Defending the Forensic Interview in Court: The Importance of Preparing with Your Prosecutor and What The Conversation Should Look Like

Course Description

Testifying in court is a process that can cause anxiety, even for the most seasoned professional. Understanding how to discuss the forensic interview protocol, our multidisciplinary team processes and the research that supports them is a critical skill. This training will discuss commonly broached topics in the court process, how to practically prepare for court, how to defend practice in court and the scope of direct and cross examination.

Learning Objectives

1. Provide a framework for preparing for the court process as a forensic interviewer and multidisciplinary teams, including practical skills.

2. Increase awareness of the scope and breadth of topics an interviewer will need to be prepared to address on the stand.

3. Provide an overview of research pertinent to defending the forensic interview in court.

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