How to Prepare and Survive Courtroom Testimony (On-Demand Webinar)

	How to Prepare and Survive Courtroom Testimony On Demand Webinar
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How to Prepare and Survive Courtroom Testimony On Demand Webinar


Effective courtroom testimony is a skill that requires practice, knowledge and patience. It is also a skill that can be and needs to be learned. If you are an investigator, a claims adjuster, part of a special investigative unit, fraud examiner or law enforcement professional, you will get subpoenaed to testify at some point in your career. Knowing how to prepare and what mistakes to avoid during testimony will ensure your success and greatly reduce your anxiety. In this webinar, first debuted at the 2023 ACFE Global Fraud Conference, a veteran district attorney discusses how to prepare by understanding courtroom procedures, and the dynamics and limitations of the legal process. 



You Will Learn How To:

Apply best practices for presenting your case on direct examination

Design your fraud investigation to survive courtroom testimony

Prepare to survive cross-examination

Prepare on your own and with the prosecutor for courtroom testimony

CPE Information

CPE Credit: 1.5
NASBA Information: Business Law
Advanced Preparation: None
Last Updated: November 2023
Delivery Method: QAS Self-Study


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