National Judicial College Fourth Amendment: Comprehensive Search & Seizure course to be held in Santa Fe at the Inn & Spa at Loretto from June 19-22, 2017
The National Judicial College (NJC) is bringing its Fourth Amendment: Comprehensive Search & Seizure course to New Mexico. The 4-day course will be held June 19 -22, 2017 in Santa Fe at the Inn & Spa at Loretto. Here is the NJC's short description of their 4th Amendment course:
When is a search or seizure justified? When does a seizure occur? Who has standing to challenge? When is a warrant needed? If the amendment is violated, does the exclusionary rule apply? Along with computers and digital evidence, the course examines consent searches, warrant execution issues, and searches without warrants including exigent circumstances, community caretaking, inventory searches, automobile searches, frisks, and searches incident to arrest.
Program details and learning objectives can be reviewed on the NJC's website:
Limited funding is available from the New Mexico Judicial Education Center (JEC) for NM Judges to attend NJC courses. If you are interested in attending NJC's June 2017 4th Amendment course in Santa Fe course, please contact Cynthia Hensley at the New Mexico Judicial Education Center at 505-277-2097 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org before you register for the course with the NJC. Cynthia can assist you with the funding options available from JEC, NJC and other funding sources.