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2019 SPD Annual Criminal Defense Conference

 

LINKS TO PROGRAM MATERIALS

 

Thursday, November 7—MORNING SESSIONS

 

Regency  Ballroom

(2nd Floor)

Lakeshore Ballroom

(1st Floor)

Milwaukee Room

(2nd Floor)

Executive AB Room

(2nd Floor)

Executive CD Room

(2nd Floor)

Gilpatrick Room

(1st Floor)

9:30-10:30

Establishing a Trauma-

Informed Client-Lawyer Relationship

Alison Bloomquist

 

 

Crimmigration 101

Melissa Nepomiachi, Alli Pederson and Katena Roberts-Turner

Powerpoint

Materials 1

What the Wisconsin State Law Library Can Do for You

Jaime Healy-Plotkin

Materials 1

Materials 2

Materials 3

Materials 4

SPD Support Staff Seminar

Topics:

Confidentiality, Legal Advice, Verbal Defense and Influence

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Criminal Defense Investigator Lab

Topics: Subpoenas and Records Requests,, Forensic Child Interviews, Social Media, Cell Phone Evidence and Google Apps

 

Materials 1

 

 

Client Services Specialists Workshop

Topics:

Sentencing Memos, COMPAS, DOC Programming, ATRs, TPR Cases, Talking to Child Victims and Witnesses

 

 

10:45-12:00

The Criminalization of Blackness

Professor Robert Smith, Margaret Johnson and Leon Todd, Moderated by Sharlen Moore

 

Materials

Treatment Court 101

Emily Nolan-Plutchak and Katy Burke

Powerpoint

 

Materials:

 

1     6

2     7

3     8

4     9

5

Child Advocacy and Schools

Julie Majerus (DPI), Julie Incitti (DPI) and Jillian Young (DCF)

 

Powerpoint

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday, November 7—AFTERNOON SESSIONS

Time

Regency Ballroom

(2nd Floor)

Lakeshore Ballroom

(1st Floor)

Milwaukee Room

(2nd Floor)

Executive AB Room

(2nd Floor)

Executive CD Room

(2nd Floor)

Gilpatrick

Room

(1st Floor)

1:15-2:15

 

 

 

 

 

Can I talk to this witness? A Discussion about Rule 20:4.2

Tim Pierce,

Suzanne O’Neill,

and Ray Richards

Moderated by

Anna Peterson

 

Materials 1

Materials 2

Materials 3

Materials 4

 

Fourth Amendment Challenges to Traffic Stops

Adam Welch

 

Powerpoint

Maatteerriiaallss 11

 

Cert Granted! Getting Your Case Heard in the U.S. Supreme Court

Andrew Hinkel and Christopher Sobic

 

 

Lived Experience Journey: Unmasking Mental Illness

Panelists: Venez Blackmon,

Susan Jevaltas,

Heidi Plach, and

Jackie McKay

Moderator: Susanne Vella from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Greater Milwaukee

 

 

Case Dismissed: Why the Intrastate Detainer Statute Should be on your Radar

Matthew Pinix

 

Materials 1

Racial Bias Discussion Circle

 

 

2:15-3:15

Wisconsin Supreme Court Update

Dave Perlman

 

Materials

The Nuts and Bolts of Handling a Revocation Case

Faun Moses, Kelly Mattingly, Vanessa Korias and ALJ Lisa Marmet

 

Materials 1

 

How to Find Meritorious Issues in your Appellate Case

Nicole Masnica, Carly Cusack, Catherine Malchow and Tristan Breedlove Moderated by Kaitlin Lamb

Communication for De-Escalation

Dr. Eileen Abrams

 

Powerpoint

Criminal Defense Investigator Lab

Topics: Subpoenas and Records Requests, Forensic Child Interviews, Social Media, Cell Phone Evidence and Google Apps

 

 

Client Services Specialists Workshop

Topics:

Sentencing Memos, COMPAS, DOC Programming, ATRs, TPR Cases, Talking to Child Victims and Witnesses

3:30-4:30

 

Competently and Diligently Preparing your Client for Sentencing…

AND the Sentence 

Christian Thomas

Powerpoint

Materials 1

Materials 2

Materials 3

Materials 4

Materials 5

Materials 6

The Nuts and Bolts of Handling a Revocation Case continued...

 

 

 

Appellate Review of TPR: Practice Fundamentals and Case Law Update

Colleen Marion and Ellen Krahn

 

Powerpoint

Materials 1

Materials 2

Materials 3

Defense Counsel Role in Treatment Courts

Emily Nolan-Plutchak, Catherine Dorl and Katy Burke

 

Powerpoint

Criminal Defense Investigator Lab

Topics: Subpoenas and Records Requests,, Forensic Child Interviews, Social Media, Cell Phone Evidence and Google Apps

How to Use Learned Treatises in Your Trials

Stephen Hurley and Kathleen Pakes

4:30-5:30

It’s for our Client: Trial and Appellate Counsel Working Together to Improve Client Outcomes

Katie York and

Andrea Cornwall

 

Powerpoint

How Interracial Interactions can Cause Racial Anxiety...and What we can do about it

Margaret Johnson

 

 

Boettcher, Beets, Battlestar Galactica!

Ensuring our Clients' Entitlement to Sentence Credit

Christopher August and Jeremy Newman

 

Materials 1

 

Child Welfare Research: What Parent Attorneys Need to Know

Michael Heard and Amelia Watson

Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Basics

Jennifer Grossman, Nurses 4 Social Justice

 

 

Mitigation Videos: How they Can Help you Help your Clients

Chris Lang and Kat Yanke

 

Materials 1

Materials 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday, November 8—MORNING SESSIONS

Time

Regency  Ballroom

(2nd Floor)

 

Lakeshore Ballroom

(1st Floor)

Milwaukee Room

(2nd Floor)

Executive  Room

(2nd Floor)

 

Gilpatrick Room

(1st Floor)

8:30-9:30

United States Supreme Court Update

Cecelia Klingele

 

Powerpoint

 

Over the Limit, Under Arrest, Not Guilty--How to Try an OWI Case with a Bad Test Result

Adam Welch

 

Materials 1

 

Wisconsin Department of Health Services: Updates, Hot Topics & Resources for Forensic Cases

Beth Dodsworth, Alyssa Fisher, Erik Knudson and Adam Oldenburg

Powerpoint

Materials 1

Materials 2

Materials 3

 

Alleged Criminal Injuries

Jennifer Grossman, Nurses 4 Social Justice

 

 

What are your computer dilemmas and dreams? A Conversation with the SPD’s IT Staff

Ehren Hasz, Wesley Hinkley, Chandru Solraj and Troy Malinowski, Facilitated by Jon Padgham

9:30-10:30

Social Dominance and Anti-Racism

Professor Carlton Waterhouse

 

 Powerpoint

 

 

The Nuts and Bolts of Representing Clients in Chapter 51 Cases

Matthew Giesfeldt  and Eric Heywood

 

 

Materials 1

Materials 2

Materials 3

Prosecutorial Burden-Shifting: Can the Prosecutor Say That? (and what to do if he does)

Patrick Anderson

Powerpoint

 

Bending Toward Justice—One Client at a Time

Alison Bloomquist

 

 

Interdisciplinary Parent Representation: Why it’s Good for our Clients

Michael Heard and Amelia Watson

 

Powerpoint

Materials 1

 

10:45-12:00

It’s Not Jury Selection; It’s Jury De-Selection

Katie Kegel

 

Powerpoint

Materials 1

 

Science-Dependent Litigation: Finding, Analyzing and Strategizing Scientific Concepts

Kathleen Pakes and Evan Weitz

Materials 1

Materials 2

Materials 3

Materials 4

Materials 5

Materials 6

Medical Records Revealed

Jennifer Grossman, Nurses 4 Social Justice

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Overview of the Youth Assessment and Screening Instrument (YASI)

Devon Lee (DCF)

 

Materials 1

 

 

 

Friday, November 8—AFTERNOON SESSIONS

Time

Regency Ballroom

(2nd Floor)

Lakeshore Ballroom

(1st Floor)

Milwaukee Room

(2nd Floor)

Executive Room

(2nd Floor)

Gilpatrick Room

(1st Floor)

1:15-2:15

We Can’t Take Care of our Clients if we don’t Take Care of Ourselves:

Mindfulness for Lawyers

Jon Krop

 

Materials 1

Materials 2

Materials 3

 

An Opportunity to Consult (Face to Face!) with the Agency’s Practice Coordinators

 

SPD Practice Groups include:

     Juvenile

     Family Defense

     Immigration

     Forensic Science

     Racial and Ethnic Disparity

     Abusive Head Trauma

     Chapter 980

 

 

 

Winning the CCW Jury Trial

Amanda Parent

 

Materials 1

Treatment Court Team Members Check-In Meeting

Facilitated by Jon Padgham

 

Privately-Filed TPRs: Building the Defense Case

Elisabeth Stockbridge, Ryan Reid and Trisha Fritz

 

 

2:15-3:15

Antipsychotic Medications and their Long-Term Effects: What the Defense Team Needs to Know

Elizabeth Rich and Dr. Toby Watson

Powerpoint

 

RACE...it’s not a dirty word: Bringing Race to the Fore during Voir Dire

Joshua Hargrove

 

Powerpoint

Materials 1

Materials 2

CHIPS Pilot Check-In Meeting for the Five Pilot Counties: Racine, Kenosha, Outagamie, Brown and Winnebago

 

 

 

Racial Bias Discussion Circle

 

3:30-5:00

Take No Prisoners: How the FBI and Human Psychology can Ethically Help Us Keep our Clients out of Prison

Guy Cardamone

 

Powerpoint

 

 

 

 

 

SPD Assigned Counsel Division Travel Time Reporting Rules

Please see Wis. Stats. 977.08(4m)(c) & (d)

When does the SPD pay travel time?

The Wisconsin State Public Defender pays attorneys $25/hour for travel time if:

1)      any portion of the trip is outside the county in which the attorney's principal office is located; or

2)      to be eligible for in-county travel time, the trip requires traveling a distance of more than 30 miles, one way, from the attorney's principal office.

Does the SPD pay mileage in addition to travel time?

Yes—provided the total miles claimed (See examples below) are itemized within the time slip.

Time slips that do not include itemized mileage will not be reimbursed for mileage claims.


How should I itemize mileage on my time slip?

     IN-COUNTY MILEAGE should be entered on the time slip with the event for which it was incurred, indicating office to location and mileage.

Example:  Mileage from Milwaukee Office to Milwaukee County Courthouse

Time Slip Detail

Date

Detail Type

Detail

Hours

5/24/2019

Non-Evidentiary Hearing

8:30am Return on Warrant-Office to Court; RT 4 mi 

0.5

 

        OUT OF COUNTY Travel and Mileage:

   Single Stop Trip (Point A to Point B to Point A)

The following information must be included in the time slip entry:

1.       Departure/Court Time

2.       Departure City

3.       Destination City

4.       One way(OW)/Round Trip(RT)

5.       Miles

 

Example:  Madison Office to Waupun to visit client

Time Slip Detail

Date

Detail Type

Detail

Hours

1/10/2019

Travel To/From-Explain

9am Madison Office/Waupun; RT 116 mi

2.25

 

      Multi-Stop Trip (Point A to Point B to Point C to Point A)

The following information must be included in the time slip entry:

1.       Departure/Court Time (first leg only)

2.       Departure City (each leg)

3.       Destination City (each leg)

4.       Client Name (each leg)

5.       Total Miles

 

Example:  Round-Trip from Madison Office to Waupun to see Client A then to Redgranite to see Client B then to Madison office 

Time Slip Detail

Date

Detail Type

Detail

Hours

5/31/2019

Travel To/From-Explain

10am Madison/Waupun/Client Name; Waupun/Redgranite/Client Name; Redgranite/Madison; 206 mi

4

 

What if my travel does not begin at the principal office?

If the attorney begins the trip at some point other than their principal office, the attorney must provide the reason for leaving from the alternate point so as to justify the expense.

Example:  Office in Madison - live in Cambridge - client in Jail in Jefferson County - 8:30 Court in Jefferson County

Time Slip Detail

Date

Detail Type

Detail

Hours

1/11/2019

Travel To/From-Explain

7am Cambridge Home/Jefferson Jail/Jefferson Court 8:30am/Madison Office; RT 44 mi 

1.5

 

How do I report mileage/out-of-county travel time if I am seeing multiple SPD clients at one stop?

Enter all mileage and out-of-county travel time on one invoice (attorneys can choose which invoice.) Do not split the travel between clients or (if a client has more than one case) between cases for one client.

Example:  Out-of-County - Madison Office to Waupun to see three clients

Time Slip Detail

Date

Detail Type

Detail

Hours

6/4/2019

Travel To/From-Explain

9am Madison/Waupun/Client A, Client B and Client C; 125 mi

2.25

 

 

Example:  In-County - Office to Court/Jail to see three clients

Time Slip Detail

Date

Detail Type

Detail

Hours

6/25/2019

Non-Evidentiary Hearing

10am Office to Court for Client A, Client B and Jail for Client C;12 mi

1.75

 

How do Auditors verify mileage?

Auditors use Google maps to verify reported mileage and reasonable travel time. If a trip takes longer than expected (bad weather, construction, etc.) the attorney should indicate the reason on the time slip.

Example:  Madison Office to Waupun during a weather event

Time Slip Detail

Date

Detail Type

Detail

Hours

12/1/2019

Travel To/From-Explain

9am Madison/Waupun; RT 116 mi (icy road conditions)

3.5

 

Child in Need of Protection or Services Materials

Attachments:
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Access this URL (https://www.wispd.org/images/TrainingFolder/TPR_CHIPS/CHIPS/01%20CHIPS%20Pilot%20Update%20%26%20Importance%20of%20Parent%20RepresentationPPT.pdf)The Importance of Parent Representation PPT2020 CHIPS, TPR & Civil Discovery Training
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Bail Materials

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Domestic Violence Materials

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