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A PDF of the brochure and updated agenda are posted below. Check back peridodically for updated information and materials.
Anyone who handles crimes against people, whether on the investigation side or prosecution, should plan to attend TDCAA’s Prosecuting Violent Crimes seminar. It will cover imperfect victims and witnesses, prosecuting multiple defendants, self-defense claims, eyewitness identification, DNA issues, weapons, and punishment. One day of the course will be dedicated to specialized tracks on sexual assault, child victims, and domestic violence, so attendees can choose which subject(s) they need to know most.
In addition, TDCAA offers an extra 1.75 hours of MCLE for a separate, free presentation on domestic violence through one of our grants. Those who attend this additional training will receive a complimentary copy of TDCAA’s Protective Orders manual and a two-sided laminated sheet on POs.
If you investigate or try cases involving violent crimes against people, you won’t want to miss this seminar!
Omni Houston Hotel at Westside
13210 Katy Freeway
Houston, TX 77079
Room rate is $125/night for single or double occupancy. Guest room rate includes complimentary self-parking and internet access.
To make a reservation, call the hotel directly at 281-558-8338 or toll free at 1-800-THE-OMNI (800-843-6664). To get the special group rate, reference the 2017 TDCAA Prosecuting Violent Crimes Seminar.
Call by March 20, 2017. After this date, the hotel cannot guarantee rooms or group rate availability.