FACDL-MIAMI FREE SEMINAR:
"ANATOMY OF AN INTERROGATION"
Thursday, March 20, 2008
Brickell Bay Club
2333 Brickell Avenue, Miami
Sponsored by: Transitions Recovery Program
The evening includes a seminar as well as Cocktails and Hors D'oeuvresCome learn about the methods used by police during the process of interviewing and interrogating subjects.
Edith Georgi and Dr. John Palmatier will be presenting.
The Seminar is only open to current members of FACDL-Miami. If you have not yet paid your 2008 dues ($75 for private attorneys and $25 for government attorneys) please bring your checkbook and renew your membership on Thursday evening.
In order to have enough seats, food and drinks, we would appreciate an RSVP if you intend to come to the seminar.
For more information and to RSVP, please contact us at facdlmiami (at)aol.com
Look forward to seeing you there.
Well, maybe not everyone will be there- we might be home watching "My Cousin Vinny". Then again, we might just put in an appearance.
Update: for those of you who wasted your time in law school reading cases instead of going to the movies, the "I shot the clerk" reference is to the movie "My Cousin Vinny" where the police chief questions Vinny's nephew, and he repeats the phrase in disbelief, but the officer records it as a confession.
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