Last presented at the D.C. Federal Public Defenders office in Washington, D.C., on May 5, 2010.
This 2-3 hour seminar is designed to aid public defenders, CJA panel attorneys, and criminal defense lawyers in understanding the operation of P2P networks and clients, and the techniques used by law enforcement to investigate the sharing and downloading of contraband across the Internet. This seminar also explains basic computer forensics terminology and techniques — critical information for assessing and effectively defending the rising number of computer-based crimes.
Click on the image to the right to download a PDF copy of the handouts of the presentation.
To schedule this seminar for attorneys in your district or bar association, please call 802-318-4604 or email me using my contact form.
Comments from Previous Attendees
“I thought your presentation was fascinating and extremely easy to follow. I work for AJ [Kramer, the Federal Public Defender for the District of D.C.] and have had many cases involving child pornography and the use of LimeWire. I found your presentation extremely informative and I now understand so much better how LimeWire works.”
— Dani Jahn, Assistant Federal Public Defender, Washington, D.C. [May 2010]