The Tribal Trial Advocacy Skills Training will focus on trial skills needed to effectively prosecute criminal cases. Specifically, this training will focus on special trial skills needed to properly prosecute illegal narcotics cases and associated violent crime acts.
The goal is to provide an opportunity for Tribal Prosecutors to work in small groups with instructors in a simulated court room environment to sharpen their skills by “learn-by-doing” with hands on feedback from the training staff.
The training will take place on May 7th - 9th, 2019.
The location will be at the Big Horn Resort in Billings, Montana.
(Hotel Rooms will be covered by the Montana Department of Justice)
This training demands quite a bit from each participant, and is an intensive education, which not only provides the participants with a greater degree of confidence but exposes the participants to best practices for introduction of evidence, creating a trial record which can withstand a habeas appeal, among other things. The end result is to improve the effective prosecution of cases involving illegal narcotics (opioids) and violent crime and enhance tribal justice systems.
Funding Provided by DOI/BIA/OJS/Tribal Justice Support
Please register below for the Tribal Trial Advocacy Skills Training
Directions To Training
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