DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Austin
6505 Interstate Highway-35 North
Austin, TX 78752
Sponsored by the Texas Association of Counties, Texas Center for the Judiciary, Texas Justice Court Training Center and Texas Municipal Courts Education Center.
The Impaired Driving Symposium is a continuing judicial education program designed especially for Texas judges by the Texas Association of Counties, Texas Center for the Judiciary, Texas Justice Court Training Center and Texas Municipal Courts Education Center. This program is generously funded by a grant from the Texas Department of Transportation. For their attendance, participants will earn 8 hours of continuing judicial education. The agenda includes topics such as emerging trends in drugs and alcohol, bond conditions in drug impaired driving, drug recognition experts, and more. County Judges will be reimbursed through the Texas Association of Counties in accordance with grant guidelines.
This program is funded by a Texas Department of Transportation Grant. Judges will be reimbursed for attendance in accordance with the grant guidelines. For more information please call Michele Mund at (800) 456-5974.
Who Should Attend
Appellate, District Court, Statutory County Court, Probate Court Judges
Justices of the Peace
|Thursday, July 25
*Agenda is subject to change
|Thursday, July 25
||Welcome and Introductions/Lunch & Learn — Trends in Impaired Driving
Hon. Laura Weiser, Judicial Resource Liaison, Texas Center for the Judiciary
Mr. Jason Hassay, Senior Legislative Counsel, Texas Association of Counties
Hon. Becky Lange, Llano County Attorney
||DWI Bond Condition Program
Ms. Rebecca Glisan, Staff Attorney, Texas Justice Court Training Center
||Traffic Stops and Arrests
Hon. Greg Holly, Ward County Judge
|Friday, July 26
Ms. Amber Trueblood, Assistant Research Scientist, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
||What Would You Do?
Mr. Randy Sarosdy, General Counsel, Texas Justice Court Training Center
||Impaired Driving and Social Media
Mr. Jared D. Olson, Traffic Safety Resource Prosecutor, Idaho Prosecuting Attorneys Association
Mr. Jim Camp, President, Dynamic Messages LLC
The Impaired Driving Symposium provides 8 hours of judicial education credit for constitutional county judges. Application is pending with the State Bar of Texas to determine MCLE credit for Attorneys.
Please email Adrienne Bethke or send fax to (512) 477-1324 to cancel your conference registration.