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Litigation
Eyewitness Unintentional False Testimony 1.5 Virginia General Credits

An increasing number of states are adopting or broadening jury instructions to set forth scientifically-accepted factors relating to eyewitness recall and testimony. In this March 1, 2021, 1.5-hour program, Florina Altshiler, Esquire, a partner in the law firm of Russo & Gould LLP with offices in Buffalo, New York and New York City, provides practical techniques to address issues with eyewitness unintentional false testimony.

Ms. Altshiler identifies the many variables that contribute to post-event memory contamination. Memory and perception are complex and occur in stages. At each stage a variety of factors may affect and alter a witness's memory of events. These effects can happen without the witness even being aware of it. It is important to clearly identify these variables during discovery and at trial.

Ms. Altshiler has many years of experience in this topic and in jury selection, as both the lead attorney in many civil trials and as an Assistant District Attorney in criminal trials.

Major topics include:
Issues with Memory and Examples
Memory Is Complex
United States v. Wade
New Jersey v. Henderson
Factors For Jury Instructions and State Examples
Misidentification of Ronald Cotton
Influences On Memory
Focus Affects Perception
Line-Ups
Practical Questions To Prevent False Testimony

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AK 1.5 General Credits
AZ 1.5 General Credits
CA 1.5 General Credits
CO 2 General Credits, Course ID #797344, Expires 2023-12-31
CT 1.5 General Credits
DE 1.5 General Credits, Expires 2023-02-28
FL 2 General Credits, Course #2102242N, Expires 2022-10-31
GA 1.5 General Credits, Expires 2021-12-31
IL 1.5 General Credits, PCAM Course ID #460461
IN 1.5 General Credits, Expires 2022-04-14
KY 1.5 General Credits, Expires 2022-06-30
MO 1.8 General Credits
NV 1.5 General Credits, Course ID #66801, Expires 2024-12-31
NJ 1.8 General Credits
NM 1.5 General Credits, Recorded 3/1/21
NY 1.5 Skills Credits for "Experienced Attorneys" ONLY (attorneys seeking NY credit must ALWAYS place their orders from the New York page)
NC 1.5 General Credits, Expires 2021-12-31
OH 1.5 General Credits, Expires 2021-12-31
PA 1.5 General Credits
TN 1.50 General Credits, Expires 2022-03-22
TX 1.5 General Credits, Expires 2022-03-31
UT 1.5 General Credits, Expires 2021-12-31
VA 1.5 General Credits, Expires 2022-10-31
VT 1.5 General Credits, Expires 2023-02-28
WA 1.5 Law & Legal Procedure Credits, Activity ID #1162507
WV 1.8 General Credits
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