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2001 Winter Session Written Materials (Kauai,HI)

2001 Winter Session Written Materials (Kauai,HI)

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  • J. Gary Trichter – How to Rope Jurors into Your Corral: Tricks from the Ole Trickster
  • Edward L. Fiandach – Wake up and Smell the Kona: What it Costs if You Don't Hire the Best
  • Victor J. Pellegrino – Prosecutors Have Ethics But Don't Know It: Here's What to Teach Them
  • George Bianchi – How to Make the Prosecutor Sing in your Choir: Motions, Motion and More Motions
  • John T. Kirk – The Venue Flytrap: Snagging the Jury Before the Vote
  • Victor W. Carmody – Victoria Has Her Secrets, Victor Has His Toys!
  • J. J. Paul III – Homan and The ABCs of FST
  • Phillip B. Price, Sr. – How to Get Into The Game: Shooting Hoops for the FST Hula Bowl
  • Steven Oberman, Robert Chestney & Lawrence Taylor – Hula College FST Review Board Panel Response
  • Flem K. Whited, III – 15 Most Important Weird, Funny, Best and Worst DUI Cases
  • Charles Sifers – So You Want To Be A State Certified Breath Test Operator an

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