration.  Tuition for this webinar is non-refundable.
REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AT 11:00 AM ON THE DAY OF THE WEBINAR.

CDAA Contact

Suzanne Hunter, Director of Grant Training, shunter@cdaa.org 
When
1/29/2020 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
 

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