February 8, 2021
2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. ET
CLE: 1 Credit
Wendy L. Patrick is a career prosecutor, named the Public Lawyer of the Year by the California State Bar Public Law Section. She has completed over 165 trials ranging from stalking, to domestic violence, to first-degree murder. She teaches and trains on a variety of legal topics around the world. She has also been teaching ethics, trial skills, substance abuse, competence, elimination of bias, civility, and other subjects around the country on a regular basis for over twenty years to a variety of legal and business organizations. She is Sergeant of Arms for the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (ATAP)and a Past President of the ATAP San Diego Chapter. She is an ATAP Certified Threat Manager and has lectured on this topic frequently, most recently at the (ATAP) annual conference.
Dangerous individuals are not always charged with dangerous crimes, yet they pose an unreasonable risk of danger to the community. Knowing what facts to look for, where to look, and how to present the information they find, prosecutors can reveal a more accurate portrayal of defendant risk to the court. From bail arguments to protective orders to proposing terms and conditions of probation, prosecutors can thereby take a more proactive role in fashioning conditions and consequences that fit both the crime and the criminal.
This program will incorporate cutting-edge research, threat assessment techniques and tactics, and use real case studies of prosecutors who were faced with threatening behavior, both verbally and physically, from dangerous defendants, to discuss best practices for resolution.
CLE Credit: 1 Hour
Wendy L. Patrick, J.D., Ph.D.
Deputy District Attorney
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Continuing Legal Education Credits: 1.0 hour
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