DWI Summit - Online

June 4, 2020

Webinar

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To limit the spread of COVID-19, this training has been moved online. The webinars will be offered on the original dates of June 4 and June 25. You may select either one, the training will be identical.

For more information contact Allyssa Lee​ or Adrienne Bethke at (800) 456-5974.​​​

Sponsored By

Sponsored by the Texas Judicial Academy, a partnership between the Texas Association of Counties and the Texas Tech University School of Law, and the Texas Center for the Judiciary.

Overview

Due to COVID-19, this training has been moved online. The webinars will be offered on the original dates of June 4 and June 25. You may select either one, the training will be identical. The confirmation link to attend the training will come from Michele Mund from the Texas Association of Counties. The DWI Summit is a continuing judicial education program designed especially for Texas judges by the Texas Association of Counties and the Texas Center for the Judiciary. This program is generously funded by a grant from the Texas Department of Transportation. For their attendance, participants may earn 2 hours of continuing judicial education. The agenda includes sentencing alternatives, pre-trial issues and occupational driver’s licenses.

Reimbursement

This program is funded by a Texas Department of Transportation Grant. Attendees 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

County Judges
County Court at Law Judges
District Judges

Registration

There is no registration fee.

Thursday, June 4
2-4 p.m. Sentencing Alternatives, Pre-Trial Issues and Occupational Driver's Licenses

*Agenda is subject to change

The DWI Summit provides two hours of judicial education credit for judges.

Continuing Education Type Hours
Judges 2

Please email Adrienne Bethke or fax (512) 477-1324 to cancel your conference registration.

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