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Prosecutor Bootcamp: A Comprehensive Training for the New Prosecutor, February 23-28, 2020, Stonewall Jackson Hotel, Staunton, VA. (New Program)

A week-long intensive training for the new prosecutor.  This program is open to prosecutors with three years or less experience. Specific topics to be covered include trial skills, evidentiary issues, practice in General District and Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court, work-life balance, and legal writing, among others.

Lodging will be provided for attendees whose offices are more than twenty-five miles from the Stonewall Jackson Hotel, Staunton, VA.  Meals will be provided or reimbursed, but mileage to and from the program is not covered.

Once you’ve registered, you will receive a confirmation email. This training is limited to 30 students who will be accepted on a first come, first served basis, with a preference for one attendee per jurisdiction. Multiple attendees from the same jurisdiction will be considered if space is available. Registration for this program will close on December 6, 2019 or when the 30 student limit is reached, whichever first occurs! 

For more information, contact Nancy Oglesby at noglesby@wm.edu or 757-943-9753.

Click here to register for Prosecutor Bootcamp

 

Advanced DUI Training for Law Enforcement and Prosecutors, February 26 - March 1, 2019, Great Wolf Lodge, Williamsburg

The February 2019 presentation of this extremely popular training will be conducted in Williamsburg on February 26 - March 1, 2019. Topics to be covered at this intensive training include Investigative Stops, Checkpoints, Blood Testing Issues and DUI Manslaughter.  The latest version of the Virginia DUI Manual will be distributed to participants. Much like our TOP GUN Program, this training program utilizes a team-training format requiring a team consisting of a prosecutor and a law enforcement officer from the same jurisdiction.
There is no charge for this 3 1/2-day long training program. Private overnight accommodations beginning Tuesday, February 26th will be provided to those whose offices are more than twenty-five miles from the training site, as will all breakfasts and lunches beginning February 27th. In-Service Training Credits and MCLE credits are pending.

For more information, contact Jake Lambert at jrlambert@wm.edu or 757-253-4994.

Registration for Advanced DUI Williamsburg is now closed. Registration for Advanced DUI Blacksburg (August 13-16, 2019) will open in April 2019.

 

I.M.P.A.C.T., Training for the Juvenile & Domestic Relations Prosecutor: Initiating Meaningful Prosecution at Critical Times, March 8 - 11, 2020, Virginia Crossings Hotel and Conference Center, Glen Allen, VA.

A three and one-half day intensive training for the J&DR prosecutor. The program focuses on juvenile court practice & procedure and dealing with juvenile delinquency.   Specific topics to be covered include juvenile brain development, juvenile trials & sentencing options, DJJ length of stay guidelines, substance abuse and juveniles, transfer/certification issues, juvenile sex-offenders and competency issues. 

Lodging will be provided for attendees whose offices are more than twenty-five miles from the Virginia Crossings Hotel and Conference Center in Glen Allen, VA.  Meals will be provided or reimbursed, but mileage to and from the program is not covered.


Once you’ve registered, you will receive a confirmation email. This training is limited to 25 students who will be accepted on a first come, first served basis, with preference for one attendee per jurisdiction. Multiple attendees from the same jurisdiction will be considered if space is available.  Registration for this program will close on December 6, 2019 or when the 25 student limit is reached, whichever first occurs! 

For more information, contact Nancy Oglesby at noglesby@wm.edu or 757-943-9753.

Click here to register for I.M.P.A.C.T. for J & D Court Prosecutors

 

CIIFER: Cyberattacks, Internet Investigations, Forensic Analysis and Electronic Records: Digital Evidence conference for Prosecutors and Law Enforcement, March 5-6, 2020, James Madison University

CIIFER is CASC’s new digital evidence conference, a two-day statewide conference welcoming prosecutors and law enforcement for a multi-track agenda that will include in-depth basic and advanced training on cyber-attacks, forensic analysis of digital devices, and obtaining digital records from third parties such as cellphone and internet providers. This program will include subject-matter experts from multiple disciplines as well as representatives from some of the nation’s largest internet-service providers. Prosecutors and law enforcement of all experience levels are welcome.

Details regarding lodging and meals will be provided in the fall of 2019.

For more information, contact Elliott J. Casey at ejcasey@wm.edu or 757-585-4370.

Registration for CIIFER will open in early winter 2019.

 

Asset Forfeiture: Law and Procedure, March 7, 2019, Sheraton Oceanfront Hotel, Virginia Beach

This program is designed for prosecutors, law enforcement, and civilian asset forfeiture coordinators. This one-day class will cover the basics of asset forfeiture law and procedure, as well as administrative requirements. Instructors include experienced law enforcement officers and prosecutors from the field. It will be offered at the Sheraton Virginia Beach Oceanfront Hotel, 3501 Atlantic Ave., Virginia Beach, VA 23451. Lunch will be provided.

For more information, contact Elliott J. Casey at ejcasey@wm.edu or 757-585-4370.

Registration for Asset Forfeiture 2019 is now closed.

 

Spring Institute 2020, April 5-8, 2020, Norfolk Marriott Waterside, 235 East Main St., Norfolk, VA

The Spring Institute Program is a multi-track continuing legal education program offering at least 16.0 hours of MCLE credit and emphasizing current developments in the criminal law, including recent legislative enactments and judicial decisions. Attendance is open to all Virginia prosecutors. 

For more information, contact Elliott J. Casey at ejcasey@wm.edu or 757-585-4370.

Registration for Spring Institute 2020 will open in January 2020.

 

DUID Training for Law Enforcement and Prosecutors

CASC will be conducting six DUID Training Programs across the Commonwealth in 2019. This training, for prosecutors and LEO’s, focuses on the difficult cases involving driver impairment due to the use of illegal and/or prescription drugs. Topics to be covered include: Recognizing the Drugged Driver, Blood Testing Issues, and much more. The latest version of the Virginia DUI Manual will be distributed to all participants.  There is no charge for this single day training program. Lunch will be provided. MCLE and In-Service Training Credits have been awarded.

The DUID Program will be presented at the following locations in 2019:
Newport News on April 18, 2019, at the Hampton Roads Criminal Justice Training Academy
Winchester on May 9, 2019, at the Frederick County Public Safety Building
Richmond on June 5, 2019, at the Virginia State Police Academy
Roanoke on June 27, 2019, at the DFS Western Laboratory
Nokesville on September 4, 2019, at the Prince William County Public Safety Building
Charlottesville on September 18, 2019, at the Albemarle County Police Department

For more information, contact Jake Lambert at jrlambert@wm.edu or 757-253-499

Registration for Charlottesville DUID is now closed.

 

Rolling Stoned: DRE for Prosecutors, May 15-16, 2019, Stonewall Jackson Hotel, Staunton, Virginia

This two-day training will introduce Prosecutors to Virginia's new Drug Recognition Expert Program. Topics will include an overview of the DRE Program, qualifying a DRE as an expert in court, and overcoming common defense attacks. Lodging at the Stonewall Jackson Hotel will be provided the night of the 15th of May for those whose offices are more than twenty-five miles from the training site. All meals will be provided but mileage to and from the training will not be covered.

For more information, contact Jake Lambert at jrlambert@wm.edu or 757-253-4994.

Registration for Rolling Stoned is now closed.

 

Investigation and Prosecution of Drug Cases ("TOP GUN XXVII"), May 19-24, 2019, Great Wolf Lodge, Williamsburg, VA

TOP GUN is an intensive, workshop-style, interactive training course on the prosecution of drug cases, one of CASC's longest running programs being offered since 1992, now in its 27th year! Attendance is limited to 20 teams, each of which consists of a prosecutor and a law enforcement investigator from a given jurisdiction. This program covers the latest developments in the law, the criminal practices used, and the latest illegal drug types and their usage. The training will be held at the Great Wolf Lodge - Williamsburg. This is a five day program. There is no tuition: housing, private hotel room will be provided to attendees whose offices are more than twenty-five miles from the training site, and all meals are either provided or reimbursed. Mileage to and from the program is not covered.

ACCEPTANCE IS BY APPLICATION ONLY. Upon completion of the online registration by both team members a link to download an application will be emailed to each team member to be completed and returned to CASC. COMPLETED APPLICATIONS FROM BOTH THE PROSECUTOR AND THE LAW ENFORCMENT TEAM MEMBERS MUST BE SUBMITTED NO LATER THAN FEBRUARY 12, 2019 TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS YEARS CLASS.

For more information, contact Larry Martin at Lamar3@wm.edu or 757-253-4612.

Registration for TOP GUN XXVII 2019 is now closed.

 

Investigation and Prosecution of Intimate Partner Violence ("Guns and Roses 2019"), May 19-24, 2019, Stonewall Jackson Hotel, Staunton, VA (New Program)

CASC is offering an intensive 5-day training for 12 prosecutor/law enforcement teams on investigating and prosecuting intimate partner violence. This course will cover IPV dynamics, investigation and prosecution strategies, strangulation, prosecuting cases with uncooperative victims, forfeiture by wrongdoing and more. The program is free. Lodging for attendees whose offices are more than twenty-five miles from the training site and parking will be provided and meals will be reimbursed at state per diem rates. Mileage is NOT covered and will be the attendee's responsibility.

Space is limited to 12 teams. Teams are to be comprised of one prosecutor and one investigator from the same jurisdiction.

ACCEPTANCE IS BY APPLICATION ONLY. Upon completion of the online registration you will receive an emailed confirmation which includes a link to download the application to be completed and returned to CASC. Applications must be received from each team member no later than March 15, 2019. Acceptance notices will be issued by March 29, 2019.

For more information, contact Nancy Oglesby at noglesby@wm.edu or 757-943-9753.

Registration for 2019 Guns and Roses is now closed.

 

Trial Advocacy Program, June 23-28, 2019, Great Wolf Lodge, Williamsburg, VA

The Trial Advocacy Program is an intensive five-day program offered for Commonwealth's Attorneys and their Assistants at all levels of experience, offering approximately 25 CLE hours. Attendees spend approximately 8 hours at lectures and demonstrations given by prosecutors and physicians covering medical, legal and tactical aspects of the prosecution of child abusers, focusing on abusive head trauma cases. The remaining time is spent in small workshop groups discussing and practicing case analysis, trial strategy, opening statements, direct examination, cross examination and closing argument in the context of a hypothetical abusive head trauma case. Attendees will be assigned to workshop groups. Wednesday afternoon is free time. Classes are held at the William and Mary Law School. Lodging will be provided at the Great Wolf Lodge, Williamsburg. Attendance is limited to 40 students. All meals are provided or reimbursed. Travel to and from the training is not covered.

ACCEPTANCE IS BY APPLICATION ONLY. Upon completion of the online registration a link to download an application will be emailed to you to be completed and returned to CASC. COMPLETED APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED NO LATER THAN MARCH 29, 2019 DEADLINE EXTENDED TO FRIDAY APRIL 5 TO REGISTER AND APPLY TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS YEAR'S CLASS.

For more information, contact Larry Martin at Lamar3@wm.edu.

Registration for Trial Advocacy 2019 is now closed.

 

Annual Summer Conference, July 26-29, 2020, The Homestead, Hot Springs

This training program is held at The Homestead, Hot Springs, in conjunction with the Virginia Association of Commonwealth's Attorneys' (VACA) Annual Conference.  This single-track continuing legal education program offering up to 12.0 MCLE credits is open to all Virginia prosecutors. 

For more information, contact Elliott J. Casey at ejcasey@wm.edu or 757-585-4370.

Regisration for the Annual Summer Conference will open in the spring of 2020.

 

2019 Visual Trial:Technology in the Courtroom, August 12-15, 2019, Best Western Plus, Williamsburg (New Program)

New for 2019! CASC is offering its first ever Visual Trial program, an intensive 4-day training for prosecutors focused on using technology in the courtroom. Learn how to use technology in courtroom presentations, including iPads, PowerPoints, and customized trial presentation tools such as crime scene software. Training will include digital management of exhibits and evidence in complicated trials and features hands-on, practical exercises. The program is free and open to all skill levels of Virginia Commonwealth's Attorneys, their deputies and assistants.The training will be held at the William and Mary Law School with lodging provided at the Best Western Plus, By-Pass Rd. Williamsburg. Lodging for attendees whose offices are more than twenty-five miles from the training site and parking will be provided and meals will be reimbursed at state per diem rates. Mileage is NOT covered and will be the attendee's responsibility. 

For more information, contact Elliott J. Casey at ejcasey@wm.edu or 757-585-4370.

Registration for Visual Trial 2019 is now closed.

 

Advanced DUI Training for Law Enforcement and Prosecutors, August 13 - 16, 2019, Hyatt Place, Blacksburg

The August 2019 presentation of this extremely popular training will be conducted in Blacksburg on August 13 - 16, 2019. Topics to be covered at this intensive training include Investigative Stops, Checkpoints, Blood Testing Issues and DUI Manslaughter. The latest version of the Virginia DUI Manual will be distributed to participants. There is no charge for this 3 1/2-day long training program. Private overnight accommodations beginning Tuesday, August 13th will be provided to attendees whose offices are more than twenty-five miles from the training site, as will all breakfasts and lunches beginning August 14th. In-Service Training Credits and MCLE credits are pending.

For more information, contact Jake Lambert at jrlambert@wm.edu or 757-253-4994.

Registration for Advanced DUI Blacksburg is now closed.

 

DEFCON 101, August 21-23, 2018, Fredericksburg, Virginia

DEFCON 101: Fundamentals of Digital Evidence, Forensics, Computers & Networks

This program is designed to provide prosecutors with the basic legal and technical knowledge necessary to work with electronic communication evidence in Virginia. Students will study the basic legal and Constitutional framework for collecting digital evidence, both from the Internet and communication providers as well as from digital devices. Experienced law enforcement instructors will also teach the most fundamentals of the communications technologies available today and how to navigate the ever-changing world of digital communications to solve and prosecute criminal cases. Topics will include Cellular and Digital telephony, Mobile Apps, Social Media Investigations, Digital Forensics, and others. This program is the basic version of the DEFCON program and provides the pre-requisite knowledge to participate in DEFCON 201. 

The program is being offered in cooperation with the National Domestic Communications Assistance Center (NDCAC). The National Domestic Communications Assistance Center (NDCAC) is a National center, organized under the Department of Justice (DOJ), that provides technical knowledge management to facilitate the sharing of solutions and know-how among law enforcement agencies and strengthens law enforcement’s relationships with the communications industry. The NDCAC leverages / shares the collective technical knowledge and resources of the law enforcement community to address challenges posed by advanced communications services and technologies.

All accepted students will be required to pass a security check with the NDCAC.

The program is free.  Lodging for attendees whose offices are more than twenty-five miles from the training site and parking will be provided and meals will be reimbursed at state per diem rates. Mileage is NOT covered and will be the attendee's responsibility.
Space is limited to 40 prosecutors. Attendees must be sworn Virginia prosecutors. 

Upon completion of the online registration, attendees will be expected to provide personal identifying information to CASC by telephone on request. 

For more information, contact Elliott J. Casey at 757-585-4370 or ejcasey@wm.edu

Registration for DEFCON 101 is closed.

 

Investigation and Prosecution of Gang Cases ("Gang Busters VII"), September 8 -13, 2019, Great Wolf Lodge, Williamsburg, VA

Gang Busters is an intensive, workshop-style, interactive training course on the prosecution of gang cases, similar to TOP GUN one of CASC's longest running programs. Attendance is limited to 20 teams, each of which consists of a prosecutor and a law enforcement investigator from a given jurisdiction. This program covers the latest developments in the law, the criminal practices used, an exercise in qualifying as a gang expert and the latest developments in gang investigation and prosecution. The training will be held at the Great Wolf Lodge - Williamsburg. This is a five day program. There is no tuition: housing, private rooms, for attendees whose offices are more than twenty-five miles from the training site and all meals are provided or reimbursed. Mileage to and from the training is not covered.

ACCEPTANCE IS BY APPLICATION ONLY. Upon completion of the online registration by both team members a link to download an application will be emailed to each team member to be completed and returned to CASC. COMPLETED REGISTRATIONS AND APPLICATIONS FROM BOTH THE PROSECUTOR AND THE LAW ENFORCMENT TEAM MEMBER MUST BE SUBMITTED TO CASC NO LATER THAN APRIL 19, 2019 DEADLINE EXTENDED TO THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 2019 TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS YEARS CLASS.

For more information, contact Larry Martin at Lamar3@wm.edu or 757-253-4612.

Registration for Gang Busters 2019 is now closed.

 

DEFCON 201: Advanced Digital Evidence, Forensics, Computers & Networks, Fredericksburg, Virginia

This program is designed for two-person law enforcement-prosecutor teams experienced in and regularly engaged in collecting and presenting digital evidence. Building on their pre-existing basic knowledge, students will study the legal and Constitutional framework for collecting digital evidence, both from the internet and communication providers as well as from digital devices. Experienced law enforcement instructors will also teach the most advanced technologies available and how to navigate the ever-changing world of digital communications to solve and prosecute criminal cases. Topics will include Wifi technology, Wifi Calling, Social Media Investigations, Advanced Digital Forensics, Writing Effective Digital Search Warrants, and others. This program is the advanced version of the DEFCON program and requires that the prosecutor either first complete DEFCON 101 or obtain CASC approval. 

The program is being offered in cooperation with the National Domestic Communications Assistance Center (NDCAC). The National Domestic Communications Assistance Center (NDCAC) is a National center, organized under the Department of Justice (DOJ), that provides technical knowledge management to facilitate the sharing of solutions and know-how among law enforcement agencies and strengthens law enforcement’s relationships with the communications industry. The NDCAC leverages / shares the collective technical knowledge and resources of the law enforcement community to address challenges posed by advanced communications services and technologies.

All accepted students will be required to pass a security check with the NDCAC.

The program is free. Lodging for attendees whose offices are more than twenty-five miles from the training site and parking will be provided and meals will be reimbursed at state per diem rates. Mileage is NOT covered and will be the attendee's responsibility.
Space is limited to 20 prosecutor/law enforcement pairs. Attendees must be sworn Virginia prosecutors or law enforcement officers. 

Upon completion of the online registration, attendees will be expected to provide personal identifying information to CASC by telephone on request. 

For more information, contact Elliott J. Casey at 757-585-4370 or ejcasey@wm.edu

DEFCON 101 and 201 will be offered in alternating years. DEFCON 201 will be offered again in 2020.

 

Trauma to Trial: Investigating and Prosecuting Adult Non-stranger Sexual Assaults: September 30 - October 4, 2019, Stonewall Jackson Hotel, Staunton, VA

CASC again is offering an intensive 5-day training for 15 prosecutor/law enforcement teams on the topic of investigating and prosecuting adult non-stranger sexual assaults.   Learn how to keep your victim on board through trial.  Learn how to get the evidence you need to overcome the consent defense.  Find out the real truth about false reports.    The program is free.  Lodging for attendees whose offices are more than twenty-five miles from the training site and parking will be provided and meals will be reimbursed at state per diem rates. Mileage is NOT covered and will be the attendee's responsibility.

Space is limited to 15 teams. Teams are to be comprised of one prosecutor and one investigator from the same jurisdiction. Since there have been substantial changes to the content of this course, anyone who attended  prior to 2013 may re-apply if they wish to attend again.  

ACCEPTANCE IS BY APPLICATION ONLY. Upon completion of the online registration a link to download an application will be emailed to both team members to be completed and returned to CASC, NO LATER THAN MAY 31, 2019 to be considered for acceptance into this training. For more information, contact Nancy Oglesby at 757-943-9753 or noglesby@wm.edu

Registration for Trauma to Trial 2019 is now closed.

 

Investigation and Prosecution of Child Abuse (Sound of Silence 2019), October 13-18, 2019, Stonewall Jackson Hotel, Staunton, VA (New Program)

CASC is offering an intensive 5-day training for 10 prosecutor/law enforcement/cps teams on investigating and prosecuting child abuse. This course will cover child disclosure issues, investigation and prosecution strategies, working as an MDT, identifying abusive injuries, vicarious trauma and more. The program is free. Lodging for attendees whose offices are more than twenty-five miles from the training site and parking will be provided, and meals will be reimbursed at state per diem rates. Mileage is NOT covered and will be the attendee's responsibility. 
Space is limited to 10 teams. Teams are to be comprised of one prosecutor, one investigator and one child protective services worker from the same jurisdiction. 

ACCEPTANCE IS BY APPLICATION ONLY. Upon completion of the online registration you will receive an emailed confirmation which includes a link to download the application to be completed and returned to CASC. Applications must be received from each team member no later than June 7, 2019. Acceptance notices will be issued by June 28, 2019.

For more information, contact Nancy Oglesby at noglesby@wm.edu or 757-943-9753.

Registration for Sound of Silence 2019 is now closed.

 

Virginia Criminal Procedure 101, October 16, 2019, Holiday Inn Lynchburg, Lynchburg, Virginia

The Commonwealth’s Attorneys’ Services Council is offering a one-day Virginia Criminal Procedure course. This course is designed for new Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorneys but it also will serve as a refresher course for veteran prosecutors. Topics will include: Virginia Court System, Search Warrants & Warrantless Searches, Electronic Interceptions, Confessions, Arrest, Bail, Double Jeopardy, Speedy Trial, Discovery & Exculpatory Evidence, Forfeitures and Other Provisions of Title 19.2 of the Code of Virginia.

Lodging is available for the night prior to the training at the Holiday Inn Lynchburg for those traveling more than 25 miles.
This program is free for Virginia prosecutors. Lodging for traveling students will be provided on the night of the 15th. Breakfast and lunch will be provided on the 16th. Mileage will not be covered.

For more information, contact Jake Lambert at 757-253-4994 or jrlambert@wm.edu

Click here to register for Virginia Criminal Procedure

 

Red Flag 2019: Ring of Fire - Arson Prosecutions, October 21-25, 2019, Williamsburg

NEW FOR 2019! CASC’s first-ever Arson Investigation & Prosecution program is focused on all aspects of Arson cases, including forensics, expert testimony, and legal aspects, and is focused on Arson as a tool of fraud. This program combines prosecutors, Virginia State Police/BCI investigators and insurance company fraud investigators for a week of team training including ATF arson specialists and a “live burn” where students will witness and then examine a crime scene. Unlike some other CASC programs, prosecutors do not need to recruit teammates in order to register to attend. Lodging (for those whose offices are more than twenty-five miles from the venue) & meals are included, but mileage is not. The program begins at noon on Monday, October 21, and ends at noon on Friday, October 25, 2019. Virginia State Police investigators and Insurance Company Investigators should register using the link below as soon as registration opens and you have been advised by your Supervisor that you have been selected to attend.

This program is a new program; previous attendees of “Red Flag” are welcome to attend, as this year’s program will be almost completely new. 

For more information, contact Elliott Casey at ejcasey@wm.edu or 757-585-4370.

Click here to register for 2019 Red Flag

 

Prosecuting Homicide Cases: How to Prepare a Successful Homicide Case, November 11-14, 2019, Hyatt Place/University(Blacksburg)

A four day training program for approximately 38 prosecutors on trial preparation skills to include Ethics: Discovery, Exculpatory Evidence and Media Relations. The training will cover all aspects of preparing and trying a successful homicide case from voir dire to closing argument. Emphasis will be on the visual trial presentation, electronic evidence gathering and presentation, preparation of expert witnesses and forensics as well as meeting common defenses including alibi, NGRI, misidentifications, causation of death and self-defense. Anyone attending this training who wishes to remain for the Capital Cases training needs to complete an additional registration using the Register for Capital Cases link below.
Lodging at the Hyatt Place Blacksburg/University(for attendees whose offices are more than twenty-five miles from the venue) and all meals, will be provided or reimbursed but mileage to and from the program will not covered.

For more information, contact Elliott J. Casey at ejcasey@wm.edu or 757-585-4370.

Click here to register for Prosecuting Homicide Cases

 

Prosecuting Capital Cases: The Unique Issues Presented in Trying a Capital Case, November 14-15, 2019, Hyatt Place/University(Blacksburg)

A day and a half training program for prosecutors on Capital Cases trial preparation skills to include: Charging Decisions, Motions Practice, Jury Selection, Mental Health Issues and the Penalty Phase of Capital Cases.
Lodging at the Hyatt Place Blacksburg/University for the night following the first half-day of the training (for attendees whose offices are more than twenty-five miles from the venue) and all meals will be provided or reimbursed, but mileage to and from the program will not covered.

Registration is open to all Virginia Commonwealth's Attorneys and their Assistants. Attendance at the Prosecuting Homicide Cases program earlier in the week, is not a prerequisite for registering for this Capital Cases training but the Capital Case program does require a separate registration for anyone wishing to attend both programs.

For more information, contact Elliott J. Casey at ejcasey@wm.edu or 757-585-4370.

Click here to register for Prosecuting Capital Cases

 

Executive Program: December 4 - 6, 2019, Stonewall Jackson Hotel, Staunton, VA

The Executive Program is a training seminar devoted to management issues, with attendance restricted to the 120 elected Commonwealth's Attorneys and their chief deputies. The program addresses leadership skills, office management, case management, employment practices and personnel issues, police relations, press and public relations and other topics important to prosecutors in leadership positions. The VACA annual meeting will be held at the conclusion of the program.

For more information, contact Elliott J. Casey at ejcasey@wm.edu or 757-585-4370.

Click here to register for the 2019 Executive Program

 

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For more information on these trainings, click on the Training Programs button on the left side of this page.

Programs
Training Date
Prosecutor Bootcamp (Staunton) February 10 - 15, 2019
Advanced DUI (Williamsburg) February 26 - March 1, 2019
I.M.P.A.C.T. Training for J&DR Prosecutors (Virginia Center Crossings, Glen Allen, VA) March 3-6, 2019
Asset Forfeiture: Law and Procedure (Virginia Beach) March 7, 2019
Spring Institute (Norfolk Marriott Waterside-235 E. Main St.) April 5-8, 2020
DUID Newport News April 18, 2019
DUID Winchester May 9, 2019
Rolling Stoned: DRE for Prosecutors (Staunton)** May 15-16, 2019
TOP GUN XXVII (Drug Prosecutions) (Williamsburg) FULL May 19-24, 2019
Guns and Roses 2019 (Intimate Partner Violence) (Staunton) FULL May 19-24, 2019
DUID Richmond** June 5, 2019
Trial Advocacy (Williamsburg) June 23-28, 2019
DUID Roanoke** June 27, 2019
Annual Summer Conference (Virginia Beach) August 1-4, 2019
2019 Visual Trial (Williamsburg)** August 12-15, 2019
Advanced DUI (Blacksburg) August 13-16, 2019
DEFCON 101: Digital Evidence, Forensics, Computers etc. (Fredericksburg) August 21-23, 2018
Gang Busters VI (Gang Prosecutions) (Williamsburg) FULL September 8-13,2019
DUID Nokesville** September 4, 2019
DUID Charlottesville** September 18, 2019
Trauma to Trial (Stonewall Jackson Hotel, Staunton)** September 30-October 4, 2019
Sound of Silence 2019 (Child Abuse) (Staunton)** October 13-18, 2019
Virginia Criminal Procedure 101 (Lynchburg) October 16, 2019
Red Flag: Ring of Fire (Arson)(Williamsburg) October 21-25, 2019
Prosecuting Homicide Cases (Blacksburg) November 11-14, 2019
Prosecuting Capital Cases (Blacksburg) November 14-15, 2019
Executive Program (Stonewall Jackson Hotel, Staunton) December 4-6, 2019

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