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2021 Bernard Edelman DWI Law & Science Virtual Seminar Video Recording & Course Materials | Self-Study


These video recordings & course materials from the 2020 Bernard Edelman DWI Law & Science Seminar include quality CLE programing delivered by our knowledgeable faculty of attorneys and industry experts. Click on the Schedule tab to review the session topics that were presented and included in this self-study product.

Note: This material qualifies for self-study credit only. Pursuant to Regulation 15.04.5, a lawyer may receive up to six hours of self-study credit in a reporting year. Self-study programs do not qualify for GAL Certification, ethics, elimination of bias or Kansas credit.

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David Ball's Profile

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Malekpour & Ball Consulting

David Ball who wrote trial advocacy’s best-selling strategy bookDavid Ball on Damagesand is a litigation researcher and strategist with North Carolina’s Malekpour & Ball Consulting (JuryWatch, Inc.). He is widely acknowledged as the nation's most influential jury consultant, communications expert, and advocacy teacher. His training is in science, engineering, and small-group communications, and he is a 30-year veteran of the professional theater.

Dr. Ball and his partner, NC lawyer/consultant Artemis Malekpour, consult on civil and criminal cases across the country. They’re routinely credited with turning the most difficult cases into significant victories. They are the nation’s only trial consultants qualified to safely and comprehensively guide attorneys with Reptilian, David Ball on Damages, and David Ball on Criminal Defense methods and strategy. Their hundreds of brainstorming sessions – “WorkDays” – have become the gold standard for case-strategy development.

In addition to David Ball on Damages, Dr. Ball’s other landmark advocacy books include Theater Tips & Strategies for Jury Trials, Reptile  (with Don Keenan), Theater for Trial (with Joshua Karton), Reptile in the MIST, and David Ball on Criminal Defense.

Dr. Ball has taught law students at North Carolina, Wake Forest, Pittsburgh, Minnesota, Roger Williams, Loyola, and Campbell schools of law, at Duke Law as Senior Lecturer. He’s helped train public defenders around the country. He's an award-winning teacher for the North Carolina Advocates for Justice, and he has long been among the nation's most in-demand CLE speakers. His favorite job was taxi driver in the 1970s in Stamford, CT. David particularly appreciates good criminal defense attorneys because his Daddy was a Catskill Mountains bootlegger during Prohibition.

Dr. Ball is also a pioneer in adapting film and theater methods into trial techniques. His theater/film students have won Oscars, Obies, Tonies, and Emmies; his own plays have been staged at professional theaters off-Broadway, throughout North America, and overseas; and he’s directed more than a hundred shows. He helped to lead Minneapolis’s famed Guthrie Theater, as well as Carnegie-Mellon University’s theater conservatory and, as Chair, Duke University’s Drama Department. His best-selling film and theater training book, Backwards and Forwards, has been the field’s standard every year since 1984, and is now used by trail lawyers as well. His crossover books, Theater Tips and Strategies for Jury Trials along with the new Theater for Trial, are the standards for the use of film and theater techniques in litigation.

Dr. Ball also wrote the cult classic film Hard Rock Zombies, though he made up for it by writing Swamp Outlaw, a novel about Civil War Era Lumbee hero Henry Berry Lowery, recently optioned for a motion picture.


Diane Bellquist's Profile

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Joseph, Hollander & Craft, LLC

With over 10 years’ experience working for regulatory agencies of the State of Kansas, Ms. Bellquist now utilizes her government experience to defend licensed individuals and entities before their respective regulatory boards. Her practice includes appealing application denials, responding in investigations of complaints, negotiating settlement agreements, defending against allegations in formal disciplinary proceedings, and petitioning for judicial review of agency actions.

Ms. Bellquist has a thorough understanding of the Kansas Administrative Procedures Act and the Kansas Judicial Review Act. Having the experience as an insider in these governmental agencies, she has the unique practical advantage of having already-established relationships with agency personnel, as well as an understanding of the unwritten protocols and practices.

Ms. Bellquist has significant legal knowledge of the healthcare industry, having served as Assistant General Counsel for the Kansas Board of Healing Arts and focusing on healthcare in private practice. She has defended a multitude of physicians, chiropractors, and physician assistants in actions involving their licensure. Similarly, she regularly defends nurses before the Kansas State Board of Nursing and defends other healthcare providers before their respective administrative agencies.

Having served as General Counsel to the Office of the State Bank Commissioner, Ms. Bellquist worked closely with federal regulators who had overlapping regulatory authority, such as the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and the Federal Reserve Bank. Bringing that depth of experience to her private practice, she now offers consulting and defense services to regulated entities in the financial industry, including banks, trust companies, money transmitters, payday lenders, mortgage companies, and debt management companies.

Additionally, Ms. Bellquist’s regulatory defense practice includes defending attorneys responding to bar complaints, investigations, and disciplinary proceedings involving alleged violations of the Kansas Rules of Professional Conduct.

Kimberly Benjamin's Profile

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Benjamin Law Firm

Kim Benjamin is the founder of the Missouri DWI & Criminal Law Center at Benjamin Law Firm in Kansas City and Belton, MO. She coaches, consults and co-counsels regularly for other lawyers in criminal and civil trials. She teaches for Trial Lawyers College & National College of DUI Defense.


Tory Bernsen's Profile

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Muhlenkamp & Bernsen

Tory Bernsen is a partner at Muhlenkamp & Bernsen and focuses her practice on criminal defense and appellate advocacy. Ms. Bernsen is a Criminal Justice Act Panel Attorney for the United States District Court in the Eastern District of Missouri and the defense attorney for the DWI Court Program in St. Louis County. She sits on the Board of Directors for the Missouri Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (MACDL).  

Ms. Bernsen received the Atticus Finch Award from MACDL in 2019 and is a staunch advocate for appellate review on the merits and effective representation of criminal defendants. Ms. Bernsen is a member of the National College for DUI Defense and, while serving as Special Assistant Attorney General and Legal Counsel to the Director of Revenue, she completed the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) course in the administration of standardized field sobriety testing.  

Kylar Broadus's Profile

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Kylar W. Broadus, Attorney at Law

Kylar W. Broadus is a Black trans man that has been a pioneer in the movement as an attorney, long-time activist, public speaker, author and professor. Broadus is known worldwide for his avant-garde work in the LGBT and Trans movements.

Broadus has enjoyed a prolific career as an activist, writer, lawyer, professor and public speaker. He’s worked as Operations Officer at Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund. He was Director of the Transgender Civil Rights Project and Senior Counsel at the National LGBTQ Task Force. As an attorney, Broadus practiced with a focus on LGBTQ law, particularly transgender rights but has represented all types of clients. This was at a time when other lawyers would not take any of these cases. He received referrals from the National Center for Lesbian Rights, Transgender Law Center, Lambda Legal and the ACLU. He was as a full professorship at Lincoln, a historically black college and university in Missouri. 

He has done trainings for just about every profession. Broadus continues to impact work on the local, state and national level including his work on the Equality Act which Speaker Nancy Pelosi plans to introduce in the 116th Congress. He’s also working on the military trans ban implemented by the current administration with partners from GLAD and the National Center for Lesbian Rights. 

This list encompasses some of Mr. Broadus’ accomplishments. You can find out more information at or email us at In addition to activism and law practice, teaching at a historically black college and university for almost two decades helped shape the world in yet another way for me with the proud heritage of inspiring so many students just to be themselves, and many to become lawyers and legislators is one of Broadus’ greatest legacy.

Anne Chambers's Profile

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Lawyers' Assistance Director

The Missouri Bar

Anne Chambers is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Director of the Missouri Lawyers’ Assistance Program. Anne speaks about conquering procrastination, burnout and compassion fatigue, work-life balance and substance and mental health concerns in the legal profession. She lives in Columbia with her family, cat and backyard chickens.

Nimrod Chapel's Profile

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The Chapel Law Group, LLC

Nimrod “Rod” Chapel, Jr., is a Missouri trial lawyer and former Commissioner of the Administrative Hearing Commission who has dedicated his professional and private life to helping people stand up for their rights.

Rod founded The Chapel Law Group, LLC, to create a vehicle for the protection of workers and their families through not only the court system, but also administrative and legislative avenues and venues.  Chapel’s advocacy has protected the rights of workers in Missouri, impacted multi-million dollar settlements, and helped to make Missouri a safer place to live and work for everyone.

Most recently though, Rod served as a Commissioner on the Administrative Hearing Commission.  The Administrative Hearing Commission is a neutral, independent, administrative tribunal.  Rod also served as General Counsel/Director of Legal Services for the Missouri Department of Revenue. 

The Chapel Law Group, LLC, has a practice restricted to the representation of people and families injured in any way, deprived of wages due for their labor, and consumer issues that affect working families. 

He is married to Denise Chapel and has 2 young sons. Rod is active in his community and believes strongly in community service.  Currently, he serves as President of the Jefferson City, MO, NAACP as a member of The Board of Governors for The Missouri Bar and he is on a number of other boards including the Missouri Kid’s First, YMCA, Crimestoppers, Boy Scouts of America, St. Mary’s Hospital in Jefferson City, United Way and Rotary.

John Eccher's Profile

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Eccher Law Group

John M. Eccher is a trial attorney at the Eccher Law Group. Mr. Eccher devotes a large amount of his practice to protecting the rights of employees in various capacities, including prosecution of discrimination/retaliation/other employment-related claims, severance negotiations, etc. Mr. Eccher's judgments/settlement in such cases total in excess of $10,000,000.00.


Matthew Fry's Profile

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Rosenblum, Schwartz, and Fry, P.C.

Matt Fry is one of Missouri’s top DWI attorneys. He has successfully defended every type of DWI case, including assault, manslaughter, and felony murder. There is no DWI fact pattern Matt has not seen. Outside of DWI offense, Matt is passionate about teaching Trial Advocacy II at SLU Law. 

Scott Hamilton's Profile

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Aull, Sherman, Worthington, Giorza & Hamilton, LLC

Scott Hamilton is a partner at Aull, Sherman, Worthington, Giorza & Hamilton, L.L.C. in Lexington, Missouri. He is a Past President of the Missouri Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and a member of the National College of DWI Defenders. He is a member of Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys and a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He graduated cum laude at Northern Illinois School of Law in Dekalb, Illinois in 1994 and is a graduate of Lehigh University in Bethlehem, PA in 1990.

Thomas Hollingsworth's Profile

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Prosecuting Attorney

Thomas Hollingsworth is a veteran of the U.S. Navy, a graduate of Jefferson College (’98), Truman State University (’00), and Washington University School of Law (’03).  He was in private practice before joining the Jefferson County Prosecutor’s office where he has been for about 15 years.  For more than seven of those years he prosecuted DWIs almost exclusively.  He has done about 20 jury trials as first chair.

Richard Jaffe's Profile

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Jaffe, Hanle, Whisonant & Knight, PC

Through his distinguished career, Mr. Jaffe has successfully defended hundreds of clients facing murder charges, including over 70 who faced the death penalty, and professionals of all types, including lawyers, pharmacists, doctors, accountants, Mayors, politicians, and CEO’s. He is widely recognized as one of the top experts on criminal law in the United States and is frequently called upon by national media outlets for his insight on complex issues related to the death penalty and other areas of criminal law. He has published numerous articles on trial and communication skills. Mr. Jaffe is most well-known for his role in the exoneration of four Alabama death row inmates, as well as representing Eric Robert Rudolph, who is more commonly known as the Olympic Park Bomber. No client of Mr. Jaffe is currently on death row, and none have been executed. He has obtained acquittals in numerous murder cases. Mr. Jaffe is the founder and senior partner at Jaffe, Hanle, Whisonant & Knight, P.C. in Birmingham, Alabama. As a former Alabama Assistant Attorney General and Deputy District Attorney, he brings over 4 decades of legal experience to the firm’s white-collar crime and criminal litigation practice in state and federal courts. Best Lawyers of America recognized him as lawyer of the year in white-collar litigation for Alabama in 2013 and 2020, and Super lawyers named him as one of the top 10 lawyers in Alabama in 2014. He is a life member and former board member of NACDL and a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers (ACTL). He is the author of Quest for Justice: Defending the Damned, 2nd edition (2020).

Travis Jones's Profile

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Travis Jones has been an instructor in the law enforcement field for the last 20 years. He has taught in DWI Enforcement and traffic safety related topics. Travis is currently the owner of TBJ LLC which conducts training, case reviews, and expert testimony. 

Mark Lanterman's Profile

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Computer Forensics Services

Mark Lanterman is the Chief Technology Officer of Computer Forensic Services. Before entering the private sector, Mark was a member of the U.S. Secret Service Electronic Crimes Taskforce. Mark has 28 years of security and forensic experience and has testified in over 2000 cases.

David Lowe's Profile

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David M. Lowe, LLC

David Lowe has a law firm “on the square" in downtown Waynesville, Missouri, where he concentrates his legal representation in Criminal Defense, Injury Law, Estate Planning, Probate Law and Military Law. His extensive criminal and civil trial experience include Criminal Law, Military Law, Family Law, Injury Law, Probate Law, Contract Law and Landlord-Tenant Law. David served on active duty in the Judge Advocate General's Corps of the United States Army from 1990 to 1997 when he entered the private practice of law in Waynesville. David’s military assignments include serving during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm at Fort Knox, Kentucky, and deploying in Support of Operation Iraqi Freedom in Baghdad, Iraq from 2007 to 2008.  David finished his military career serving in the rank of Colonel as the State Judge Advocate of the Missouri Army National Guard from August 2009 until he retired in December 2017.  

Tyrone Moncriffe's Profile

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Tyrone Moncriffe & Associates

Tyrone C. Moncriffe is Board Certified in Criminal Law by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, and a faculty member of the Criminal Defense Institute. He is certified for first chair in Death Penalty cases in Harris County, Texas and, also lectures on acting and storytelling in trials where he uses skills learned from Sandra Zimmer’s Self Expression Center in Houston, Texas. In 1978, he graduated from Texas Southern University, magna cum laude. After completion of his undergraduate degree, Tyrone continued his education at Thurgood Marshall School of Law graduating in 1982.

2013 was a phenomenal year for Tyrone, obtaining many new accolades as well as continuing to build on his previous awards. Tyrone C. Moncriffe was given a presidential award by TCDLA President Lydia C. Jackson for work in the organization and received the most nominations for the TOP 50 Black Lawyers of Houston. He was voted as one of the favorite speakers at the Harris County Criminal Lawyers Seminar in May. Tyrone was asked to speak at the Ohio Bar Associate Superstar Seminar as well as the DUI/DWI Seminar in Las Vegas Nevada.   

Tyrone was honored with a Trail Blazer Award by Harris County Black Criminal Lawyers in 2015, The Presidential Award 2015 for work with TCDLA, voted in "National Top One Percent Lawyers 2015", and "Best Attorney" charter member 2015. Also, was voted for the 10th year in a row as a Super Lawyer.

Travis Noble's Profile

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Travis Noble, PC

Travis Noble concentrates in the areas of DWI, federal and state drug charges and other felonies. He served as a police officer from 1985 until 1990 and a narcotics agent from 1990 until 1995. He has instructed in the areas of Narcotics Investigations, Forensics, Criminal Investigations, Police K-9, Standardized Field Sobriety Testing and DWI Investigations. As a result of ten years in law enforcement, he brings a unique outlook and background in the defense of persons charged with crimes. In addition to trying cases throughout the State of Missouri, he has represented defendants in both federal and state courts throughout the United States.

Joseph Passanise's Profile

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Wampler and Passanise Law Office

Joseph Passanise earned his Juris Doctor from Washburn University School of Law. A member of the National College of DUI Defense and a Fellow of the American Board of Criminal Lawyers, he was recognized by Best Lawyers in America, 2021 Ed., as Springfield Lawyer of the Year: Criminal Defense.


Larry Pozner's Profile

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Reilly Pozner, LLP

Larry Pozner is a nationally recognized trial lawyer, lecturer, and author. His book “Cross Examination: Science and Techniques,” first published in 1993, is now in its third edition and continues to be America’s bestselling book on cross. Mr. Pozner began his career in the Colorado public defender system and later formed a firm devoted to criminal defense and both plaintiff and defense sides of complex commercial litigation. His national civil defense practice has included lawsuits involving large and small companies, law firms, and corporate executives. For many years he has defended the Denver Broncos franchise in trials including the lawsuit challenging Pat Bowlen’s purchase of the team. Mr. Pozner is a past president of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and is listed in “Best Lawyers in America.” He has lectured in 48 states, throughout Canada, and in Brazil. 

Michael Reid's Profile

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M. Reid Legal Solutions

In addition to providing outstanding DUI defense for clients in Illinois and Missouri, attorney Michael E. Reid is frequently called upon for speaking engagements, educational instruction and expert consulting with regard to DUI law, field sobriety testing, and chemical testing. As an educator and respected professional in DUI defense, he has written guidebooks for other DUI attorneys in Illinois and Missouri.  

Kevin Schug's Profile

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University of Texas - Arlington

Kevin A. Schug is Professor and Shimadzu Distinguished Professor of Analytical Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at The University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). He is also Director of the Collaborative Laboratories for Environmental Analysis and Remediation (CLEAR; at UTA.

Dr. Schug received his B.S. degree in Chemistry in 1998 from the College of William and Mary, and his Ph.D. degree in Chemistry from Virginia Tech in 2002 under the supervision of Prof. Harold M. McNair. From 2003-2005, he performed post-doctoral research in the laboratory of Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Lindner at the University of Vienna in Austria.

Since joining UTA in 2005, his research has been focused on the theory and application of separation science and mass spectrometry for solving a variety of analytical and physical chemistry problems. Two main research threads are currently pursued with some intertwined aspects: 1) Fundamental studies of chromatographic separations and mass spectrometry ionization mechanisms; and 2) isolation, characterization, and trace analysis of bioactive compounds in complex matrices. His group is also active in chemical education research. Financial support for chemistry and educational research has been from UTA, Eli Lilly and Company, the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Shimadzu Scientific Instruments, Inc., Restek Corporation, VUV Analytics, Inc., and other industry partners. He has over 160 peer-reviewed publications and over 400 presentations, posters, and invited talks to his group’s credit. From 2005 – 2018, he has been PI or co-PI on over $7 Million in external grant support, contracts, and awards; he has further contributed to capturing $17.8-Million in development support, which have been used to create the Shimadzu Center for Advanced Analytical Chemistry ( and the Shimadzu Institute for Research Technologies ( at UTA.


Cynthia Short's Profile

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CLS Mitigation & Consulting Services

Cynthia L. Short is a trial lawyer, mitigation specialist and sentencing advocate. She has 34 years of trial experience and 27 years of Capital trial experience. Her trial work has been recognized by the Missouri Bar with the Lon O. Hocker Young Trial Lawyer’ s Award and the Defender of Distinction Award. Cyndy is featured in Andrea Lyons New book The Feminine Sixth: Women for the Defense. In the years since entering private practice, she has earned the KCMBA Best of the Bar designation, and she has been recognized as a Super Lawyer for many years. Cyndy led the Trial Lawyer’s College Death Penalty Program for 14 years during which TLC offered training to capital trial teams. In 2003, Cyndy founded CLS Mitigation & Consulting Services LLC. My group includes three (3) mitigation specialists, and two (2) life history document clerks. On capital cases, our group serves in the critical role of Mitigation Specialist. We have experience in state, federal and military courts throughout the United States. In non-capital cases our group provides sentencing advocacy investigation, including the creation of exhibits for use in sentencing including but not limited to audio and video exhibits. Our team has successfully worked with trial teams to prevent death sentences. In 30 years of capital work, Ms. Short and CLS Mitigation has not had any client sentenced to death.[1]

[1] Clients in Texas and in Washington State sentenced to death subsequently had their cases overturned and each has been sentenced to life.

Paige Sparks's Profile

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Eccher Law LLC

Paige Sparks is a trial attorney at the Eccher Law Group, with her practice focused on representing plaintiffs, in both federal and state court, in complex civil litigation, particularly involving employment and civil rights. In just the past year, Ms. Sparks has helped recover more than $2,000,000.00 for clients.

Joseph St. Louis's Profile

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Nesci & St. Louis

Joseph P. St. Louis, Regent of the National College for DUI Defense, and past president of Arizona Attorneys for Criminal Justice, is a certified specialist in both criminal and DUI defense, has an AV Preeminent Martindale-Hubbell rating, and is listed in Woodward/White’s Best Lawyers in America and SuperLawyers' Best Lawyers.

Taylon Sumners's Profile

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Wampler & Passanise Law Office

Taylon Sumners joined the firm as an Attorney-at-Law in 2020. She completed her Juris Doctor at Washburn University School of Law, where she graduated with Dean’s Honors and passed the Missouri Bar Exam with a score in the 90th percentile. Taylon represents clients facing serious criminal offenses including murder, drug-related charges, sex offenses and DUIs and is licensed in Federal Court with the Western District of Missouri. She has been with the firm since 2015 and worked as a Legal Assistant while attending school.

While at Washburn, Taylon was President and Founding Member of the Criminal Law Society and Outreach Coordinator for the Women’s Legal Forum. She was selected for the Order of the Barristers, a national honorary society that represents the highest honor a student can attain for distinction in oral advocacy. Washburn University is a charter member of The Order. In addition, Taylon participated in the American Association for Justice Trial Team, served on the Kansas Pre-Trial Justice Task Force which advocates for bail reform, and was a Legal Intern for the Johnson County Youth Court program.

Taylon earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology and Anthropology from Nebraska Wesleyan University. While there, she volunteered teaching inmates at the Nebraska Correctional Center. As an undergraduate, she was selected for Who’s Who Among Colleges and Universities.

A native of Aurora, Missouri, Taylon’s family owns and operates Service Vending Company.

Bogdan Susan's Profile

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Holder Susan Slusher, LLC

Bogdan A. Susan attended the University of Missouri School of Law where he served as President of the Student Bar Association and had the honor of representing the student body at the annual University of Missouri-Columbia Law Day before he graduated in 1992. He is a founding partner in Holder | Susan | Slusher in Columbia, MO. 

Mr. Susan considers preserving the records and reputations of his clients his top priority. He has represented thousands of clients for a wide array of criminal and civil matters, from minor accidents to Felony charges. He fervently represents his clients, from freshman students to high-profile student athletes and Columbia professionals. He has also represented many athletes for NCAA investigations and hearings, helping them to avoid suspensions.

Stuart Teicher's Profile

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Stuart I. Teicher, Esq. is a professional legal educator who focuses on ethics law and writing instruction. A practicing attorney for over two decades, Stuart’s career is now dedicated to helping fellow attorneys survive the practice of law and thrive in the profession. Mr. Teicher teaches seminars, provides in-house training to law firms and legal departments, provides CLE instruction at law firm client events, and also gives keynote speeches at conventions and association meetings.

Stuart helps attorneys get better at what they do (and enjoy the process) through his entertaining and educational CLE Performances. He speaks, teaches, and writes—Thomson Reuters published his book entitled, Navigating the Legal Ethics of Social Media and Technology.

Mr. Teicher is a Supreme Court appointee to the New Jersey District Ethics Committee where he investigates and prosecutes grievances filed against attorneys. Mr. Teicher is an adjunct professor of law at Georgetown Law where he teaches Professional Responsibility, and he is an adjunct professor at Rutgers University in New Brunswick where he teaches undergraduate writing courses.

Schedule at a Glance

Case Law Update
Speaker: Matthew D. Fry, Rosenblum, Schwartz, and Fry, PC, St. Louis 
Materials to include cases organized by category over past several years

Suppression Issues with the Stop, Detention, Searches, & Statements
Speaker: Scott C. Hamilton, Aull, Sherman, Worthington, Giorza & Hamilton, LLC, Lexington

LIVE: Prosecutor's Perspective on What Works for the Defense in Negotiations 
Speaker: Thomas E. Hollingsworth, Prosecuting Attorney, Hillsboro

LIVE: David Ball on Criminal Defense: How to Win at Trial
Speakers: David Ball, Malekpour & Ball Consulting and Richard Jaffe, Jaffe, Hanle, Whisonant & Knight, PC, Birmingham, AL  
Free E-book for all attendees, "David Ball on Criminal Defense"

LIVE: Blood Testing: Admissibility & Reliability Issues in Alcohol & Drug Cases
Speaker: Joseph P. St. Louis, Nesci & St. Louis, Tucson, AZ 

 LIVE: Lab Tour: Learn How Your Blood Test Cases Can Easily Have False Results
Speaker: Kevin Schug, University of Texas Arlington, Arlington, Texas 

 LIVE: Pozner on Cross: The Chapter Method Applied to DUI Cases 
Speaker: Larry Pozner, Reilly Pozner, LLP, Denver, CO

Nuts & Bolts: Administrative Hearings & Trial de Novos & Chemical Refusals 
Speaker: Bogdan A. Susan, 
Holder Susan Slusher, LLC, Columbia

Challenging Priors: How to Go From a Felony to Misdemeanor
Speaker: Michael Reid
, M. Reid Legal Solutions, Edwardsville, IL

Winning License Cases Using Rules of Civil Discovery
Speakers: John M.
Eccher and Paige M. Sparks, Eccher Law Group, St. Louis

Collateral Consequences: Military Personnel, Security Clearances, Professional Licenses
Speakers: David M. Lowe
, David M. Lowe, LLC, Waynesville and Diane Bellquist, Joseph, Hollander & Craft, LLC, Overland Park, KS  

Use Storytelling Techniques to Win Your Case
Speaker: Tyrone Moncriffe, 
Tyrone Moncriffe & Assoc., Houston, TX

Improve Your Plea Negotiations & Sentencing Hearings - How to Present Mitigation Evidence
Speaker: Cyndy L. Short
, CLS Mitigation & Consulting Services, Kansas City 

LIVE: Expert Perspective: Why You Can't Trust a Breath Test & What To Do About It
Speaker: Travis B. Jones
, TBJ, LLC, Moscow Mills 

Demonstration of Voir Dire & Opening in a DWI Case
Speaker: Travis L. Noble, Jr.
, Sindel Noble, St. Louis 

Conquering Procrastination & Self Care for Practicing Attorneys
Speaker: Anne Chambers, 
 Director, Missouri Lawyers’ Assistance Program, The Missouri Bar, Jefferson City 

Ethical Use of Evolving Technologies
Speaker: Mark Lanterman
, Chief Technology Officer, Computer Forensic Services, Minneapolis, MN

The Ethical Dangers of ‘Getting into Bed’ with Your Clients
Speaker:  Stuart Teicher
, The CLE Performer  

Checklist of What to Look for to Win Your Case
Speaker: Kimberly Benjamin
, Benjamin Law Firm, Belton

How to Use the Regulations to Win Your Case
Speaker: Tory D. Bernsen
, Muhlenkamp & Bernsen, St. Louis 

Representing the Confused & Misunderstood Driver that is Under the Influence of Drugs
Speakers: Joseph S. Passanise
and Taylon McCafferty SumnersWampler & Passanise Law Office, Springfield 

How Bias On & off the Road Can Impact Your Missouri Practice 
Speakers: Nimrod T. Chapel, Jr.
, The Chapel Law Group, LLC, Jefferson City; Kylar Broadus, Attorney at Law, Fayette 

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