The Prosecuting Attorneys’ Council of Georgia, in cooperation with the Georgia Governor’s Office of Highway Safety presents:
Rebroadcasting of DUI Cannabis and SFST Webinar
Thursday, December 10, 2020 at 2:00PM – 3:00PM (Eastern Standard Time)
This webinar will be a rebroadcasting of a previous webinar. Two prosecutors will be live during the webinar to answer questions. POST and CLE credits still available for attending. No ADVOCATE credit, although advocates and office staff are welcome to attend. As more states legalize the use of marijuana and as marijuana possession prosecutions have become more challenging in Georgia, DUI-Marijuana cases, and crashes, are expected to rise. Please join us as we welcome Illinois Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor Jennifer Cifaldi to share her insight on handling these important investigations and prosecutions. On January 1, 2020, Illinois became the 11th US state to legalize recreational marijuana for adult use. Jennifer will discuss DUI prosecution in her changing environment – focusing on the investigative tools available to officers, evidence presentation, and jury misconceptions regarding DUI-Marijuana.
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