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Continuing Legal Education

All the Continuing Legal Education webinar courses are FREE to attend. For CLE credit, the fee is $10 each or $12 if paying by credit card. CLE information will be provided following the webinar. We have accreditation in multiple states. Click to learn more about the Continuing Legal Education course you are interested in to see more info and the calendar for when the next presentation will be.

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HEAD TRAUMA, COMPREHENSION AND INTOXICATION: WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN EVERY CASE

This attorney Continuing Legal Education (CLE) course covers the different types of Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) that result from trauma to the brain to build a foundation of how trauma affects the… read more…

 


NEW! BODILY INJURY CASE REVIEWS: WHAT YOUR FORENSIC NURSE EXPERT CAN DO FOR YOU

Almost every state has a penal code/statute that relates to the seriousness of the injuries sustained by a victim of a crime. Most states define it as Serious Bodily Injury; some have a lesser called Substantial Bodily Injury. California calls it Great Bodily Injury and it is a… read more…

 


READING MEDICAL RECORDS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW WITHOUT “GOOGLING” EVERY TERM

Medical Records can be daunting for any criminal attorney or investigator to review. The purpose of this CLE course is to assist attorneys in focusing their review of medical records and to focus on review of records that contain… read more…

 


STRANGULATION: EVALUATING STRANGULATION EVIDENCE FROM A MEDICAL PERSPECTIVE

In approximately 50% of strangulation/suffocation cases, there is no visible sign of injury; in an additional 35% of cases the injuries are too minor to photograph. This attorney Continuing Legal Education course is… read more…

 


BLUNT FORCE TRAUMA: WHAT EVERY ATTORNEY/INVESTIGATOR NEEDS TO KNOW

This CLE course is designed to teach attorneys and investigators about various injuries that result from Blunt Force Trauma. Bruises/Contusions, Abrasions, Lacerations and Avulsions are all discussed with definitions, examples and… read more…