Self-Represented Litigants in Traffic Court

Thursday, Oct 10, 2019

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Noon PST | Online Webcast | Tuition: Free

In this highly interactive webinar, judges will work together at how to explain to self-represented litigants their rights and responsibilities in plain and simple language. The participants will collaborate on putting together an opening statement for the traffic courtroom. Without compromising the neutrality of traffic court proceedings, we will work together to formulate techniques to ensure that all self-represented litigants get their day in court. Using principles of procedural fairness in traffic court proceedings, we will strategize how to prevent disruptive or disrespectful behavior.

After participating in this webcast, you will be able to:

  1. Identify the principles of procedural fairness;
  2. Apply procedural fairness techniques in your courtroom;
  3. Explain to self-represented litigants, in plain and simple language, of their rights and responsibilities under the law; and
  4. Without compromising the neutrality of courtroom proceedings, ensure that the facts of the case are adequately presented.

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