A 3-Episode Video CLE Series like you’ve never seen!
He said she fell. The state said it was murder. It became The Staircase.
On December 9, 2001, Michael Peterson, veteran and author, living in North Carolina with his wife Kathleen, called emergency responders to assist with his wife whom he found at the bottom of the stairs in their home. What would ensue would be played out across the national and international media – secret lives, million dollar insurance policies, and one of the longest trials in North Carolina history.
Oscar-winning filmmaker Jean-Xavier de L’Estrade chronicled the prosecution of Michael Peterson as it was unfolding . The filmmakers gained unprecedented access to Peterson, his legal team, his family, and the state as they investigated and tried the case. The result is the first and best true crime documentary series, “The Staircase” (currently streaming on Netflix).
Using clips from the film, including never-before-seen footage, lead counsel David Rudolf appears in this illuminating 3-hour series with an all-star panel of guests to tackle some of the most important and areas of the law that any criminal practitioner will encounter, including cross-exam of experts, junk science, other acts evidence and ethics.
DATE: Available now, for a limited time
DURATION: Approx. 3 hours
CLE: This training may be eligible for self-study CLE credit, where authorized. The program is currently eligible for credit in the following states: Alabama (3.0), Alaska (3.0), Arizona (3.0), California (3.0), Colorado (pending), Connecticut (3.0), Georgia (3.0), Mississippi (3.0), Missouri (3.0), New Hampshire (3.0), New Jersey (pending), New Mexico (3.0), New York (3.5), North Carolina (pending), North Dakota (3.0), Oklahoma (pending), South Carolina (pending), Vermont (3.0), Virgin Islands (3.5), West Virginia (pending).
IMPORTANT NOTE: The Webinar link will be sent to you in a confirmation email after purchase. Registrants will have 7 days to watch