NCDD Sessions and Seminars

Upcoming Sessions and Seminars

NCDD Seminars and Sessions

27th Annual Mastering Scientific Evidence

Mar 25, 2021 - Mar 26, 2021

The 27th Annual MSE seminar features nationally renowned experts and lawyers with more than three centuries of combined scientific and practical experience. The science and trial tactics are not only taught in lecture format; the concepts from the lectures are...

NCDD Seminars and Sessions

2021 Summer Session: DUI Talks: Defense Ideas Worth Spreading

Jul 15, 2021 - Jul 16, 2021

The National College for DUI Defense presents its 2021 Summer Session: DUI Talks: Defense Ideas Worth Spreading. This virtual seminar is the “super spreader” of DUI defense ideas featuring 22 nationally renowned speakers presenting on a wide array of DUI...

NCDD Seminars and Sessions



Serious Science for Serious Lawyers 2021

Sep 24, 2021 - Sep 29, 2021

Please call the NCDD Office to get on the waiting list. Advanced Training in Blood Drug Analysis and Trial Advocacy Arlington, TX Andrew Mishlove, Course Director The Serious Science Blood Drug Analysis course is designed to combine hard science and trial advocacy. There is...


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I Still Stand With You


By Jonathan Dichter Continuing to Remember What Our Clients Really Need Some years ago, I wrote an article for a Washington State Defense Journal entitled "I Will Stand With You." I have received amazing feedback from it including a local public defense agency making it part of their required reading for new hires. Our world has changed since then - drastically as of...

New York Times Investigation: Breathalyzers are Unreliable Machines and Should Not be Trusted


By Kevin Bennett Breathalyzer devices can be found in every police station in the country. Law enforcement use them as indisputable proof of a driver's blood alcohol level, incorporati0ng them into evidence when prosecuting suspected drunk drivers. However, there is a growing body of evidence to suggest breathalyzers are not a reliable tool when it comes to measuring how intoxicated a...

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