2013 Free Ethics: Echoes of War: the Combat Veteran in Criminal Court

Date: 9/13/2013 
Time: 1:00 PM - 4:15 PM
This program will explore the history of PTSD and its ties to criminal behavior. It will then explore the ways in which America and its criminal justice system can learn lessons from history and avoid mistakes made with past generations of troubled returning war veterans. In many cases, a criminal charge can serve as an opportunity to intervene with a troubled veteran and help them get the help they need to get back on their feet and return to their communities as an asset, rather than a liability. The veterans receive the help they need and, at the same time, public safety is enhanced.

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Mr. Brock Hunter
is an attorney who defends all types of criminal cases up to, and including, murder. Brock has served as President and Legislative Chair of the Minnesota Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and received its Special Achievement Award in 2009. He is also the recipient of the Minnesota State Bar Association’s 2011 Professional Excellence Award, its highest honor. A former Army Recon Scout, Brock is nationally recognized for his work on behalf of troubled veterans in the criminal justice system. He drafted and led passage of Minnesota’s veterans’ sentencing legislation, which has since been cited by the U.S. Supreme Court, and he is the lead editor and co-author of the forthcoming book, The Attorney’s Guide to Defending Veterans in Criminal Court.
Event Cost:
  Member $95.00
  Non-Member $95.00

Credit Hours:
  Ethics 3 hr(s)

Registration Closes:
  September 13, 2016 4:00 PM