Minnesota Continuing Legal Education, joined by the Minnesota County Attorney’s Association, the Office of the Minnesota Public

Defender, the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, the Office of Continuing Legal Education for State Court Personnel, the Office of the Attorney General, the Minnesota Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the MSBA Criminal Law Section present

Criminal Justice Institute
Event Guide
Monday & Tuesday, August 26 & 27, 2013
On behalf of Minnesota CLE & the other Institute cosponsors, welcome to the 48th Annual Criminal Justice Institute! We are delighted that you could join us! See inside for details on how to register for your FREE Bonus Session – “CSI Minnesota: The A, B and C’s of Expert Testimony,” presented live or via webcast on September 19.

The 48th Annual

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Please read through this guide carefully and keep it with you throughout the conference. Contents: • Course schedule • Breakout session locations • A map of the RiverCentre • Other important information

Welcome to

The 48th Annual Criminal Justice Institute
Luncheons
The luncheons are provided for all Institute attendees. They are located on the Kellogg Blvd Level. If you have a special dietary need, please stop at the registration desk at your earliest convenience so we can try to accommodate your request. Be sure to take your books with you – the Ballroom will be divided and rearranged for the afternoon sessions. Lunch Day 1: Teriyaki Chicken Sandwich Vegetarian Option: Grilled Portobello Mushroom Sandwich Gluten Free Option: Grilled Chicken Breast Salad Lunch Day 2: Chopped Steak with Mushroom Demi (Gluten Free) Vegetarian Option: Sautéed Vegetables with Quinoa

Easy Online Access to All Materials!
Course materials for the 2013 Criminal Justice Institute are provided electronically. As an attendee of this conference, you are granted a Single-User License to these materials. To access your materials, follow the instructions on the page titled “eAccess to Course Materials” at the front of the blue binder you received at check-in. You will have access to: 1. The complete 2013 Criminal Justice Institute manual, including plenary and breakout session materials 2. The Criminal Code Book 3. Faculty PowerPoint presentations 4. Late materials and additional handouts

Your Binder:
The Plenary tabs contain all of the materials submitted from Day 1 and 2 Plenary sessions (these plenary materials are also on your CD-ROM).

Evaluation... Please!
We appreciate your help in completing the evaluation forms. We value your comments and suggestions! Please leave your evaluations at the registration desk when the Institute is over. Thank you!

Other Great Materials
Each attendee will also receive two of Minnesota CLE’s Legal QuickSheetsTM: Telephonic Search Warrants – 7 Steps and Warrantless Motor Vehicle Searches.

Calls From Your Office
Please check the message board periodically for messages from your home or office. The registration desk phone number is 651-726-1802.­

Breakout Sessions
Use the location list and the map to locate the sessions of your choice.

Power Tower Charging Station
A special thank you to LinkedLaw for sponsoring the Power Tower Charging Station. It can be found at the Minnesota CLE Publications booth in the Exhibitor Hall.

Please Write Your Name In Your Books!
We can’t replace books that are lost. If turned in, we will be able to return your book to you if your name is in it.

As a special bonus, Minnesota CLE and the co-sponsors of the Criminal Justice Institute are very pleased to present:
CSI Minnesota: The A, B and C’s of Expert Testimony – Part I
Thursday, September 19, 2013 8:55 a.m. – 12:10 p.m.

CSI Minnesota: The A, B and C’s of Expert Testimony – Part II
Thursday, September 19, 2013 12:55 – 3:00 p.m.

How to Register for These FREE Bonus Sessions:
Live Session –
You may register online for the live session at www.minncle.org. Click the course title on the seminar roster for the live seminar. You will use coupon code FREE2013CJI to register at no additional cost.

Live at Minnesota CLE Conference Center – or – Online via live webcast

Live at Minnesota CLE Conference Center – or – Online via live webcast

Minnesota CLE has applied to the Minnesota State Board of CLE for 3.0 standard CLE credits. Application is also being made to the MN Peace Officer Standards and Training Board for 3.0 POST credits.
8:55 – 9:00 a.m.

Minnesota CLE has applied to the Minnesota State Board of CLE for 3.0 standard CLE credits. Application is also being made to the MN Peace Officer Standards and Training Board for 3.0 POST credits.
12:55 – 1:00 p.m.

– Or you can attend by – Welcome & Introduction – Part II
1:00 – 1:40 p.m.

Welcome & Introduction – Part I
9:00 – 9:45 a.m.

– Frederic Bruno & Carolyn Agin Schmidt, Course Co-Chairs

Webcast –

– Frederic Bruno & Carolyn Agin Schmidt, Course Co-Chairs

A – Arson: Tap Dancing on Match Sticks – A Guide to Distinguishing Fire Science from Fancy Footwork
– Terry W. Duncan, CFI Central States Fire Investigations Inc.; Owatonna 9:45 – 10:30 a.m.

B – Bones: Burned Bodies and Trauma

A – Accident Reconstruction

What every attorney should know about the practice of forensic anthropology, the interpretation of burned bodies and traumatic injury, and key questions to ask the expert. – Susan M. T. Myster Hamline University Anthropology Dept; Saint Paul 1:40 – 2:20 p.m.

– David B. Daubert Expert Witness Services; Waconia 10:30 – 10:40 a.m. 10:40 – 11:25 a.m. Break

B – Bugs: Solving Mysteries with Maggots

– Valerie J. Cervenka, M.S., D-ABFE; Division of Forestry Minnesota Department of Natural Resources; Saint Paul 2:20 – 3:00 p.m.

B – Ballistics: Firearm and Toolmark Evidence and Examinations

An overview of everything you ever wanted to know about firearm and toolmark identification and why it isn’t ballistics. – Kurt Moline Bureau of Criminal Apprehension; Saint Paul 11:25 a.m. – 12:10 p.m.

C – Computers: Computer Forensics – It’s More than Email

Registrations for Minnesota CLE webcasts are processed solely online. If you haven’t done so already, you will first need to create your free Minnesota CLE login account. This process is quick and easy. Simply go to www.minncle. org and click LOGIN. Proceed through the pages to create your login account. Once logged in, click the webcast title on the seminar roster for the webcast. You will use coupon code FREE2013CJI. Once registered, you will receive an e-mail confirmation notice that includes complete instructions for viewing the webcast.

Non-traditional evidence sources, such as the iPhone, iPad, and social media and ethical considerations for their use. – Mark Lanterman Computer Forensic Services; Minnetonka

Please note: This free seminar

B – Bodies: Do’s and Don’ts in Working with the Medical Examiner Witness

coupon code is for 2013 Criminal Justice Institute attendees ONLY and may not be transferred.

How attorneys can work effectively with Medical Examiners. – Lindsey C. Thomas, MD; Assistant Medical Examiner Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Office; Minneapolis

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Schedule / Session Locations
Monday, August 26
PLENARY SESSIONS All Plenary sessions will be held in the Grand Ballroom 7:45 – 8:30 a.m. 8:30 – 9:15 a.m. 9:15 – 10:00 a.m. 10:00 – 10:30 a.m. 10:30 – 11:45 a.m. CHECK-IN & CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST [Sponsored by The Blue Pages] Mental Health & Guns (Abderholden, Ortman, Quam & Stanek – moderator) Gideon and Its Meaning and Impact on the Criminal Justice System in Minnesota After 50 Years (Burke, Choi, Friedman, Hilstrom & Stuart – moderator) BREAK U.S. Supreme Court Review (Stras)

11:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. The Care, Feeding and Cross Examination of Stool Pigeons, Canaries and Other Birds of Prey (Friedberg) 12:15 – 1:15 p.m. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) INSTITUTE LUNCHEON [Sponsored by LinkedLaw]................................................. Kellogg Blvd Level Please take your books and personal items with you – ballroom will be divided for breakout sessions.

1:15–2:15 p.m.

SUPER BREAKOUT – DWI Update (Sheridan)......................................................................................................... Ballroom BC The Native Mob Trial [2-hour session] (Goerke, Schleicher, Traurig, Wilhelmy & Winter)......................................... Ballroom A Dealing with Pro Se Litigants (Coates).................................................................................................................... Ballroom E Prosecuting DV Cases – What if the Judge’s Order Was Actually Enforced? (Kendall)....................................... Ballroom FG Using Technology for Persuasion at Trial (Pacyga)................................................................................................... Ballroom D E-Filing & E-Serving (Including a Live Demo) (Cahill)................................................................................... Meeting Room 4-5 Drug Chemistry Field Identification Certificate Program (Nielsen).............................................................. Meeting Room 2-3 Defending Marijuana Cases – It’s Still Illegal (Gallagher)............................................................................. Meeting Room 6 BREAK

SESSION

A

2:15 – 2:30 p.m. 9)

2:30–3:30 p.m.

The Native Mob Trial (continued)............................................................................................................................... Ballroom A SUPER BREAKOUT – Pre-Trial Best Practices – 20 Pre-Trial Topics that Every Attorney Must be Prepared to Discuss (Pendleton)........................................................................................................... Ballroom BC

SESSION

B

10) Bias and Cultural Specificity in the Treatment Industry [2-hour session] [2.0 elimination of bias credits] (Evans, Moore & Mackin)....................................................................................Ballroom FG 11) Criminal Records Expungement – Remedy or Red Herring? (Esmay & Haase).................................................... Ballroom E 12) CVO & CVH Cases After Al-Naseer & Senser: Knowledge, Causation, Intent, Oh My! (Russell).........................Ballroom D 13) Succession Planning – The Time is Now (Ramsay)...................................................................................... Meeting Room 6 14) “Children or Different” – Representing Juveniles Post-Miller – a Slippery Slope or Paradigm Shift? Should the Criminal Law be Applied to Juvenile Offenders? (Rosenberg).............................................. Meeting Room 4-5 15) Financial Exploitation of Vulnerable Adults (Hilstrom & Roehrdanz)......................................................... Meeting Room 2-3 3:30 – 3:45 p.m. BREAK

3:45–4:45 p.m.

Bias and Cultural Specificity in the Treatment Industry (continued)...................................................................Ballroom FG

SESSION

16) Dude! Where’s My Car?!? – Today’s Forfeiture Laws (Lang & Olson)................................................................ Ballroom BC 17) Misdemeanors Matter – What Every Trial Attorney Should Know About Misdemeanor Appeals (Lauermann & McConaughey)........................................................................................... Ballroom E 18) Human Trafficking: A Silent Epidemic (Bandemer & Quinn)..................................................................... Meeting Room 4-5 19) Commercial Drivers License (CDL) – Something Every Court Practitioner Needs to Know About CDLs (Drexler & Lemons)................................................................................................... Ballroom A 20) Guns and Canada (Williams)...................................................................................................................... Meeting Room 2-3 21) DNA Phenotyping: Can Investigators Generate a Wanted Poster From a Drop of Blood? (MacLean)................Ballroom D 22) Important Family Law Considerations in Criminal Cases (Newmark & Santana)........................................ Meeting Room 6

C

4:45 – 6:00 p.m.

Institute Reception [Sponsored by SmartStart MN] Relax and have fun with long-time friends and new acquaintances!

Schedule / Session Locations
Tuesday, August 27
PLENARY SESSIONS All Plenary sessions will be held in the Grand Ballroom 8:00 – 8:30 a.m. 8:30 – 9:15 a.m. 9:15 – 9:45 a.m. 9:45 – 10:00 a.m. 10:00 – 11:15 a.m. CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST Minnesota Supreme Court Update – 2012-2013 Term (Costello) Legislative Update (Helseth Kiese) BREAK Constructing the Trial Story on Cross-Examination – Should “A Few Good Men” Be Our Role Model for Cross-Examining Witnesses in Criminal Cases (Gildin)

11:15 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Working Through Electronic Evidence Issues in Criminal Procedures (Gildin, Pendleton, Rubin & Friedman – moderator) 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. INSTITUTE LUNCHEON [Sponsored by LinkedLaw]................................................. Kellogg Blvd Level Please take your books and personal items with you – ballroom will be divided for breakout sessions.

1:00–2:00 p.m.

23) SUPER BREAKOUT – The Dirty Dozen [2-hour session] (Cramer Borneman, Brandt, Butler, Folk, Frederickson, Lang, Metz, Olson, Schneider, Shook, Vergeja & Halberg – moderator)..................................Ballroom D 24) McNeely and Its Impact on Search Warrants (Lemons & Pendleton)................................................................. Ballroom BC 25) All the Databases and Acronyms – Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) Systems Overview (Kalstabakken)................................................................................................................ Ballroom A 26) Fulfilling Duties Under Padilla: Is Anything Really “Clear” in Immigration Law? (Nestor & Stuhlman)... Meeting Room 4-5 27) Recoverable Social Media – What Prosecutors and Defense Attorneys Should Know (Carney)......................Ballroom FG 28) Demarcating the Levels of Bodily Harm in Assault Cases (Larson)............................................................. Meeting Room 6 29) Brain Imaging and Mental Health Issues (Klumpp)................................................................................................ Ballroom E 2:00 – 2:15 p.m. BREAK

SESSION

D E F

2:15–3:15 p.m.

SUPER BREAKOUT – The Dirty Dozen (continued)................................................................................................Ballroom D

SESSION

30) The Loss and Restoration of Firearms Rights (Keegan & Kryzer)........................................................................ Ballroom BC 31) Misuse of Government Databases – Lessons Learned and Future Trends – Access, Use, Sharing, Audits and Consequences (Link).....................................................................................Ballroom FG 32) Sovereign Citizen Tactics in Criminal Court and Prison – Harmless Kooks, Domestic Terrorists or Both? [2-hour session] (McComb)............................................ Meeting Room 2-3 33) Handling Cases Involving Abusive Trauma to Children (Frank & Sens)................................................................. Ballroom E 34) Using Experts in Criminal Cases – Experts – What!? (Stiehm)................................................................. Meeting Room 4-5 35) Local Rules Which Make Lawyers Look Foolish – “That’s Not How We Do It Here, Dummy!” (Ahern)............................................................................................... Ballroom A 3:15 – 3:30 p.m. BREAK

3:30–4:30 p.m.

SESSION

Sovereign Citizen Tactics in Criminal Court and Prison – Harmless Kooks, Domestic Terrorists or Both? (continued)..................................................................... Meeting Room 2-3

36) Forensic Laboratory Accreditation: Quality Matters (Giles, Henning, Kasbohm & Knutson)....................... Meeting Room 6 37) Data Practices: The Topic You Love to Hate – Hot Data Topics for Criminal Justice Professionals (Engler).......Ballroom D 38) Voluntary Intoxication and Sleepwalking Defense Cases (Newmark)................................................................... Ballroom A 39) The Ethics of the Deal: The Truth, Some More of the Truth, and Nothing but the Truth – Ethical and Criminal Defense [1.0 ethics credit] (Siefken)....................................................................................Ballroom FG 40) Compassion Fatigue and Its Impact on the Criminal Process (Bibelhausen, Quaintance & Stawicki)................... Ballroom E 41) Search and Seizure – The Resurgent Fourth Amendment – Impact on Minnesota Precedents (Kirwin)......... Ballroom BC

Sponsors
The Blue Pages
The Blue Pages is a directory of attorneys who specialize in DWI/DUI and all criminal matters. It is distributed statewide to Law Enforcement Agencies where it is utilized in the booking areas of the jails. The Blue Pages has been bringing new client calls to our attorneys for the past sixteen years. Our goal is to bring you new business.

Exhibitors
Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers
(LCL) is a private, non-profit corporation which offers free, confidential help to Minnesota lawyers, judges, and law students with chemical health and other addictions, mental health, stress, family and work related problems. The primary services include: assessments, referrals, short-term counseling, crisis response, mental health group therapy, interventions, individual mentoring and education.

Minnesota CLE Publications
Your attendance at this institute qualifies you to purchase selected Minnesota CLE Publications at special sale prices. Our staff is here to field your questions about the display titles, or any other Minnesota CLE product. Place your order at our table today! [No cash please; all orders will be billed and shipped.]

MN Adult & Teen Challenge
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MN Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Individuals with an FASD are disproportionally involved with the criminal justice system. MOFAS stands up for the rights of the FASD community, provides education and works to ensure that all women know that there is no safe level of alcohol use during pregnancy.

Sentencing Solutions
Sentencing Solutions is a network of experienced legal dispositional advisors, sentencing advocates and mitigation specialists providing defense attorneys with a comprehensive understanding of their clients, assistance addressing client needs (including referrals to community programs), and written alternative court recommendations. Consult available for any type of criminal case.

Minnesota CLE LinkedLaw
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The Minnesota Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
The Minnesota Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers is the State’s premier professional organization of the criminal defense bar. The membership of over 200 lawyers includes private practitioners and public defenders from across the state. The MACDL is devoted to strengthening the profession, providing regular seminars, and promoting fair laws, rules, and regulations. We also have fun events and relaxing happy hours. The MACDL welcomes new members.

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Smart Start MN
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Saint Paul RiverCentre
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NORTH CONCOURSE

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Location FAQ’s
On this Level … On the Street Level …

Restrooms: Two locations – by Ballroom D on the Kellogg Concourse; and by Ballroom H on the North Concourse Exhibitors – throughout the Kellogg Concourse Message Board – by the registration booths Water Stations – We have scattered water stations throughout the RiverCentre. These water stations replace bottled water and are one of the ways we can add “green” to the conference. Reception (Day 1) – in the registration area

Restrooms: Below the Overlook Luncheon (Day 1 and Day 2) – Take escalators in registration area or near Meeting Room 9 down to street level; luncheon is set below the registration area. Phones – Below the Overlook Internet WiFi – wireless network name is MSE_Hotspot. After choosing this network, open your internet browser. You will be redirected to a page to accept the terms of use. Restaurant – Below Meeting Room 9

On the Skyway (follow the skyway through the building) …

ATM Business Center (for faxes, copying)

Criminal Justice Institute Exhibitor Prize Giveaway

Win Great Prizes!
The Blue Pages MN Adult & Teen Challenge

• Apple iPad Mini

Minnesota CLE LinkedLaw

• $40 Target Gift Card
Smart Start MN Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers Midwest Monitoring & Surveillance

• Overnight stay at The Saint Paul Hotel

• Overnight stay at Holiday Inn – St. Paul Downtown

• Free Registration to the 2014 Criminal Justice Institute
The Minnesota Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

Free Space

Minnesota CLE Publications

Stop by our exhibitors and receive a stamp or initial for the appropriate box. Once you have received 8 stamps (the free space counts!), return this form to the box near the Registration Desk to be entered in the prize drawing. Please remember to complete your contact information.

Winners’ names will be posted on the Prize Board near the Registration Desk at the 2:00 p.m. break on Tuesday.

MN Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

Sentencing Solutions

Shred Right

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