Access to Justice for Commercial Drivers in Traffic and Criminal Court Systems

This webcast series is presented free of charge.

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This webcast series is presented free of charge.

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January 27, 2021 to June 29, 2022

Every year, over half a million crashes on American highways involve commercial motor vehicles.

These crashes result in enough fatalities to wipe out the entire population of more than any one of half of America’s towns. Many involve repeat violators, some of whom would not have been on the road if Federal and state CDLs/CMVs laws were properly and ethically enforced.

Each webinar will be be tailored to specific issues in the state being presented.

Tuition

This webcast series is presented free of charge. $0

What will I learn?

During this course, you will learn to:

  • Identify applicable Federal and state CDL/CMV laws;
  • Determine what constitutes "masking";
  • Discover the unique definition of a "conviction" under CDL/CMV laws;
  • Summarize the major components related to Access to Justice;
  • Hone techniques designed to improve in-court caseflow management and identify CDL cases with potential masking problems;
  • Balance Procedural Fairness concerns to avoid federal masking violations; and
  • Develop ethical and efficient procedures for handling of CDL/CMV cases in your court.

Increasingly, the modern-day Traffic and Criminal Court is experiencing higher volume and fewer resources. Despite this trend, Access to Justice remains imperative especially when balanced against the need to address cases requiring specialized attention such as CDL drivers who are prohibited from engaging in certain plea agreements. Judges who handle cases involving CDLs/CMVs are often unaware of federal regulations and state laws that require courts to treat commercial drivers differently than non-commercial drivers. This webinar will explore issues of both Access to Justice and Procedural Justice as juxtaposed against the concerns of CDL holders.

Click your state below to register.

StateDate
Connecticut1/27/2021
Colorado1/27/2021
Delaware2/10/2021
Idaho2/10/2021
Florida2/24/2021
Montana2/24/2021
Georgia3/10/2021
New Mexico3/10/2021
North Dakota3/24/2021
Indiana3/24/2021
Maine4/7/2021
Utah4/7/2021
Maryland4/21/2021
Wyoming4/21/2021
Alabama5/5/2021
Arizona 5/5/2021
Arkansas5/19/2021
California5/19/2021
Illinois6/2/2021
Nevada6/2/2021
Iowa6/16/2021
Oregon6/16/2021
Kansas6/30/2021
Washington6/30/2021
Wisconsin7/14/2021
Hawaii7/14/2021
Texas7/28/2021
Alaska7/28/2021
Massachusetts8/11/2021
Michigan8/25/2021
New Hampshire9/8/2021
New Jersey9/22/2021
New York10/6/2021
North Carolina10/20/2021
Ohio11/3/2021
Pennsylvania11/17/2021
Rhode Island12/1/2021
South Carolina12/15/2021
Vermont1/12/2022
Virginia1/26/2022
West Virginia2/9/2022
D.C.2/23/2022
Kentucky3/9/2022
Louisiana3/23/2022
Minnesota4/6/2022
Mississippi4/20/2022
Nebraska5/4/2022
Oklahoma5/18/2022
South Dakota6/1/2022
Tennessee6/15/2022
Missouri6/29/2022
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