When a defendant violates the terms and conditions of their probation and fails to appear at their probation violation arraignment or hearing, does your court automatically revoke any deferred judgement? This short presentation covers why a defendant has the right to a hearing before their deferred judgement is revoked. This video is intended for judges, court administrators, and probation officers.
In this recording of the MIDC and SCAO January 26, 2017 informational meeting, the Michigan Indigent Defense Commission (MIDC) reviews current Michigan Indigent Defense Delivery Systems and the implementation process for MIDC’s First Four Standards.
Watch this presentation on the best practices to successfully appoint a foreign language interpreter in a courtroom proceedings. Judges, court administrators and staff can learn about the certified, qualified, non-qualified and employee foreign language interpreters and when to appoint which type.
This video presentation will help you recognize common indicators and high risk factors for human trafficking. Learn about the Trafficking Victims Protection Act, Michigan human trafficking law, legal remedies for victims of human trafficking, as well as state and national trends.
This presentation was funded by the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards.
Materials for a half-day seminar on conducting a town hall meeting to address the opiate epidemic in the local community.
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This recording is Part 1 of an one-day training to review state and local emergency management systems, emerging public health threats, and applicable laws. The central focus is on the role of the courts in the event of an outbreak of a special pathogen.
This recording is Part 2 of an one-day training to review state and local emergency management systems, emerging public health threats, and applicable laws. The central focus is on the role of the courts in the event of an outbreak of a special pathogen.
Creating a new problem-solving court? Unsure if it should be regional or standalone? In this webinar, you will learn about the differences between regional and standalone problem-solving court programs and how to determine which way your program should go.
MiFILE, E-filing, EDMS, CMS.…you might hear these terms and acronyms, but have no idea what they are or how they work together. This presentation will define these terms and give you the context you need to understand future communications about electronic filing.
This is a recording of the Problem-Solving Court Certification Process Training on April 3, 2018. Topics include certification of problem-solving courts under statute; the types of programs that have an upcoming certification site visit; provisional certification and cycles; how to achieve certification; the certification process before, during, and after the site visit; and a click-by-click tutorial on completing a certification application in WebGrants.