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Inese Neiders has a B.S. in psychology and a Ph.D. in sociology from The Ohio State University, and a J.D. from Case Western Reserve University School of Law. Ms. Neiders has successfully assisted counsel throughout the country in selecting juries. Criminal defense cases have involved arson, child sexual abuse, drug conspiracy, police brutality, murder, and over 50 death penalty cases. Her civil cases include product liability, employment, contracts, medical malpractice, personal injury, and environmental law. Ms. Neiders teaches seminars on jury selection. She has taught jury selection to criminal defense lawyers in Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Montana, Nebraska, Ohio, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington and Washington, D.C. Her articles on jury selection have been published in over 20 states and include such articles as: “How to Use Court Time More Effectively”, “The Elite Shadow Jury”, “Practical Jury Selection Tools: Arm Yourself for Jury Selection”, “Questions for Mock Jurors”, and “A Medley of Methods".

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    On December 28, 2016, NAPD published its Open Letter to Orleans Parish District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro for his prosecution of Orleans Public Defender investigator Taryn Blume. A bedrock principle of our criminal justice system is that every citizen accused by the government of a crime starts with the benefit of the doubt – with a presumption that they are in fact innocent.  That right becomes meaningless if we do not uphold the equally important right of every citizen-accused defense team who fights for her cause; who digs for evidence of her innocence; who exposes the government when it hides that evidence.  The legitimacy of our criminal justice system depends upon defense lawyers and defense investigators doing their jobs, and doing them well, without fear of reprisal from a prosecutor acting more like a bully than the champion of truth and justice he is supposed to be.

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    Last Chance to Register! The NAPD Executive Leadership Institute (ELI-2017) is almost full will will be held from 3:00 pm on April 2 through 11:45 am on April 5, 2017 at the Department of Public Advocacy training facility in Frankfort, KY. You can see more information and registration details HERE