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About the course
No area of law has been changing faster than the law of arrest, search, and investigation. Over the past few years, the United States Supreme Court has issued important opinions on drug dogs, traffic stops, and digital evidence. Meanwhile, the news media and the public have begun to focus more closely on the role that race plays in interactions between law enforcement and the public. And new cases and statutory amendments have further complicated traditionally difficult areas like checkpoints and probation searches. This two-day course will cover all these topics and more. Speakers will include School of Government faculty members, law professors from several highly-regarded schools, and superior court judges.
Topics - Courts and Judicial Administration
- Criminal Law and Procedure
- Arrest, Search and Investigation
Who should attend
- Public Officials - Courts and Judicial Administration Roles
- Superior Court Judges
- Resident and Special
- Senior Residents
Trust the experts
Jeff Welty joined the School of Government in 2008 and works in the area of criminal law and procedure. His research interests include search and seizure, digital evidence, criminal pleadings, capital punishment, and firearms law. He serves as the director of the North Carolina Judicial College, ...