Videos + podcasts

Below you will find links to videos and podcasts covering many different issues in the defender community covering topics such as the Sixth Amendment, Bail Reform and the roles our stakeholders play in addressing problems and creating solutions in their communities.
General Public stakeholders and Research, Judges & Court Staff, Judges/Court Staff, Law Enforcement & Corrections, Law Enforcement/Corrections, Learning Module, News, Police, Policymakers & Government Agencies, Prosecution, Prosecutors, Public, Public Defense, The General Public, The Right to a Speedy and Public Trial, The Right to an Impartial Jury, The Right to Compulsory Process, The Right to Confront Witnesses, The Right to Counsel, The Right to Notice of Charges, Toolkit, Trainings and Technical Assistance

Anatomy of the Sixth Amendment Webinar

This is an exciting discussion regarding an interactive justice system planning exercise, the “Anatomy of the Sixth Amendment.” We were
August 6, 2020
General Public stakeholders and Research, Judges & Court Staff, News, Policymakers & Government Agencies, Prosecutors, Public Defense, The General Public, The Right to Counsel, Video

6AC’s David Carroll appears on the OpenMike podcast

July 14, 2020
Judges & Court Staff, Judges/Court Staff, News, Policy Research, Policymakers & Government Agencies, Prosecution, Prosecutors, Public Defense, The Right to an Impartial Jury, The Right to Counsel, Video

New study highlights issues of systemic bias in jury selection

Discrimination is illegal, but peremptory challenges allow the prosecution and defense to dismiss potential jurors without cause. A review of
July 8, 2020
News, Policy Research, Policymakers & Government Agencies, Prosecutors, Public Defense, Racial Justice, The General Public, Video

Understanding Race and Social Dominance: Seeing and Dismantling White Supremacy and Structural Anti-Black Racism

June 18, 2020
Covid-19, General Public stakeholders and Research, Judges & Court Staff, Judges/Court Staff, Learning-Module, News, Policymakers & Government Agencies, Prosecution, Prosecutors, Public, Public Defense, Technology, The General Public, The Right to a Speedy and Public Trial, The Right to Confront Witnesses, The Right to Counsel

Courtroom Technology in the Age of the Coronavirus: Supporting the Criminal Justice System as it Turns Digital

Please join the National Criminal Justice Association, the National District Attorneys Association, the Due Process Institute, and the National Center
May 20, 2020
Bail Reform, Covid-19, General Public stakeholders and Research, Judges & Court Staff, Law Enforcement & Corrections, News, Policymakers & Government Agencies, Prosecutors, Public Defense, The General Public, Video

Justice & Humanity in a Time of Pandemic Webinar

April 27, 2020
Covid-19, General Public stakeholders and Research, Judges & Court Staff, Judges/Court Staff, Law Enforcement & Corrections, Law Enforcement/Corrections, News, Policymakers & Government Agencies, Prosecution, Prosecutors, Public, Public Defense, The General Public, Video

The Definition of Insanity

The Miami-Dade Criminal Mental Health Project (CMHP) comes to life in this documentary, following a team of dedicated public servants
April 14, 2020
Bail Reform, Covid-19, General Public stakeholders and Research, Judges & Court Staff, Judges/Court Staff, Law Enforcement & Corrections, Law Enforcement/Corrections, News, Policymakers & Government Agencies, Prosecutors, Public Defense, The General Public, Video

COVID-19 and Jail Releases Webinar

April 10, 2020
Covid-19, Learning Module, Learning-Module, News, Public Defense, Tool-Kit, Toolkit, Video

Accessing Resources for Public Defenders- BJA Sixth Amendment Initiative Webinar

This webinar will teach public defenders and advocates how to navigate the process of finding, acquiring, and managing federal and
April 3, 2020
Video

Era Laudermilk – Cook County, IL

Achieving the Challenge: Era Laudermilk, Law Office of the Cook County Public Defender
July 9, 2019
Video

Sean McNulty and Ramon Quintana : Los Angeles, CA and Toledo, OH

NLADA, as a Strategic Ally in the MacArthur Safety & Justice Challenge, presents “Safety & Justice Challenge Defenders: Achieving the
June 3, 2019
Video

Danny Engelberg- New Orleans, LA

NLADA, as a Strategic Ally in the MacArthur Safety & Justice Challenge, presents ‘Safety & Justice Challenge Defenders: Achieving the
April 30, 2019
Video

Keir Bradford Grey- Philadelphia, PA

NLADA, as a Strategic Ally in the MacArthur Safety & Justice Challenge, presents ‘Safety & Justice Challenge Defenders: Achieving the
April 15, 2019
Podcast, Police, Stakeholder, Video

Live From SXSW: What Should We Expect From the Police?

It’s 2019, and we still can’t answer a fundamental question: What should our society expect from our police officers and
March 14, 2019
Video

The big problem with how we pick juries

Four years after the shooting death of Laquan McDonald, the police officer, Jason Van Dyke, faced his day in court.
October 12, 2018
News, Prosecutors, Public Defense, The Right to, The Right to Counsel

Real Talk: Prosecutors and the Right to Counsel

This webinar is hosted by the Right To Counsel National Campaign and includes the following speakers: Genevieve Citrin Ray, Senior
September 18, 2018
Video

The Confrontation Clause: Crawford v. Washington

Video about the Crawford v. Washington case to explain history and importance of the confrontation clause. The Sixth Amendment’s confrontation
September 13, 2018
Judges & Court Staff, Prosecutors, Public Defense, The General Public, The Right to a Speedy and Public Trial, The Right to an Impartial Jury, Video

A Conversation on the Constitution with Justices Stephen Breyer, Anthony Kennedy and Sandra Day O’Connor

Justices Sandra Day O’Connor, Stephen G. Breyer and Anthony M. Kennedy and high school students discuss the Sixth Amendment right
September 13, 2018
Video

Miranda v. Arizona

A deep dive into Miranda v. Arizona, a Supreme Court case decided in 1966. This case established the “Miranda rule,” which requires
May 1, 2018
Video

Right to Counsel Third Annual Meeting Highlights

March 16, 2018
Video

Procedural Justice Bench Card

A resource for trial judges outlining the tenets of procedural justice, how to implement them, and how they improve acceptance
March 15, 2018
Video

Right to Counsel National Consortium Second Annual Meeting – Highlights

June 23, 2017
Video

Injustice—The Failure of Louisiana’s Public Defense System

Louisiana has the nation’s highest incarceration rate and the second highest wrongful conviction rate, and the crippled public defender system
February 6, 2017
Video

Highlights from the 2015 Right to Counsel National Consortium Inaugural Meeting

Highlights from the 2015 Right to Counsel National Consortium Inaugural Meeting held on November 10th, 2015 at the Department of
September 13, 2016
Video

A prosecutor’s vision for a better justice system

When a kid commits a crime, the US justice system has a choice: prosecute to the full extent of the
February 1, 2016
Judges & Court Staff, Judges/Court Staff, News, Prosecution, Prosecutors, Public Defense, The General Public, The Right to Counsel, Video

NACDL Presents: The Right To Counsel

NACDL’s presentation on the importance of the 6th Amendment and the Right to Counsel.
November 10, 2015
Judges & Court Staff, Policymakers & Government Agencies, Prosecutors, Public Defense, The Right to Counsel, Video

Public Defenders: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

The Miranda warning includes the right to a public defender. It doesn’t include the fact that public defenders are highly
September 13, 2015
Video

Episode Fifty-Seven – The Right to Counsel

Episode Fifty-Seven – The Right to Counsel: A Conversation with Utah Judge Michael W. Kwan (17:45) 2018
August 27, 2014
Video

Court Shorts: Right to Counsel

How does the Sixth Amendment’s right to counsel have an impact on law-abiding citizens? Judges and attorneys answer this and
August 6, 2014
Video

Constitutional Conversation: 6th Amendment – Speedy Trial and Public Trial, Impartial Jury

Listen to scholars at James Madison’s Montpelier discuss: – How did the Founding Fathers define a speedy trial and why
March 14, 2013
Video

Trial by Jury: What’s the Big Deal

Civics Video – Trial By Jury: What’s the Big Deal? This animated video is presented by the State Bar of
April 16, 2012

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