MTSI Courses


In-Person Courses

The following are the impaired driving related courses that TMCEC is offering in-person in FY18 at Regional Seminars. Come join us!

Court Support Personnel

  • Expunctions
  • Reaching out to your Community: Nuts, Bolts, and Resources
  • Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code Update
  • The Walking Dead: Pedestrians, Vehicles, and Impairment

Judges

  • Case Law Update
  • Expunctions
  • Reaching out to your Community: Nuts, Bolts, and Resources
  • Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code Update
  • The Walking Dead: Pedestrians, Vehicles, and Impairment

 

Webinars

The Texas Municipal Courts Education Center offers live and interactive web-based training programs on a variety of legal and professional subjects. Webinars are designed for all court personnel: judges, court administrators, clerks, bailiffs, warrant officers, marshals, and prosecutors; and group participation is strongly encouraged. Embrace the opportunity to enhance your knowledge, refresh your understanding, and compare your court’s processes to those of other courts, all from the convenience of your own office.

Webinars are free of charge to participants, but may include local charges normally incurred through internet usage. Participants will need a computer with speakers, an internet connection, and a TMCEC Online Learning Center username and password. If you need a username, please call (512) 320-8274. The following are the impaired driving webinars offered by TMCEC:

Standard Field Sobriety Testing
(.75 Hours MTSI)
Michael Jennings, Austin Police Department
October 26, 2017

CARS-DWI Assessment Project: A New Tool for Courts
Erin Holmes, Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility
July 14, 2017

Powdered Alcohol and Texas Youth
Christi Koenig Brisky, Research & Program Specialist, Texans Standing Tall
July 6, 2017

Impaired Driving Update
Ned Minevitz, Program Attorney & TxDOT Grant Administrator, TMCEC
June 15, 2017

Breath and Blood Tests in the Wake of Birchfield v. North Dakota
Ryan Turner, General Counsel & Director of Education, TMCEC
June 1, 2017

Texas DPS Update
(.5 Hours MTSI)

Melissa Eager and Timothy Preece, Department of Public Safety, Driver License Division, Enforcement and Compliance
May 4, 2017

Expunctions
(.5 Hours MTSI)
Mark Goodner, Program Attorney, TMCEC
April 20, 2017

The Walking Dead: Pedestrians, Vehicles, and Impairment
Ned Minevitz, Program Attorney & TxDOT Grant Administrator, TMCEC
April 6, 2017

Setting Up a Teen Court
Judge Randall Stump, Georgetown Municipal Court
Tina Heine, Teen Court Coordinator, Georgetown Municipal Court
October 20, 2016

Drug Recognition Experts
Steve Burres, DWI Investigator, Irving Police Department
September 15, 2016

DWI Bond Schematic
Randall Sarosdy, Texas Justice Court Training Center
March 24, 2016

Ignition Interlock Compliance Strategies
Laura Weiser, Judicial Resource Liaison, Texas Center for the Judiciary
March 3, 2016

Regulations and Penalties for Drinking Establishments: A Guide for Magistrates
Gary Teeler, Assistant Commander, Texas Parks and Wildlife

September 17, 2015

Drugs and Driving
Robert D. Johnson, Chief Toxicologist, Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office

September 10, 2015

Social Hosting
Grace Barnett, Attorney, Statewide Coalition Coordinator, Texans Standing Tall
June 25, 2015

Impaired Driving and Technology
Dottie McDonald, Judicial Services Liaison, Smart Start, Inc.

May 14, 2015

Alcohol Awareness Courses and DADAP
Judge Rodney Adams, City of Irving

February 12, 2015

Blood Warrants Update
Ryan Turner, General Counsel and Director of Education, TMCEC

January 8, 2015

Blood Warrants and No Refusal Programs
Warren Diepraam, Waller County District Attorney’s Office

September 25, 2014

Alcohol Monitoring Technology
Dottie McDonald, Judicial Services Liaison, Smart Start, Inc.

September 18, 2014

Focus on Reducing Impaired Driving Among Youth
Gary Teeler, Assistant Commander, Texas Parks and Wildlife

September 11, 2014

Bond Conditions in DWI Cases
Matthew King, Tarrant County Criminal Magistrate

September 4, 2014

Driving Under the Influence
Judge Lester Rorick, City of Pasadena

July 10, 2014

Blood Warrants
W. Clay Abbott, DWI Resource Prosecutor, Texas District and County Attorney’s Association

January 24, 2013

Punishment of Minor Alcohol Offenses
Mark Goodner, Program Attorney, TMCEC

June 2, 2010

 

 

For more information contact TMCEC at 800.252.3718
A project of the Texas Municipal Courts Education Center
in cooperation with the Texas Department of Transportation
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