The Prosecuting Attorneys’ Council of Georgia, in cooperation with the Georgia Governor’s Office of Highway Safety presents:
Traffic Safety Tuesday: Voir Dire in DUI Cases Tuesday, May 12, 2020 at 10:00AM – 11:00AM (Eastern Standard Time)
Title: Voir Dire in DUI Cases
Speaker: Melissa Tatum, Deputy Chief Assistant Solicitor General – Cobb County Solicitor General’s Office
This is a FREE one-hour training webinar open to prosecutors and law enforcement.
CLE, POST, & Advocate
CLE: Please note the CLE credit will fall under the in-house/self-study rule. The rule has a six hour maximum on CLE credits. A webinar falls in the same category as a video review. The supreme Court of Georgia allowed ALL 2019 CLE hours to be completed by approved in-house or distance learning seminars.
POST: We are excited to now offer POST credit through webinars! In order to receive POST credit for this webinar, you must listen to the webinar live not review the recorded version. We are asked to take attendance at the start and the end of the session to show who is on the call. You must sign in with your first and last name to receive credit and be present for the entire webinar.
Advocate: Unfortunately this topic does not apply to victim services, therefore no credit is available. We will not be able to issue a certificate. You are welcome to attend, but you will not receive credit.With questions or concerns, please contact the training team with the Prosecuting Attorneys’ Council at (770) 282-6300 or email@example.com.
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