Utilizing Physical and Digital Evidence to Corroborate Difficult Cases

Course Description

Corroborative evidence can often be the deciding factor on whether or not a case moves forward for charging.  Many cases of abuse and assault often appear to only have the victim and suspect as the “witnesses”.  This presentation will explore ways that police and prosecutors can look beyond those two witnesses and identify ways to present compelling, corroborating evidence.  Using traditional methods of physical evidence and advancing ideas in technology, attendees will be encouraged to think outside the box.

Learning Objectives

1. Learn essential information on biological, physical, and technical evidence.

2. Review real case examples and fact pattern to explain the compelling nature of corroborative evidence.

3. Discuss ways to present the evidence to a jury in a clear and concise way that will provide paths to conviction.

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