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Preparing Children for Court
Why CCTV is Legal – Part 1
Why CCTV is Legal – Part 2
Expert Testimony as Predictive Evidence
How to Effectively Use CCTV
Using Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) to Facilitate Child Testimony
Alternatives to Closed Circuit Television
How Therapy Animal Programs Can Help Maltreated Children
Therapy Animals In Court
Digital Evidence: How a Digital Device Stores Information
Tracking Criminals: Using an IP Address to Find a Physical Address
Securing Evidence from the Cloud: Federal Privacy Statutes
Applying the 4th Amendment to Digital Devices
Drafting Search Warrants and Affidavits
Giving Voice to the Last Silent Victims
Available for purchase in our online store. Intended to serve as a best practice guide for prosecutors at all levels of experience, the manual is a quick reference for specific trial advocacy skills.
Available for purchase in our online store. The book contains a sampling of predicate questions to help get evidence admitted at trial.
For Trial Advocacy Manual and Trial Technique Predicate Questions orders of 15 or more, NDAA is offering a 10% discount off of the total cost of the book plus shipping. Those interested in orders of 15 or more should contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Confrontation Clause After Ohio v. Clark: Reinvigorating Evidence Based Prosecution
The Role of the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner in the Prosecution of Domestic Violence Cases
Prosecuting Alcohol-Facilitated Sexual Assault
Introducing Expert Testimony to Explain Victim Behavior in Sexual and Domestic Violence Prosecutions