CSAM prosecutions involving high-profile defendants are becoming more common. Prosecutors and investigators will learn about the unique issues in these cases such as media concerns, charging decisions, ethical obligations, notification requirements, and the importance of bringing in additional agencies to suspend or revoke a suspect's medical license, teaching credentials, or license to practice law. Various case studies will be included.
Recognize ethical issues that are unique to high-profile CSAM investigations and prosecutions.
Recognize legal issues that are unique to high-profile CSAM investigations and prosecutions.
Identify non-technical forms of admissible evidence to corroborate and improve your case.
Develop strategies for communicating with additional agencies involved in the investigation and prosecution of high-profile CSAM cases.
Understand and evaluate critical factors when deciding whether to display CSAM to judges and/or juries.