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Evan Lee, Elizabeth C. Wiggins
December 7, 2020

Criminal Law, Native American Law. Experts discuss a criminal law jurisdictional ruling impacting nearly half of Oklahoma land and with implications across a broad array of laws and regulations. Also discussed is how Kansas v. Glover’s narrow holding prompts questions about future interpretations of reasonable suspicion traffic stops if applied to the many possible differing factual scenarios.

Loretta Rush
December 3, 2020

Chief Justice Loretta Rush (Indiana Supreme Court) shares her experience as a chair of the National Judicial Opioid Task Force, presenting the findings of the task force as well as new resources and a call for enhanced cooperation between federal and state courts in addressing the opioid crisis. 

Ricardo S. Martinez
December 3, 2020

In this module, Chief Judge Ricardo Martinez (W.D.Wash.) relates lessons from his extensive experience running drug court programs in both state and federal courts.

Robert L. DuPont, Jason A. Cantone
December 3, 2020

Dr. Robert DuPont, an expert in drug-abuse prevention and treatment for fifty years, served as the first director of the National Institute for Drug Abuse (NIDA) and as the second White House Drug Chief under Presidents Nixon and Ford. Dr.

Louis F. Ortenzio Jr., Hanna Umanskiy Ortiz
December 3, 2020

Lou Ortenzio, a former physician who lost his career and his marriage in his struggle with opioids, shares his experience assisting others who seek to recover from substance use disorder in his home town of Clarksburg, West Virginia.

Joseph LaFratta, Mary Page Kelley, Jason A. Cantone
December 3, 2020

Chief Magistrate Judge M. Page Kelley (D. Mass.) and Deputy Chief Probation Officer Joseph LaFratta (D. Mass.) discuss the structure, commitment required, and lessons learned from their court’s experience with a successful drug treatment court program. 


Irene M. Keeley
December 3, 2020

In concluding remarks, Judge Irene Keeley (N.D.W.Va.) reinforces the goals of this program: imparting new ideas to bring back to your courts, coupled with an understanding of both the science and the practical aspects of opioid addiction, enabling you to better address opioid use disorder defenda

Christopher Jones, Hanna Umanskiy Ortiz
December 3, 2020

Dr. Christopher Jones, U.S. Public Health Service and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), reviews current options (to include methadone, buprenorphine and naltrexone) in Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) for those with an opioid use disorder.

Kelly Dunn, Jason A. Cantone
December 3, 2020

Dr. Kelly Dunn, from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, explains how psychologists treat individuals with opioid use disorder and chronic pain, which includes techniques such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).


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