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2019 Winter Session Written Materials (Los Angeles, CA)

2019 Winter Session Written Materials (Los Angeles, CA)

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To LIVE and DRE in LA

  • Pulp Fiction: The DRE Overview-Anthony D. Palacios & Ron Lloyd
  • Up in Smoke: Cannabis & Cars-George L. Bianchi
  • The Perfect Storm: Drug Combinations-Dr. Fran Gengo
  • Parts Unknown: The Questions the DRE Does Not Want You to Ask Them-Dr. Lance A. Platt, Ph.D.
  • Twelve Angry Men: Voir Dire in a DRE Case-Doug Murphy
  • Silver Linings Playbook: Openings in a DRE Case-Kimberly J. Benjamin
  • Man on Fire: Cross Examination of a DRE-Felipe Plascencia
  • LA Confidential: The Ethics of Representing Those Suffering From Addiction-Virginia L. Landry
  • Back to School: DRE Studies and Your Virtual Forensic Library-Bell T. Island
  • The Last Picture Show: Closing Arguments in a DRE Case-Donald J. Bartell
  • To Live and Die in LA: Live DRE Examinations-Anthony D. Palacios, Ron Lloyd & Dr. Lance A. Platt, Ph.D.
  • The Last Samurai: Closing Argument Demonstration-Donald J. Bartell

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