District of Columbia Bar
Criminal Law and Individual Rights
In Co-sponsorship with Litigation Section and DC Affairs
Presents a Brown Bag Program
The Eyewitness Identification Procedures Act of 2008
The Criminal Law and Individual Rights Section of the DC Bar cordially invites you to a Brown Bag Panel Discussion of pending legislation regarding the Eyewitness Identification Procedures Act of 2008 that will be held on Wednesday, October 29, 2008, from 12 noon until 2 pm at Venable LLP, 575 7th St, NW (across from the Gallery Place-South Metro) in the 11th floor multipurpose room.
This comprehensive legislation includes specific procedures that will need to be used by law enforcement in all criminal cases for the purpose of eyewitness identification, and imposes sanctions for failing to do so.
This timely topic is important to all criminal practitioners as this legislation could be the most comprehensive of its kind in the country.
Patricia Riley, Special Counsel to the United States Attorney for the District of Columbia
Shawn Armbrust, Executive Director, Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project
Commander Michael Anzallo, Superintendant of Detectives, Metropolitan Police Department
Kate Easterly, DC Public Defenders Service
October 29, 2008
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
575 7th Street, NW
(Gallery Place-Chinatown Metro)
Section Members and Subscribers $15.00
Government and Nonprofit Employees $15.00
Law Students $15.00
Non-Section Members $20.00
Note: This Section-sponsored educational program is not intended to be a CLE program and thus does not qualify for CLE credit in other jurisdictions including Ohio and Pennsylvania.
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