July 24-25, 2017 - Cedar Creek, Texas
TMCEC, in partnership with the Texas Association of Counties, Texas Center for the Judiciary, and Texas Justice Court Training Center, proudly present an Impaired Driving Symposium for judges, focusing on the anatomy of an Impaired Driving case from arrest to disposition, with funding from the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals and the Texas Department of Transportation.
This symposium is only for judges and will count for eight hours of judicial education credit as well as CLE credit. It features the following topics: Blood Search Warrants, Electronic Search Warrants, Probable Cause, Bond Conditions, Drugged Driving, Compliance Issues, Case Studies, and Driving Under the Influence.
This joint program brings together judges of all levels to discuss impaired driving issues. Most importantly, this conference provides an opportunity to discuss these issues with fellow judges in order to better understand roles and responsibilities when dealing with an impaired driving case.
This is the last opportunity to earn eight hours of continuous “live” judicial education credit from TMCEC for Fiscal Year 2017! The symposium will be held at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort in Cedar Creek, TX from July 24-25, 2017.
Please view and print the registration form. Registration is $50. There is no second seminar fee for attending this symposium. Space is limited so register early. Check back for the brochure, which will be available soon.