Recorded Program

2019 Establishing Innocence or Guilt: The Reliability of Convictions

Recorded Program in Webinar

If you missed our live program, Establishing Innocence or Guilt: The Reliability of Convictions (February 26-28, 2019) you still have a chance to "attend". Our speakers’ presentations were recorded and will be available to view online for the month of June!  Register by May 24th to ensure you receive the access details by June 1st. Registration closes Friday, May 31, 2019 (no registrations will be accepted after this date).

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Credits: MCLE Credit will be available

Registration Overview / Instructions

This program is funded by a grant from the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals. Thanks to this grant, these video recordings can be offered tuition-free to most registrants.  Register by May 24th to ensure you receive access details by June 1st. Registration closes Friday, May 31, 2019.  Late registrations will not be accepted.

You must register to access these recordings and related materials. Registrants will receive access details via email and will need a device that is Wi-Fi enabled (and equipped with a PDF reader) to access the materials.

Details regarding CLE and TCOLE will be posted once available. Credit will only be available for those who did not attend the live program.

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*Tuition will be used to cover future expenses of CAIL’s Actual Innocence grant programs or to provide for items that the grant cannot sufficiently cover.

Cancellation Policy

Written notice must be received 5 business days prior to the webinar’s start date. (Email: mkramer@cailaw.org). After this date, no refunds will be permitted. Questions? Call 972.244.3415. You must register to access these recordings and the related materials.

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