The DIA likes to recognize Defense Investigators who exemplify the work ethic and passion it takes to pursue justice for our clients. Our profession attracts the best and the brightest, not to mention those with big hearts. Please nominate someone who you feel meets these standards of excellence!
DIA Single Day Seminars!
Social Media Seminars were a hit in 2019. Keep an eye out for our 1-Day Seminars in 2020 with special speakers from the DMV. You may have access, but there is a wealth of information and it's important to know how to decipher it.
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In an unprecidented move, Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter have been ordered to provide private posts in a San Francisco gang related murder trial.
DITA has been POSTPONED due to COVID-19 concerns
The next DITA module will be in Monterey Park/Rosemead, the week of March 23-27. This course covers core skills for investigators of all levels of experience. This module also offers practical experience beyond the classroom setting with mock interviewing, report writing review, and mock testimony.
Each DITA module is an intensive workshop where students spend 5 days for a total of 30 hours of required class participation. DITA modules may be taken in any order. Classes may not be audited.
Classes are taught by subject matter experts, criminal defense attorneys, and investigators. Upon satisfactory completion of the four modules, the student earns the Certificate in Criminal Defense Investigations.
DITA graduates are welcome to attend specific dates and pay à la carte rates. Keep an eye out for ADVANCED DITA, details coming soon!
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DIA President Elizabeth Aguilar, L.A. County
DIA Vice President Ron Weber, Tulare County
DIA Secretary/Treasurer Marisa Berg, San Bernardino County
As well as our Regional Boards