Cutting Edge Issues in Evidence & Discovery (Pasco)
Mar 24, 2017
from 08:30 AM to 05:00 PM
|Where||Holiday Inn Express, 4525 Convention Place, Pasco|
Attendance at WACDL seminars is limited to WACDL members and those eligible for WACDL membership. Lawyers, law students, and non-lawyers are eligible for WACDL membership if they are not now engaged full or part-time in the prosecution or law enforcement investigation of criminal cases, and if they are not engaged in a full-time judicial function.
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|8:30 - 9:00||Registration|
|9:00 - 10:00||Cutting Edge Electronic Forensics. Randall Karstetter|
|10:00 - 10:45
||Case Law Update. Robin Emmans|
|10:45 - 11:00||Break|
Introduction to the FBI's Advanced Computer Surveillance Techniques and the “Dark Web.” Colin Fieman
|12:00 -1:15||Lunch (on your own)|
|1:15 - 2:00
||When the State Destroys Evidence. Peter Mazzone|
|2:00 - 2:45||Decommissioning Their Experts: Evaluating the experts and their evidence. Jennifer Horwitz|
|2:45 - 3:00||Break|
|3:00 - 4:00||Using Technology to Present Your Evidence. Alison Guernsey|
|4:00 - 5:00||
Ethics. Amanda Lee
Application has been made for 6.25 hours of Washington MCLE credit. The credit allocation (ethics, law & legal, or other credit) will be updated here as soon as the WSBA approves the course.
Robin Emmans is dedicated exclusively to the practice of criminal defense. Starting with Adam Moore in January of 2007, she has aggressively pursued the rights of the accused from municipal to federal courts throughout central Washington. With Adam’s retirement, she now practices with Ulvar Klein at 2nd Street Law PLLC. She is a graduate of the University of Maine School of Law.
Colin Fieman is a 1990 graduate of Columbia Law School and has been an Asst. Federal Public Defender in Tacoma since 2002. He has also worked as a prosecutor with the New York County (Manhattan) District Attorney’s Office; as a staff attorney with the New York City Commission on Police Corruption; and as Public Defender in the Federated States of Micronesia.
Alison Guernsey is the Supervising Attorney at the Federal Defenders of Eastern Washington and Idaho, where she has worked since September of 2010. Prior to that, she served as a law clerk for the Honorable Karen Nelson Moore, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, and for the Honorable Michael J. Melloy, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. She received her J.D. in 2008 from the University of Iowa College of Law.
Jennifer Horwitz began her career as a criminal defense attorney working at a small firm in Seattle. Wanting to hone her trial skills, she left private practice to handle a criminal caseload at The Defender Association. In her six years there, she handled hundreds of misdemeanor, juvenile and adult felony cases. She went into private practice in 2001, initially focusing on state misdemeanor and felony cases. She has since expanded her practice to include federal criminal offenses. She is a graduate of Harvard Law School and the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.
Randall Karstetter has, since 1991, been president and CEO of Computronics, a computer repair, networking, data recovery, computer security and forensic data analysis service company which in 2016 has been renamed to Data Forensics Lab devoted solely to data forensics. Since first testifying as a criminal defense expert in 2002, he has been engaged in over 300 state and federal cases testifying 34 times in cases ranging from misdemeanors to capital murder. He has served as president of Computer Technology Investigators Network (CTIN.org), an international non-profit organization of computer experts, from 2009-2016 and is currently a board and lifetime member. This will be Randall’s fourth WACDL CLE presentation.
Amanda Lee established her own law office in 2010, after working at Schroeter Goldmark & Bender since 1996. Amanda represents individuals and corporations in white collar criminal cases, and also handles serious violent felonies. She has been a member of the Governor’s Clemency and Pardons Board since 2007, is a past president of WACDL, and has served on the Washington Pattern Instruction Committee since 2004. She has served a total of four years on the WSBA Rules of Professional Conduct Committee, three years on the WSBA Disciplinary Board (2004-07), and is a contributing editor for the WSBA Legal Ethics Deskbook. She is a past president of WACDL and a former member of our Ethics Hotline.
Peter Mazzone has been practicing law since 1995, focusing primarily on criminal defense. Following law school, he became a staff attorney at the Snohomish County Public Defenders Association where he practiced for five years before co-founding the law firm of Phillips and Mazzone, Lawyers in 2001. Since then the firm has evolved to the Mazzone Law Firm, PLLC. During this period, Peter Mazzone has become a distinguished criminal defense lawyer. He has lectured on various topics of criminal defense strategies to other practicing attorneys and has earned a reputation of being a well-respected and highly skilled trial lawyer in state and federal court.