Incredibly Credible: Preparing Your Client to Testify - Recording (.MP3)
AILA’s panel of removal experts will advise on best practices for preparing clients to testify during removal proceedings. Panelists will discuss how to get clients ready for direct and cross examination, how to approach any inconsistencies in previous testimony or documents prepared by the government, and how to zealously represent clients dealing with cognitive or memory issues. This is a must-listen for anyone who regularly practices in immigration court!
- Tips and Techniques for Thoroughly Preparing Clients for Direct and Cross Examination
- How to Handle Inconsistent Records from the Time of Entry, Including the Form I-213 and Credible Fear Interview Process
- Matter of M–A–M– Hearings and Other Strategies for Effective Representation of Respondents with Cognitive and Memory Issues
- How to Rehabilitate Your Client After DHS Has Impeached Them on the Stand
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The OnDemand Recording format does not qualify for CLE credit in the following jurisdictions: AR, MO, PR, and TN.
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