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Civil Rights/Police Brutality Case Analysis – Part 3: Experts & Trial

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120 minutes
Date Published

August 13, 2020

Publisher

Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

Subjects

Civil Rights, Police Misconduct

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Summary

What types of experts do you need in a police abuse case? What are the Rules of the Road in a police abuse trial? Vicki and Dale will walk you through expert and trial preparation. They will teach you the different types of experts to consider in a police abuse case and how to effectively depose and cross-examine them. They will teach you the Rules of the Road needed to methodically try your police abuse case, touching on key evidence to introduce and exclude and key language you must include in the jury instructions.

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Presenters

Denisse O. Gastélum

Denisse O. Gastélum is an attorney at Casillas & Associates, where she practices law in the areas of civil rights and... Read More

Dale Galipo

One of the most accomplished civil rights attorneys in the nation, Dale K. Galipo is the founder and principal of The Law... Read More

Vicki I. Sarmiento

Vicki I. Sarmiento is a graduate of Hastings College of Law, and her interest in civil rights dates back to law school where... Read More

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Civil Rights/Police Brutality Case Analysis – Part 3: Experts & Trial
Civil Rights/Police Brutality Case Analysis – Part 3: Experts & Trial - Paper
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