With top professionals to impart their knowledge and expertise, our courses are essential for any aspiring professional seeking to further grow in their careers.
Overview

Every maneuver by a defence counsel is cleverly designed to raise reasonable doubt in the evidence and processes presented by the prosecution.  Aggressive methods used to undermine your credibility can also be expected.  Good defence counsels can “think on their feet” and burst out in rapid fire.   When you see these techniques coming, you can brace yourself for a difficult time on the witness stand.

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Overview

Some of the issues that may arise for a hearing include how to convene the hearing, who should be present, and at what part of the hearing, how may proof be presented, how may testimony be recorded, how to maintain order and decorum, how to deal with parties not represented by lawyers, whether the hearing should be adversarial or inquisitorial and what merits there are to either, how to deliver the decision in a fair and unobjectionable manner.

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Overview

This highly experiential one-day workshop will equip a range of persons from prosecutors working in the police and government departments to those tasked with running disciplinary and other administrative or tribunal hearings with effective trial techniques.

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Overview

With overwhelming evidence supporting the suspect involvement and all your diplomatic attempts at getting a confession comes to nothing, what do you do?  Conduct an interrogation.  The goal of an interrogation is to get the suspect to confess.  A master interrogator uses psychological tools to get inside the mind of a suspect.

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Overview

It is imperative that all evidence are gathered legally and be admissible in the criminal or civil proceeding as they must withstand the rigourous tests in the court of law.  Even with a confession in court, improperly obtained evidence can derail even a seemingly airtight case.  A recent example is a case in point when the High Court of Singapore acquitted a man of drug consumption after finding his urine test were not conducted in accordance to the law despite a confession in the lower court.

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Overview

Investigators, professionals and expert witnesses are often inadequately prepared for the rigors of the courtroom.  Compounding this problem is the unavailability of such training.   Not many investigators have adequate experience to coach their subordinates with confidence, let alone conducting a training for others.

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Overview

Whether interviewers can reach their goal depends in large part on the personal attributes they bring to the interview process.  But neither the ordinary experiences of growing up and living among people, nor a formal and extensive school education is of much value in learning how to obtain information from reluctant individuals.

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Overview

A well-written investigation report reads like a storybook.  It discusses the nature of the allegations, explains the applicable standards, and gathers the relevant facts to guide the reader to same conclusion the investigators have arrived at.

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