The Fraud Trial

/uploadedImages/Shared_Content/Products/Self-Study_CPE/webinar-case.jpg  CPE Credits: 20
Course Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: Basic Understanding of Fraud Examination




After going through the meticulous process of conducting a fraud investigation, you must know what to do in the courtroom if your case makes it to trial. This self-study video/workbook course will take you through the phases of an actual fraud trial. With the video featuring the Court TV case of Assistant Police Chief Johnny McKenzie, you will learn how to present evidence to support your case, deliver effective testimony, interpret courtroom proceedings, understand direct and cross-examination techniques, and build your case during the investigation stages.

What you will learn:

Common civil and criminal actions

Methods of discovery and rules of evidence

Overview of the entire trial process including sentencing and appeals

Recovering ill-gotten gains


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Field of study: Business Law

Last Updated: April 2011


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Online CPE exam grading available for this course:  

Online grading is available for ACFE self-study workbook courses. Complete the course offline at your convenience, but take the exam online the moment you're ready. Featuring instant exam results and a printable certificate, online grading offers a quick and convenient way to earn CPE.

Benefits of online exam grading include: 

Instant exam results
Printable CPE certificate
Complete the course at your own pace
Take the exam online the moment you're ready 


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Please note: All self-study course exams must be completed within one year of purchase date to receive CPE credit.


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