Seminar Number

8422

 

Early
Registration Fee:

$350

On-Site
Registration Fee:

$370

DEFENSE OF DRINKING DRIVERS INSTITUTE

DECEMBER 5-6, 2013

Westin Buckhead
3391 Peachtree Rd. NE • Atlanta
(404) 365-0065


CLE Hours:
12 CLE Hours including 1.3 Ethics Hour, 1 Professionalism Hour and 6 Trial Practice Hours

Presiding:
William C. “Bubba” Head, Program Co- Chair; Head, Thomas, Webb & Willis, LLC, Atlanta
Frank T. Gomez, Program Co- Chair; Head, Thomas, Webb & Willis, LLC, Atlanta

THURSDAY  •  DECEMBER 5, 2013
7:45

Registration (All attendees must check in upon arrival.)

8:20

OPENING REMARKS
Frank T. Gomez

8:30

Implied Consent Issues: Forcible Blood and Urine Collection and “Voluntary” Chemical Tests without any Advisements
Robert W. “Bob” Chestney, Chestney Law Firm, Atlanta

9:30

BREAK

9:45
The NEW Intoxilyzer 9000: Will Georgia Finally Follow Generally Accepted Quality Control Procedures and Full Data Reporting, or Hide the Ball from Accused Citizens?
Allen M. Trapp, Jr., Attorney at Law, Carrollton
Mary C. McMurray, Forensic Associates Inc., Blue Mounds, WI

11:30

LUNCH (Included in registration fee)
The Intoxilyzer 5000 Source Code Quandary: Can Anyone Get an Out-of-State Subpoena after Cronkite?
Gregory A. Willis, Head, Thomas, Webb & Willis, LLC, Atlanta

1:15

Professionalism among Criminal Law Practitioners: My Lessons and Observations from 25 Years on the Bench
Hon. Bryant Culpepper, James Bates Brannan Groover LLP, Macon

2:15

BREAK

2:30

The Emperor Has on No Clothes: Why the NHTSA Standardized Evaluations have NO Correlation to IMPAIRMENT and are NOT Really “Tests”
Spurgeon Cole, PhD, Expert in Psychophysical Testing, Bogart

3:15
Solving the Rubik’s Cube of DUI Cases: The New Rules for First Offense Limited Permits, Out-of-State DUI Schools and Ignition Interlock Devices For Repeat DUI Offenders
Jennifer G. Ammons, Department of Driver Services, Conyers
4:00
RECESS
FRIDAY  •  DECEMBER 6, 2013
8:20
OPENING REMARKS
William C. “Bubba” Head
8:30
Customizing Each Client’s Motions to Help Win Complex or Difficult DUI Cases
Cory E. Yager, Head, Thomas, Webb, & Willis, LLC, Atlanta
9:15
Five Essential Rules for Protecting Your Legal Issues at Trial for Your Client’s Appeal
Ashleigh B. Merchant, The Merchant Law Firm, P.C., Marietta
10:00
BREAK
10:15
Fifteen Winning Forensic Challenges to DUI Cases involving Blood or Urine Testing
Justin McShane, The McShane Firm LLC, Harrisburg, PA
11:30 LUNCH (Included in registration fee)
Ethical Observations from my FIRST 56 Year of Law Practice
Hon. Maurice H. Hilliard, Jr., Head, Thomas, Webb, & Willis, LLC, Atlanta
1:00

georgia case law update: the recent cases you must know
Frank T. Gomez

1:45
ETHICS 101: Seven Common Ethical Dilemmas and Client Confidentiality Traps in DUI Practice
Erin Gerstenzang, Stein & Ward, Atlanta
2:30
BREAK
2:45
Understanding Georgia’s New Evidence Code: Common Evidentiary Issues in DUI Cases
Paul S. Milich, Professor, Georgia State University College of Law, Atlanta
4:00
ADJOURN