2015 WEBCASTS

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State Specific Commercial Driver's Licensing Webcasts
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Tuition: FREE

In 2014, the NJC offered state specific Commercial Driver's Licensing webcasts for all 50 states. For more information and to view the recording of each webcast, click here.

 

 

NHTSA Webcast: Women and Impaired Driving

February 12, 2015 10 a.m. Pacific / 11 a.m. Mountain / 12 p.m. Central / 1 p.m. Eastern (60 minutes)
Tuition: FREE

 

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This webcast will delve into the research behind why alcohol-related issues affect women differently than men. In addition, participants will learn about the findings of the aforementioned studies including the unique characteristics of female drunk drivers, offender typologies, and the pathways to offending. Lastly, recommendations to improve the supervision and treatment of female DWI offenders will be offered.

 

 

E-Discovery: Sanctions and Spoliation — What a Judge Needs to Know

February 18, 2015 12 p.m. Pacific / 1 p.m. Mountain / 2 p.m. Central / 3 p.m. Eastern (1 hour 15 minutes)
Tuition: FREE

 

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Discovery in litigation can be complicated and expensive. Electronic discovery is no exception, particularly since challenges in preserving and producing electrically stored information present ample opportunities for requesting parties to seek sanctions and adverse inference instructions for nonproduction or spoliation of evidence. Join our panel for a fundamental-level discussion of the rules and case law undergirding e-discovery, discovery sanctions and spoliation.

 

 

NHTSA Webcast: The Computerized Assessment and Referral Systems (CARS) — Identifying Mental Health Disorders among DUI Offenders

April 16, 2015 10 a.m. Pacific / 11 a.m. Mountain / 12 p.m. Central / 1 p.m. Eastern (60 minutes)
Tuition: FREE

 

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Repeat DUI offenders often suffer from a number of psychiatric disorders and other psychosocial risks, which suggests that untreated mental health and behavioral issues may be contributing to the persisting high rate of DUI. However, treatment for DUI offenders most commonly consists of alcohol education and substance use treatment only, without addressing the possible underlying mental health and behavioral issues that may be present as well.

 

 

NHTSA Webcast: Tracking the Last Place of Drink

May 21, 2015 10 a.m. Pacific / 11 a.m. Mountain / 12 p.m. Central / 1 p.m. Eastern (60 minutes)
Tuition: FREE

 

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