10-15 minutesPortland Train Attack Overview
30-35 minutesOpen Discussion
5-10 minutesWrap Up and Next Brown Bag
[Brown Bag Discussion] Capital Case Litigation – Hate Crimes/Mass Violence
Join us for an hourlong open discussion on hate crimes and mass violence-related capital eligible and complex homicide cases.
08/17/2022 - 08/17/2022 3pm ET
Join us for an hourlong virtual discussion session on August 17, 2022 at 3pm ET on the topic of Hate Crimes and Mass Violence. Discussion will include a brief overview of the Portland Train Attack case, presented by moderator Jeff Howes, First Assistant of the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office. A group discussion about hate crimes and high profile cases will follow. Participants are encouraged to bring their own issues, cases, and questions to the discussion.
The goal of the CCLI Brown Bag sessions is to bring together capital case and complex homicide prosecutors to discuss a variety of emerging issues and topics; to workshop ideas together and arrive at solutions; and to connect individuals to resources and a larger network of prosecutors.
This is a virtual event. Session is open only to capital case and complex homicide prosecutors and will not be recorded or disseminated in any way, nor will any comments or discussions be attributed, to encourage an open discussion. Registrants may be asked to provide further information to verify their employment ahead of the call.
PLEASE NOTE: attendance will be capped at 20 registrants.
This event is made possible by Grant No. 2018-CP-BX-K002 awarded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance. Points of view or opinions expressed during this event are those of the presenter(s) and attendee(s) and do not represent the official position or policies of the United States Department of Justice.
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