Session III of NCDC's Online Cross-Examination Workshop (ADXO2-clone)


Description
Welcome to the NCDC Online Cross-Examination Workshop, Session III (January 15-February 12, 2020). The first event will be our Welcome and Introduction to the Course which will take place on January 15, 2020 at 12:00pm EDT via Zoom. All participants and instructors should be in attendance. Find the Zoom Link below.
Content
  • What You Need to Get Started - Some Logistics
  • Schedule
  • Faculty List
  • Alphabetical Participant List with Group Assignments
  • Geo Sorted Participant List
  • Group-Sorted Participant List
  • How to Reach Us (Karen, Tasha, and Bellamy)
  • How to "Complete" An Assignment
  • Looking for the Printable Files? Scroll to the Bottom of the Content.
  • Lecture: Tips/Advice for Crossing on Zoom (Jen Sellitti) 24 minutes
  • Lecture: Mastering Zoom for Effective Cross (Jennifer Sellitti) 23 minutes
  • Zoom Link for All Live Sessions
  • Zoom Tip: How to Hide Non-Video Participants, 2 minutes
  • Article: Six tips for looking great in a Zoom meeting
  • Article: National Law Review - The Pros and Cons of Zoom Hearings
  • Link to sign-In for Evaluation Surveys - All Weeks
  • LIVE WELCOME and introduction to the course 1/15 at 12:00 noon EST
  • January 15, 2021 at 12:00 noon EST
  • Recording of the Welcome and Introduction (January 15, 2021)
  • Prep Week - The Foundations (Watch from 1/15-1/21) 93 minutes total
  • Lecture: The Three Rules of Cross (Frank Hogue) 15 minutes
  • Lecture: Witness Control Techniques (Sam Dennis) 17 minutes
  • Lecture: Theory of the Case (Natasha Perdew Silas) 27 minutes
  • Lecture: Other Tips and Techniques (Sam Dennis) 5 minutes
  • Test Yourself on Other Tips and Techniques
  • Lecture: Chaptering (Karen Smolar) 29 minutes
  • Test Yourself on Chaptering
  • Prep for Week 1 - Homework and Impeachment Basics (Watch from 1/21-1/25) 37 Min.
  • Read /Study State v. Hussein (Workshop Exercise)
  • Lecture: The Forms of Impeachment (Ron Tyer) 18 minutes
  • Lecture: Prior Inconsistent Statements (Ron Tyler) 19 minutes
  • Lecture: More on Safe Havens (Sam Dennis) 4 minutes
  • Week 1 - Group Exercises
  • 1/25 - Brainstorm State v. Hussein, 2 pages
  • 1/26 - Cross Examination with Actors (Hussein)
  • 1/28 - Impeachment Drills
  • 1/29 - Live Demo - 12 Noon
  • Week 1 - Recorded Demos
  • Week 1 Faculty Demo (Recorded) by Bob Pepin
  • Week 1 - Evaluation
  • Prep For Week 2 - Homework and More Impeachment (Watch from 1/28 -2/1) 83 Min.
  • Lecture: Sourcing for Impeachment (Abe Hutt) 3 minutes
  • Lecture: Impeachment Mechanics/Photographs (Abe Hutt) 8 minutes
  • Lecture: Impeachment Mechanics/Prior Bad Acts (Abe Hutt) 17 minutes
  • Lecture: Witness Theory (Alison Bloomquist) 13 minutes
  • Lecture: Theory-Driven Headlines (Paul Rudof) 17 minutes
  • Lecture: Crossing Incentivized Witnesses (Jeff Robinson) 21 minutes
  • Having trouble envisioning what's so bad about prison?
  • 2/1 - Read/Study State v. Murphy, 1 page
  • 2/1 - Read/Study State v. Sanders, 4 pages
  • 2/1 - Read/Study : United States v. Rivers
  • Week 2 - Small Group Exercises
  • 2/1 - Brainstorm State v. Murphy, 1 page
  • 2/1 - Brainstorm State v. Sanders, 4 pages
  • 2/1- Brainstorm : United States v. Rivers
  • 2/2 - Cross Examination with Actors (Murphy and Sanders)
  • 2/4 - Cross Examination with Actors (Rivers)
  • 2/5 Live Demos - 12 Noon
  • Week 2 - Recorded Demos
  • Recorded Faculty Demo, State v. Sanders (Heather Pinckney) 38 minutes
  • Recorded Faculty Demo, United States v. Rivers (Lisa Wayne) 43 minutes
  • Week 2 - Evaluation
  • Week 2 Evaluation Survey Confirmation Trivia Question
  • Week 3 - Homework, Race and Next Level Skills (Watch 2/4-2/8) 188 Mi
  • Lecture: Crossing on Race, Part 1 (Juval Scott) 38 minutes
  • Lecture: Crossing on Race Part 2 (Juval Scott) 19 minutes
  • FOIA Requests to Police Departments (Compilation of Information)
  • Lecture: Pushing Past the Paper (Karen Smolar) 25 minutes
  • Lecture: Language and Physicality (Martin Sabelli) 23 minutes
  • Article: (More on Trilogies) What Makes the Number 3 So Magical?
  • Lecture: Verisimilitude (Sam Dennis) 23 minutes
  • Read/Study- State v. Wilson, 10 pages + Video
  • Read/Study State v. Wilson, Video
  • Read/Study: State v MacDonald (9 pages)
  • WEEK 3 - Small Group Exercises
  • 2/8 - Brainstorm - State v. Wilson, 10 pages + Video
  • 2/8- Brainstorm State v. Wilson, Video
  • 2/8 - Brainstorm: State v MacDonald
  • 2/9 - Cross Examination with Actors) (Wilson)
  • 2/11 - Cross Examination With Actors (MacDonald)
  • 2/12 - Live Demo and Goodbye
  • WEEK 3 - RECORDED DEMOS
  • Recorded Demo of State v. Wilson (Deja Vishny)
  • Recorded Faculty Demo, State v. McDonald (Cathy Bennett) 49 minutes
  • Faculty Demo of State v. McDonald by Ali Bloomquist and Farewell
  • WEEK 3 - EVALUATION
  • Week 3 Evaluation Survey Confirmation
  • Acknowledgments
  • Extras
  • Lecture: Impeachment Mechanics /Learned Treatise (Abe Hutt) 20 minutes
  • Lecture: Crossing on Cognitive Bias (Paul Rudof) 27 minutes
  • Extra: Understanding the Magic of Storytelling (Paul Zak)
  • History of the National Criminal Defense College
Completion rules
  • You must complete the units "Lecture: The Three Rules of Cross (Frank Hogue) 15 minutes, Lecture: Theory of the Case (Natasha Perdew Silas) 27 minutes, Lecture: Witness Control Techniques (Sam Dennis) 17 minutes, Lecture: Other Tips and Techniques (Sam Dennis) 5 minutes, Lecture: Chaptering (Karen Smolar) 29 minutes, Lecture: The Forms of Impeachment (Ron Tyer) 18 minutes, Lecture: Prior Inconsistent Statements (Ron Tyler) 19 minutes, Lecture: More on Safe Havens (Sam Dennis) 4 minutes, Lecture: Impeachment Mechanics/Photographs (Abe Hutt) 8 minutes, Lecture: Impeachment Mechanics/Prior Bad Acts (Abe Hutt) 17 minutes, Lecture: Sourcing for Impeachment (Abe Hutt) 3 minutes, Lecture: Witness Theory (Alison Bloomquist) 13 minutes, Lecture: Crossing on Race, Part 1 (Juval Scott) 38 minutes, Lecture: Crossing on Race Part 2 (Juval Scott) 19 minutes, Lecture: Crossing Incentivized Witnesses (Jeff Robinson) 21 minutes, Lecture: Theory-Driven Headlines (Paul Rudof) 17 minutes, Lecture: Pushing Past the Paper (Karen Smolar) 25 minutes, Lecture: Language and Physicality (Martin Sabelli) 23 minutes, Lecture: Verisimilitude (Sam Dennis) 23 minutes"
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever