CLE: Traffic Law Nuts and Bolts—Spring 2019
Join us on April 12 for a full-day seminar in Naperville that gives you the nuts and bolts you need to assist your clients with their traffic law needs. Attorneys with basic practice experience who attend this seminar will better understand: what to expect during the initial client meeting; how standardized field sobriety testing can affect a DUI trial; how breath testing devices work; the admissibility of blood tests in DUI cases; the qualification and training requirements for drug recognition experts; how to rescind statutory suspensions; how to obtain documents from the Secretary of State; how dispositions may affect a client’s driving privileges; and the crossroads of immigration law and traffic-related offenses.
The program is presented by the ISBA Traffic Laws & Courts Section. It qualifies for 6.25 hours MCLE credit, including 1.0 hour Professionalism, Civility or Legal Ethics MCLE credit (subject to approval).