Attorney Training Videos

  • Seminar 1 A Historical Perspective :Seminar 1 Seminar 1 An Historical Perspective: Defending Against False Allegations of Sexual Molestation Sexual abuse has been around since mankind first walked on this planet. It certainly is a scourge and we wish to rid ourselves of it, but we wish to do so with the proper respect for constitutional rights and appropriate adjudication. For this reason we’re going to talk a little bit about the science and the his

    Seminar 2 Coerced Confessions and Investigations :Seminar 2 video Seminar 2 Coerced Confessions and Investigations Today we’re going to talk about police interrogations and defense investigations. Psychlaw is proud to present the faculty for today: Attorney Patrick Clancy, Retire Sherriff’s Detective Harvey Shapiro, Professor Richard Leo from the University of California at Irvine and myself, Dr. Demosthenes Lorandos. We’re going to talk about defending against

    Seminar 3 90 Years of Research on Suggestibility :Seminar 3 video Seminar 3 90 Years of Research on Child Suggestibility In this seminar we are going to talk about suggestibility. What is suggestibility? Years ago Gudjonsson wrote that “Suggestibility” is the extent to which individuals come to accept and subsequently incorporate post-event information into their memory recollections. More recently than that Ceci and Bruck in their important textbook Jeopardy in the Cou

    Seminar 4 Syndrome Evidence and Junk Science :Seminar 4 video Seminar 4 Syndrome Evidence and Junk Science Attacking Child Sexual Abuse Accommodation Syndrome Evidence In this seminar we are going to talk about Junk Science. What is junk science? Well everybody has a different idea, but the hallmarks of junk science are two things, causism and hyper-claiming. What is causism, c-a-u-s-i-sm, causism is inferring a cause when no causal relationship actually exists. For exa

  
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