“INTRODUCTION TO DEFENSE INVESTIGATIONS”
|– Evolution of Criminal Defense||– Interviewing|
|– The Role of the Investigator||– Report Writing|
|– Discovery||– Testifying|
|– Note taking||– Court Room Techniques|
|– Both Classroom and Practical Exercises|
Classes will be taught by subject matter experts – criminal defense attorneys and investigators. A faculty list is being finalized and will be posted on the DIA website: www.cdia.org/dita
Students are required to physically attend every class and may not audit any portion of the program. If you have already taken this DITA course, you may attend specific dates at a discounted rate, contact the DITA Instructor of record for additional details. Students may be required to complete pre-class reading, homework assignments, and other work deemed appropriate by faculty. Successful completion of the final examination is required. Completion of a final examination with a grade of ‘C’ or better is required to complete each module.
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DITA Has been postponed in response to COVID-19 concerns. We will announce new dates as soon as we can. Thank you for your understanding.
Monday, Tuesday, Friday
Host Hotel, TBA
Wednesday & Thursday
Once dates are rescheduled:
United States Marshals Service
1138 Saturn Street, Monterey Park, CA 91755
*Free Parking along the street. Please DO NOT use the Marshals parking area as it is an active law enforcement facility and priority must be yielded to their personnel.
We acknowledge and are very grateful to Justin Davis, Chief Inspector, U.S. Marshals Service and to Victor Alaniz, Training Coordinator, U.S. Marshals Service for generously sharing their state-of-the-art training facility with our group. We also thank Tony Perez, U.S Marshal, Central District California, Retired, for facilitating this training location and his ongoing support of the DIA.